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This darling was about 7 mm long with beautiful blue colouring.
Thanks Jacob. He was a great subject :)
Perfect shot, Leanne!
Thank you very much Lorelei, Maria & Larry :) Sorry for my belated thanks, my internet has been out, thank you though!
Yes, belated congrats on your SOTD! you deserve it!!!
Belated congratulations, Leanne!
Congratulations Leanne! Such a beautiful series of a beautiful spider!
Thank you very much Argy :) I'm thrilled mate.
Well deserved Leanne! Congrats.
Thank you for all your lovely comments :) Willie, consider it done! Thank you.
Fantastic series Leanne!Congratulations well deserved :)
A really cool spot! \Congratulations Leanne!
Congrats on your spotting of the day award Leanne, I like the second and third photos best, any thoughts on moving the second one to be the first to be viewed?
U did it! Congratulations! What a great spider. You know blue is my favorite color and what a great series. Wonderful!
amazing! congrats Leanne! well deserved!!
Congratulations Leanne, a well deserved SOTD. Great pics.
Thank you very much Yasser & thank you everyone. I'm really really honoured to have SOTD on Project Noah. Thank you so much!
Congrats LeanneGardner..:-) Fantastic series..!
congrats n lovely series!
Yay! Congratulations Leanne! I love this spider. Definitely a well deserved SOTD!
Fabulous series!! Congratulations Leanne!
wow,, Congratulations !!
Congratulations Leanne! This spectacular jumper has earned you your very first Spotting of the Day! Thanks for showing us the incredible beauty and diversity of Australian wildlife and we hope to see many more spottings from you. "A spectacularly-coloured jumping spider with iridescent, metallic-looking, turqoise-green coloured bands across the carapace, a white stripe along the front edge and sides of the abdomen, a central white stripe running lengthways down the abdomen and white and turquoise bands on the legs."Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/projectnoah/post...Twitter: http://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/22...
Lat: -21.42, Long: 149.22
Spotted on Feb 29, 2012 Submitted on Feb 29, 2012
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