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Ant mimic Crab Spider with weaver ant prey

Amyciaea forticeps


Ant mimic crab spider with its preferred prey of weaver ant. If we look carefully, we can see why it is called as the ant mimic spider, there are 2 black dots on the back of the spider which look like the eyes of the ant.


Seen at a small forest near a river.

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Wild Things
Wild Things 5 years ago


When you look at it far away it looks like a two headed ant

Wild Things
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Wild Things

Maharashtra, India

Spotted on Oct 11, 2015
Submitted on Feb 25, 2016

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