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Spiderling Mosh Pit

By SteveMackay  
A pic of a brood of miniature Spiderling (Amaurobius similis), i've never seen so many Spiders in one place!, the Mother was nearby to protect them, but she was a bit photo shy (and enormous in comparison to her offspring, which are approx? 2mm from eyes to end of abdomen)
These baby Spiders would not stay still for long, but I managed to get this 6 shot focus stack, it's a mix of Natural and artificial lighting.
Thanks for looking and thanks for comments and votes on my previous pic, it's much appreciated!Smile

Tags: Macro Spider Close-up and macro Spiders Spiderling

Voters: Philip_H, livinglevels, teocali and 11 more


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Comments


Great shot capturing the transparency of the spiderlings legs and the abdominal hairs. Paul

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teocali Plus
8 441 18 England
30 Aug 2013 8:27PM
Superbly detailed macro work, Steve, with a stunning rang of detail, textures and tones. Beautifully lit, though I must admit, although I like spiders, these look so wriggly and squirmy that they almost make me itch!
Sylvia
bricurtis Plus
11 2.1k 49 England
30 Aug 2013 8:36PM
Amazing amount of detail in this Steve. Great depth created from the stacking.
Brian.
rontear Plus
13 8 8 England
30 Aug 2013 8:56PM
They will grow !! to be large Mexican Red Knee's Steve. Aracnaphobiacs beware !!!!
Ron.
Maiwand Plus
10 3 72 England
30 Aug 2013 11:05PM
Fabulous image Steve.
Ron
31 Aug 2013 1:52AM
The legs are incredible...Excellent shot Steve!
M

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