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AndrésHernández, Phidippus audax is a North American species. Please do not make suggestions without considering the location of the spotting. Please kindly take into account comments by rangers and other members on the Project Noah community.
...well, thanks for that Sumuk...keep shootin' bro...cheers...!!!!
you have a very good collection of spiders.. I am amazed with your pics..:-)
..6-8mm ni bai...
unsa kadak-on ning mananapa bai?
oh..thank u so much VivBraznell...
no, that wasn't me ChunXingWong..that catch light was just a reflection of a diffuser that am using that time...
I think I can see you in the reflection of the spider's eye.
lamat bai aldrin..ako pngandoy sunod kana mas tin-aw pas mineral water...hehehe...
thank u Karen..:-)
epiktibo pa sa Roch herbal capsule... hehe
thank u Liz...:-)
hahaha...epiktibo diay na bai Adrin?bitaw salamat sa paghago ug hapit ha...hehehe...lamat bai...kampay!!!
thanks for the compliment carol...appreciate it a lot...
many thanks julio...:-)
Great marco, love the picture.
ipiktibo! payts kau.... perting klaroha jud...
Glad you entered this super cool spider for the best Wildlife photo. I already showed off your work with my facebook friends. They were amazed and many of my good friends think you are a terrific photographer. :)
CarolSnowMilne i agree with your Philosophy ' the subject matter and the Photographer '.Great shot Mhyke !
Carol...maybe i can only consider this as a keeper's shot (of course i love my own)...hehehe...coz it took me around 15-30 minutes of chasing before i got this shot...but am not sure the exact ID of this jumpie...so guys please help me find out some info...thanks in advance...keep shooting...MABUHAY!!!!
Lat: 1.42, Long: 103.84
Spotted on Nov 23, 2011 Submitted on Nov 23, 2011
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