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Old May 1, 2007, 2:21 PM   #1
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Manage to take a Female Yellow-line epeus that day ('Macros for 28 Apr 07' thread), and today, managed to take the male JS with his punky hairdo!

FZ10+Raynox 250, F8, 1/60s, ISO50, 2 diffuse flash, handheld

#1: Introducing the Yellow-Lined Epeus (Male)


#2: I got a really funky hairdo!


#3: Look at the blue tatoos on my arms!


#4: I have got a long slender rear


#5: And you can see my front anterior median eyes (2 large front eyes) poping out.
Why? Its typically enlarged and have certain anatomical features which gives me a telephoto system


#6: See my top view....see my long legs? I can really jump! And I jump onto this cameraman's large 'eyes' afew times too!


#7: and my left side close up


#8: Looking straight at you


#9: Looking up!


#10: Bye!
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Old May 1, 2007, 2:43 PM   #2
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Now that is one psychedelic spider!!.....with a mohican too :-).....great shots Tchuanye, love the angle on shot 7.

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Old May 1, 2007, 9:40 PM   #3
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Now that is one psychedelic spider!!.....with a mohican too :-).....great shots Tchuanye, love the angle on shot 7.

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Thanks Mark!
This fella does look like a Mohican! And really friendly too! inspected my camera 3 times!...so he jumped at least 10cm for that.......had to shoot and quickly moved my camera away at the end, as it got familiar with my gear, and always wanted to jump on it every time.....perhaps thats why I got many face shots!
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Amazing....it`s not often an insect wants to get closer to the photographer......as you say it must have been one very friendly spider

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Old May 2, 2007, 6:11 AM   #5
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Those are SUPER...luv the colours and the narative!!! Luv all of them!!!
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Wonderful colours. Beutifull bugs.
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You have some very strange spiders around you. This guy is very unique and you captured him well. I cant' begin to pick a favorite from this bunch.
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Thanks Annie, rafinmelb, Steve!
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Fantastic shots - again and again, Tan!

I love the colours, but this colour scheme seems to be resticted to the warmer climates. The global warming wil help us! ;-)

The spider looks like a walking lighthouse. It needs blicking eyes!

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Great capture Tan. My favorites are 2, 7, and 9.

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