cavers (a family)
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|What a surprise to me! I saw the first time this beautiful spiders in our garden at may of last year. A couple days ago this time i saw their house (or we can call it as their cave). These are a couple of philaeus chrysops. Yes, i said a couple, if you look at right corner below carefully, you can understand what i mean. Colourful one is a male the other one in the shadowy cave is a female. i also uploaded a workshop post to show you a possible baby (i'm not sure but it can be). Actually the cave is a man made concrete wall.|
One of my favourite jumping spider kind...
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- [2007-05-30 16:28]
merhaba ersin; kayaların ordaki bölüm biraz fazla isikli olsada cok basarili bir calisma olmus ,renkler ,detaylar , göz teması cok hos tebrikler
A very interesting post of these jumping spiders.
The title caught my eye because I'm a caver ;)
A good photo and note.
Interesting coloful jumping spider, very nicely captured. Sharp and nice detail.
- [2007-05-31 14:00]
Ne sevimli örümcek böyle:)Gozlerdeki canlik müthiş,flaşın ışığı görülüyor.Selamlar,ellerine sağlık!
- [2007-06-01 4:38]
Merhabalar Ersin Bey
Yine örümcekler ve yine döktürmüşsünüz 2 arada 1 derede bakayım dedim puan vermeden geçemedim. Tebrikler
I love those little one that I find really cute but I never had the chance to see one. I wonder if we have them in my country. Those little ones have great eyes and you captured it so nicely. I love the picture in WS too. This is a great and complete post. Thanks!