Zebra Jumping Spider

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Kevriano

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One of our little friendly jumping spiders hopped onto our windowsill today, just as I happened to have the Macro close by. These are still cropped, as the spider is barely 10mm long. Super cute though, lovely little posers. DSC00295 copy.jpg DSC00296 copy.jpg DSC00298 copy.jpg DSC00299 copy.jpg DSC00300 copy.jpg DSC00303 copy.jpg DSC00310 copy.jpg DSC00311 copy.jpg
 

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Excellent capture.. he’s a handsome specimen..
 

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Just happened to have your macro lens close by... 😄

Turned out in your favour though!
 

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Just happened to have your macro lens close by... 😄

Turned out in your favour though!
Yep. It's usually packed away when not in use, but I'd been doing some more Moth photography, so it was close to hand for once.
 
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