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Wombat,your allways welcome se you soon :)
Hi António!Thank you for the kind words!I've been away for a while but I'll be back with more new spottings really soon. I've just been really busy, but Noah is a passion and I would never leave! =)I've always loved nature and photography so it is only natural that nature would be my main photography subject. Specially macros. I love to get really close to the little critters and capture all the details! =)Thank you Antonio!See you all soon!
Wombat my friend :) your first spotting,awesome spotting page,beautiful spottings a paradise to the eyes,i came here to your first to thanks you for your allways great support in our mission and for beeing a inspiration since i began on Noah,thanks for sharing,congratulations
Olá Dangermouse! Sim, acho que tens razão. ObrigadoStephanie I think you are right.Thank you both =)
I agree with Dangermouse that it is a crab spider (family: Thomisidae). From the pattern on the dorsum of the abdomen, the dark brown carapace and front legs, I would suggest Synaema globosum.
Olá! Um 'spotter' da minha área! É uma boa foto, possivelmente um 'misumena vatia' ou algo similar. :)
Hello!I was trying to get it, but the spider would always move when I came closer to take the picture until finally it moved to a place where I couldn't see it anymore. It was the first and the last time I saw a spider like that =(
Wish I could have seen the entire patterns on the back. Interesting.
Spotted on Jun 4, 2008 Submitted on Sep 10, 2011
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