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5 Comments

Kate & Chris
Kate & Chris 9 years ago

I agree Cynthia, very cool shot and good idea to be able to tag more than one aspect of the pic.

peter
peter 9 years ago

That's a really interesting potential feature, Cynthia. We'll definitely consider it in the near future.

CynthiaMHori
CynthiaMHori 9 years ago

wish they had it set up on the site where all three orgs could be listed. You have an great shot of three! which do you want help with in terms of the ID?

alicelongmartin
alicelongmartin 9 years ago

I think you are right that it is a spider catching more likely a butterfly. I watched an anole make a fantastic jump at a butterfly on a rose. Butterfly predators are not always well known.

Kate & Chris
Kate & Chris 9 years ago

I can't exactly tell what I'm looking at; is that a spider catching a moth?

ShawnConnolly
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ShawnConnolly

Arizona, USA

Spotted on Feb 21, 2011
Submitted on Feb 21, 2011

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