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Spider on canvas...

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Spider on canvas sent on April 14, 2016 (18:59) by Jazzbozz. 4 comments, 650 views. [retina]

, 1/250 f/9.0, ISO 100, hand held.

Prima prova di focus stacking di 2 scatti. Obiettivo invertito montato su 90 mm di tubi di prolunga + crop compositivo. Grazie a Claudio L per il nome della specie.

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sent on April 15, 2016 (20:02) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful shot and subject! I see evil or even has a prey among the fangs? Compliments! :-)

sent on April 15, 2016 (20:10) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Truly I could not figure it out either, with the naked eye you could see just the spider. Thanks for the ride and appreciation :-)

sent on April 15, 2016 (23:13) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

The beautiful photographed spider mite, is one:

conical Cyclosa (Pallas, 1772)

Coloration and designs on the abdomen (Opisthosoma) can be highly variable, but the shape precisely tapered (pointed) make it a characteristic morphological character of this beautiful species of Araneidae.

Hello Claudio ;-)

The pulp that can be glimpsed between the pedipalps, are the remains of a partially digested prey, because the digestive cycle of spiders begins outside, and not inside their body, the poison inoculated with chelicerae and paralyze the prey doubles as a powerful gastric juices, which literally melt the prey, so that the spider can suck up to leave only a shell (exoskeleton) completely empty!:-(

sent on April 16, 2016 (3:03) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thank you very much for your detailed comment, add the species name to the title.

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