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233 views Dec 26 – 2011Featured in – Artists Universe -(arachnid) better known as a spider:)a gorgeous web spun in such a spectacular way.
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Thank you Francis…this was my fave out of today’s photo shoot :)
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Just gorgeous! At a glance I’d say a type of Argiope spider…not sure where you’re located but I know Australia has several of this species…I THINK more then anywhere else on Earth
:))))) Very Clever Carla, backyard Brisbane Queensland, Australia :)
I live every day to fulfill my ambition of being the best at what I do.
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Please enjoy all that I can share with you! I do enjoy your art and I just thought you wrote so beautifully Elisabeth!!this creature lives by you…hmmmmm..lol gut I think even these little critters are beautiful they are quite amazing the way they build their webs..beautiful!!!I am a little better for now..I guess because I didn’s see him on skype today…he was taking tests all day…oh heck I should have wrote, I will write tomorrow..huggs
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Thank you so much Mary :)
Wonderful capture Elizabeth. Certainly not the norm.Myra
so nice though :) thanks Myra
oh wow, amazing portrait of this powerful Creature Teacher! I used to spend whole afternoons watching them at their weaving. well done!
Glad you liked it Quinn…this one weaves its web in a beautiful square pattern.
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Thank you so much Tammera
A member of the Argiope orb weaver spiders…can you tell us where this was photographed so we can narrow the search for it’s ID? Thanx so much…I find these SPECTACULAR and wish we had more here in the US. Australia I think has the most amount of species in this family…
oops…just saw your reply months ago..lolDo you remember if she/he had an extremely long body? I’ve passed up 9 species so far without any future results…it’s POSSIBLE this is one of the recently discovered/new to science species…..
really? that’s interesting…yes it did have a long body, Carla.
This is gonna tease me til I can find it….I KNOW what it is…just can’t find a corosponding image to help. In my head I’m seeing a long rectangular body….the web is more squarish with rectangular/squarish segments….no zig/zag that is often seen with this group of spiders…….argh. I’ll get it…there’s also a group on here for Arachnids…maybe someone there can click the memory