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bold jumping spider

Phidippus sp.


bold jumping spider feeding on another spider. On the side of a residence

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Alabama 9 years ago

Great shot, love jumpers!

LuckyLogan 9 years ago

Definitely a nice set up you have! Looking forward to seeing more of what you can do.

C. Hedstrom
C. Hedstrom 9 years ago

The shot and video were taken with natural light in the shade of a house, but on a tripod. I was happy with the quality it relatively low light. The weevil picture that you had commented on earlier was taken with the same camera setup, but handheld in midday diffused sunlight.

C. Hedstrom
C. Hedstrom 9 years ago

I shot this with a Panasonic GX7 with the Olympus Zuiko 60mm Macro. I'm really happy with it. I was using a Nikon D5100 with the Nikon 40mm macro and I liked it, but the portability and video quality of the GX7 makes me (want to) take it everywhere.

LuckyLogan 9 years ago

Stunning video and picture! If you don't mind me asking, what set up are you using?

C. Hedstrom
Spotted by
C. Hedstrom

Corvallis, Oregon, USA

Spotted on May 1, 2014
Submitted on May 5, 2014

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