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Wow ...look at those eyes !! Great capture
Sorry for the late identification.This spider may be a Epeus flavobilineatushttp://habitatnews.nus.edu.sg/guidebooks...Lyssomanes viridis is restricted to southeastern USA.
What a face to love!
this realy cool
Great capture! Love the wiggly eyes!
Superb macro capture :)
Great macro shot.
Beautiful picture; the spider´s details are amazing.
Incredible beautiful macro
Some good info here on Jumping spider's eyes...http://tolweb.org/accessory/Jumping_Spid...
They have 8 eyes!
amazing spotting!!!how many eyes does it have?!!?! =)
Whoa.... Great spotting...Great Macro...!!
Amazing picture. Looks like the spider would wear sunglasses.
Incredible macro, and congrats!
Wow! This is great! Thanks a lot! It's an honor! :)
Awesome shot! This is such an amazing spider! Its too bad you cant see their pupils. In jumping spiders, Ive seen macro shots where you can tell that the spider is actually looking at you.
Congratulations, great macro!
Lat: 1.28, Long: 103.80
Spotted on Jan 17, 2012 Submitted on Jan 22, 2012
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