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    Very nice shots, what species is #7? I thought it was photoshopped at first haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syrix View Post
    Very nice shots, what species is #7? I thought it was photoshopped at first haha
    thanks.

    It was the left over of molted body and head of a Jumping Spider (Salticidae)

    Spiders do that: Molt - a process to shed off their old skin and grow
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    #25. Crab spider with prey.





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