Good photo, love the little white dots...You can realy see where it gets its name from too! XX
Good macro. Very well.
Eva,Thankyou so much,these spiders usually camouflage themselves verysuccessfully but this one did'nt.I am only assumimg it is a crab spiderbecause of the longer front legs. XX
CRThis afternoon I was able to make a comment.Thankyou for yours!!!:)
Good macro, I noticed how long those front legs are, very unusual.
Wczoraj do Ciebie zaglądałam i nie było nic nowego, a tu dzisiaj takie piękne makro. Dobrze, ze pająków się nie boję i mogłam spokojnie na niego popatrzeć :-). Pozdrawiam i dziękuję za miłą wizytę.Yesterday you looked in and there was nothing new, and here today, so beautiful macro. Well, the spiders are not afraid and I could enjoy it :-). I greet and thank you for a nice visit.
Erk! At least it's too small to bite (I hope)
Another Spider-snail.It seems that there are many out there.BjsG.J.
Marta ZAt last I can comment again,but tomorrow perhaps I can't.This is how it's been for what seems like ages!!Thankyou for your comment,Crab Spiders all have long front legs,but they vary in colour:)
Really beautiful photo - well done!
Max MaxThankyou my friend,we like the same things!!:)
Stuart PriceAt last I can post a comment today!! It's a striking looking spider quite harmless,and small:)
GigaThankyou for passing by,I have missed not being able to see your comments,and thankyou for commenting in english.Love your latest flower photo's:)
Gaspar de JesusThankyou for your visit.Yes there are plenty in my garden!!:)beijinhos.
I did not know this spider.
Brown EyesIt was the first time I, had encountered this spider!! Good of you tocomment.:)
BREAI never tire of admiring its excellent macro photography.Sincere congratulations.G.J.
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