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Should I or Shouldn't I?
Lens: D FA 100mm Macro WR Camera: K-70 ISO: 400 Shutter Speed: 1/500s Aperture: F5.6 
Posted By: DW58, 3 Days Ago

Crab spider wondering if risk is equal to reward.

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Not with 7 legs only. Hahaha!
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Careful what you wish for little fella. Nice shot.
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I think the potential meal at hand is too big for it to handle. Nice shot.

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Great capture Dave! Nice and sharp.
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I'm sure bees are delicious and totally worth the risk.
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Great find and capture! Flower crab spiders often take on prey much larger than themselves but this one is already missing a leg so might be a bit wary.
Thanks for sharing.
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Well, hello honey!

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Not with 7 legs only. Hahaha!
I didn't even notice that.
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Careful what you wish for little fella. Nice shot.
Thanks.
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I think the potential meal at hand is too big for it to handle. Nice shot.
Thanks for commenting.
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Great capture Dave! Nice and sharp.
I appreciate the comment Todd.
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I'm sure bees are delicious and totally worth the risk.
Thanks for the comment.
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Great find and capture! Flower crab spiders often take on prey much larger than themselves but this one is already missing a leg so might be a bit wary.
Thanks for sharing.
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Yep. Seems they'll munch on just about any insect they want to. Posted this one awhile back.
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