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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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    #27.





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    ...TBC
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    #31. Ant mimic spider





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    #33. house Centipede





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    Wow nice. May I know what kind of flash are you using and where you shot these crawlers ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by superakan View Post
    Wow nice. May I know what kind of flash are you using and where you shot these crawlers ?
    I have used a single Canon 270 exII speedlite on a 60D body. My latest setup is the Nikon 2x SB200 twin flash mounted on a bracket on D810 body. Manual select flash power.

    These subjects are shot all over Singapore nature trails ...Dairy farm, Bangkit, bukit timah, bukit batoh, chestnut park only a few are shot in malaysia .. Panti forest.
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    TWO THUMBS up: THIS PIC 16 IS GOOD VERY GOOD..:

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    Amazing skills!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AliBaBa2020 View Post
    TWO THUMBS up: THIS PIC 16 IS GOOD VERY GOOD..:
    Spider babies are really tiny (2-3mm) but colorful. You cannot view their details through naked eyes.
    The shot was highly cropped.



    Thanks for your comment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chooz View Post
    Amazing skills!!
    Thank you. It was the nature which attracted me to macro photography.
    It was all my kakis which I get to know thru CS and FB (2009 till to date) which help me along to improve.
    They know who they are. My thanks to them too.
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    Eye of Green crested lizard

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    Assassin bug (nymph)
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