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Hairy field spider Neosconus triangularis

By fotobee  
Tulbagh South Africa

Another shot of the Hairy field spider, Neosconus triangularis. This one was taken from the bottom and shows its triangular teeth to perfection, from whence it gets it`s proper name. This is the first time that I have used the moveable screen, as the spider was up against a Vibracrete wall, about 3 foot away. Luckily for me, it hunts mainly from the vibration of prey items caught in the web, and did not see me. I would not have been able to get the shot without this screen. This one shot alone made it worthwhile !

Thank you all very very much for looking at, voting for and for the lovely comments you had on yesterdays top view of the spider.!! I really appreciate this !!

Have a good day

Best regards
Martin

Tags: Wildlife and nature Hairy field spider Neosconus triangularis

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