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|Hi folks , today I have a second photo of this type of spider , I have been digging since my last upload and am tentatively calling this a wolf spider. there are so many types of spiders that I have not found an exact match yet , I will know if I am to see one carrying an egg sack , this is apparently a characteristic of wolf spiders. the eye configuration seems to be that of the hogna genus which is the largest of the wolf spiders.|
problem that I had in the first place trying to find any ID was I was looking for insects instead of arthropods , now I know that I will be finding better ID for these fascinating bugs...
still using my macro lens I found that I could not stop down as far as I would have liked to because the lighting was not that great , next time I will try adjusting exposure compensation to see if I can get a bit more field.
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he is very well camouflaged, good cropping to show the whole spider, I don't have a good macro lens so I can't get close to anything, the only thing I don't like is the fuzzy looking object on the right side of the photo, I do like how you placed signature on it to cover it up a little bit
- [2008-04-14 15:01]
Hi Art,not easy to take so perfectly in a ground whit the same colours,great eye and great sharpenss and colours,my best compliments,Luciano
Beautiful marco shot on this Spider!
very sharp with fine details and natural colour of it
perfect exposure and focus
very well done