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    Default Spider, life size

    Another unidentified spider. ID gets a beer!

    EOS 40D, MP-E-65, MT-24EX, ISO 100, Manual Exposure, f16 1/200.

    Thanks for looking.

    Comments and critique welcome.

    Apana
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    thats fantastic image.Nice sharp eyes.more depth would be better.

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    Lovely. Its sharp. f16 and still this limited depth of field. It is tough to get higher dof when you are so close to the subject. I am surprised there are no takers for your Beer.

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    Wow! Looks like an alien! By the Abdomen, I would say its a lynx spider, but lynx spiders are usually not so hairy... I've got a record shot of one if you want to compare, please reply...
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    Abhishek,

    Almost certainly not a lynx, but some species of jumping spider. I agree that the pattern on the abdomen is very lynx-like. They tend to jump on the lens when you are photographing them, an action that usually has me jumping out of my skin!

    Apana

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    Compare this...
    This is an img of a GREEN JUMPING SPIDER I found in google imgs. This is however the type found in queensland, australia. Looks similar, though not same.
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