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Please, check and update, thanks.
...tricky but I like it :)
You're welcome Bayucca :DMark very easy my name is Manuel Valdueza take the first letters for Manval...after in one discussion in one moth i think Danielle my classificate with maniac of moths together with Bayucca and others...and I change my nickname for Maniacval (lol) :D :DRegards
..but what about your name Manval (ha ha!)
HA!! Thanks a lot for the confirmation!!
Hi guysIt's Synema globosum ;).Greets
Hmm, all of a sudden, I am no more convinced that it is really a Thomisidae. Still my favorite, but the markings look different, the pose is not really Salticidae, but the markings are. Very confusing, at least for me. Can we exclude or rule out Synema globosum?? Maybe some other folks can help...
14 are actually not too many, it could be much worser ;-)
It looks like a Thomisidae. I have to choose only among the 14, species existing on Crete. That makes my life easier. Thank you!
Looks for me like a Thomisidae, Crab Spider.
Spotted on Aug 15, 2012 Submitted on Oct 7, 2014
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