Garden Beast VI by Ken Boxsell

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Female Crab Spider Diaea evanida

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Comments

  • salsbells69
    salsbells69over 6 years ago

    Jesus Ken..it glows~! Wicked Macro~!!

  • Thanks so much Sals.

    – Ken Boxsell

  • Tracey McKenzie
    Tracey McKenzieover 6 years ago

    simply amazing detail… wonderful

  • Thanks heaps Snapin

    – Ken Boxsell

  • digitalmidge
    digitalmidgeover 6 years ago

    Oh my gosh Ken, this is weird, cool, and almost ‘alien’ looking…wow love it.. ;-) (I love all your BUGZ)

  • Thank you so much Zoe

    – Ken Boxsell

  • Krys Bailey
    Krys Baileyover 6 years ago

    Where the heck do you find these marvellous monsters, Ken!? Another perfect macro!

  • Thank you so much Krys. They all come from my garden and yard. They come and go but I am always on the lookout for them

    – Ken Boxsell

  • Marion  Cullen
    Marion Cullenover 6 years ago

    Great work Ken, how did you get him to pose so well? Glad to see someone else has this fascination with small things that creep and crawl.

  • Thank you for such a lovely comment Lumineux. The little buggers never want to pose, so I guess its just a matter of timing (long long timing)lol. This little guy is actually trying to launch himself at my hand.

    – Ken Boxsell

  • jesika
    jesikaover 6 years ago

    A very beautiful image, a light little spider posing acrobatically against the black B/G. Super!

  • Thank you so much jesika

    – Ken Boxsell

  • eXposure
    eXposureover 6 years ago

    wow you sure do these macro’s justice Ken …
    beautiful work

  • Thanks heaps eXposure. Your support is always greatly appreciated.

    – Ken Boxsell

  • Lindsay Knowles
    Lindsay Knowlesover 6 years ago

    Great capture Ken

  • Thanks heaps Lindsay

    – Ken Boxsell

  • JohnScott
    JohnScottover 6 years ago

    I wish I knew the name of these fellas, nice shot

  • Hi John. Its a Crab Spider Diaea evanida but I didnt think anyone would be interested so I didn’t tag it. Thanks

    – Ken Boxsell

  • reflexio
    reflexioover 6 years ago

    Great shot, looks like its coming after you.

  • Thanks reflexio. You are correct, its was actually leaping at my hand

    – Ken Boxsell

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