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Old Oct 8, 2013, 10:08 AM   #1
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Took this yesterday while the sun was shining. Not getting to do a lot of photography due to uni work though. No idea what kind it is.
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Hi Eysha, nice spider.
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Old Oct 9, 2013, 5:02 AM   #3
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Many thanks JJ, I appreciate your comment. Unfortunately I don't get to do much photography now with Uni work and being disabled but I thought I would grab this one as it was in my garden, lol.
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Very nice photo! We overlook so many photo opportunities right in our own yards; very glad you didn't overlook this opportunity!
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Ugly ,aint he.
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Thanks CSA.
Grounded, no, not to a girl (or boy) spider I guess. Mmmm How do you tell the sex of a spider? Anyone know?
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Nice shot eysha, creepy but nice
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I agree Saly, but I was practising and he was available, lol.
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that's a harvestman i believe, not a spider. nice shot!
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Thanks Killerwolf, unfortunately I am none the wiser. What's the difference? I have quite a few in my garden.
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