Spider alert! if you do not like spiders do not views this….You have been warned

Discussion in 'Misc. Photos' started by Thunder_o_b, Dec 25, 2012.

  1. Thunder_o_bFishlore VIPMember

    Most of these were shot with the MP-E65. all are flash, some with the 580EXII, others with the twin head MT24. All were handheld.

    I hope you enjoy these.

    1. A small jumping spider. aprox 3/32" in size.

    2. a small jumper.

    3. A crab spider waiting in ambush.

    4. This one was around 1/4"

    5. Close up of a wolf.

    6. An orb weaver.

    7. And to finish, a web with dewdrops.
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  2. CichlidnutFishlore VIPMember

    Aww, they're so cuddly!

  3. Thunder_o_bFishlore VIPMember

    Yeah, they are kinda cute :rolleyes:

  4. soltarianknightFishlore VIPMember

    Did i mention that your my favorite new member? No? You are. Yup. If the photography skills didn't do it, the spiders did. Amazing pictures.

  5. featherblueWell Known MemberMember

    I'm very anti spider, but your pics almost made them cute
  6. Quinn_Lamb98Well Known MemberMember

    soltariannight- what do you consider as new member... cause i am pritty dang awesome.
  7. cichlidmacWell Known MemberMember

    That close up on the wolf spider is amazing, well done.
  8. Thunder_o_bFishlore VIPMember

    Awwww shucks *blush* Thank you :)

    Spiders are a favorite subject of mine…Except when they wake me up in the middle of the night by walking across my leg…They end up outside…We have a spider friendly environment at our lodge.

    Thank you featherblue :)

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  9. soltarianknightFishlore VIPMember

    We have Huntsmen Spiders around here, NOT A FAN. Viscous little buggers. However, all the others are pretty cool, Orchard Orbweaver are amazing if you havn't seen them before.
  10. Tigress HillWell Known MemberMember

    My thoughts exactly:D
  11. AvaValued MemberMember

    I'll second that! My older bro and I used to go out and catch spiders all the time. Good times. :)

    Personally, I like banana spiders.
  12. Thunder_o_bFishlore VIPMember

    Thank you cichlidmac :)

    Thank you soltarianknight :)

    I am not familiar with the huntsman.


    Is this a banana spider?
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  13. AvaValued MemberMember

    How big is it and where'd you find it? It looks kinda close, but not quite.

    Oh, and I have to say that "banana spider" probably isn't the technical term for it. It's just what we called them. We used to find them all the time at my grandparent's house. They were bigger than the average spiders we used to catch and they weren't hard to find. We always found their webs stretched between tall weeds down by the pond...at right about eye level. They're BRIGHT yellow all over with large black bands across they're body and legs. Very fun to play with.;D Your guy doesn't look very yellow, but it does have the darker bands. Maybe he's a long lost cousin. :giggle:
  14. Thunder_o_bFishlore VIPMember

    Found it down near a pond in a 2' web. it was 1 1/2"nose to butt in size. I believe they are call corn spiders around here. The proper name in the book is yellow garden spider Argiope aurantia
  15. soltarianknightFishlore VIPMember

    Banana spider is a loose term that refers to a group of Yellow Orb Weavers. You are probably thinking of the Golden orb weaver. They are HUGE with webs over 10 feet in diameter.

    The largest species of Wolf spider, very aggressive. Super fast.
  16. Thunder_o_bFishlore VIPMember

    Oh yeah, that is a big spider!
  17. Mrs.PriceValued MemberMember

    AWWWW!!! Those jumping spiders are adorable :3
  18. Thunder_o_bFishlore VIPMember

    They are my favorite of all the spiders. They are a challenge to shoot because of their small size, and they have the habit of jumping on the lens.
  19. Mrs.PriceValued MemberMember

    I love them too, always have :)
  20. pirahnah3Fishlore VIPMember

    great pics!

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