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Angelopsis Spp.

Description:

Possibly an Angelopsis Spp. Found in a bushy area, by the sea.I taunted this spider out of its weby nest, by gently vibrating its web, mimicing a trapped insect.She/He came out to inspect and then i got the shot! The size was quite large, something like 2-3cm.

Habitat:

Close to the sea, its web was build on a bush.Found in June.



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2 Comments

Theo.Kondak
Theo.Kondak 4 years ago

Thanks!I am not sure at all.My experience in biology-entomology etc is very small, but my passion to photograph these creatures is big hehe!

KimberlyDuran
KimberlyDuran 4 years ago

Beautiful shot, thank you for sharing! I'd be willing to gamble on it being male (bulbous pedipalps), but I'm afraid I have no idea what species it could be.

Νεάπολη, Περιφέρεια Κεντρικής Μακεδονίας, Greece

Lat: 40.65, Long: 22.95

Spotted on Jul 12, 2014
Submitted on Jul 12, 2014

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