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Spider Baby Unknown species (10)
Robbrown Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1184 W: 88 N: 2160] (6106)
This tiny photographic offering is the result of importing plants from Italy and was found in a lorry load of plants as we unloaded,I actually keep some empty plastic containers to keep any Hitchhikers that drop out as we move stuff around. So far you have already seen a couple of Eygptian Grasshoppers and a wasp spider that must of arrived by the same root , and these are just the ones we found.
Anyway the female spider spun a web in the corner of the box and laid a batch of eggs each less than 1mm across, she hung around for about 3 weeks before vanishing, about 10 days after this tiny beast emerged, As I said the eggs are less than 1mm across give you some idea of just how small this freshly emerged baby is.
I am also posting to the Workshop an image of a spider that turned up last year and looks very simular to the adult that produced the eggs and hopping some body can put a name to it,I have found nothing simular in my spider books.
Shot with just the basic 105macro no extra add on lens, and cropped in photoshop to get it enlarged as possible and still keep detail in the image.
I hope you like and can help

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Robbrown Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1184 W: 88 N: 2160] (6106)
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Edited by:marhowie Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5731 W: 1197 N: 98] (486)

Adjustments as follows:
Contrast +10
Saturation + 10
Brightness -10
Small amount of selective smart sharpen.
Howard

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Robbrown Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1184 W: 88 N: 2160] (6106)
Unknown Adult Spider
Edited by:Robbrown Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1184 W: 88 N: 2160] (6106)

This is an image of the unkown adult that turned up in a simular way last year. I hope somebody can put a name to it for me.