A few spider macro shots, wolf and jumping spiders

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1of1snowflakes
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A few spider macro shots, wolf and jumping spiders

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These were taken over the last three months or so.
Olympus EM1 mark 2
60mm macro lens
Raynox 202 or the Raynox 250 with the 202.
ISO 100-200 depending on shot,
Focus Bracket mode, setting of 2/10, Godox speedlight flash
Focus stacks of between 80-200 images in Helicon.
all live spiders!!


Wolf Spider:

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Baby Platycryptus undatus jumping spider, 2.5mm long:

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Phidippus Clarus jumping spider:

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Pelegrina Proterva jumping spider:

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wolf spider, side view of top of head:

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Jumping Spider, Sp. Colonus Female

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Phidippus Regius jumping spider

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A very small wolf spider, different variety than I normally find around Illinois:

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and last but definitely not least, the very FINE rear end of the beautiful Emerald Jumping Spider (AKA Phidippus Aurentius)

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hayath
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Post by hayath »

Incredible detail and color on this fascinating set :)

1of1snowflakes
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Post by 1of1snowflakes »

hayath wrote:Incredible detail and color on this fascinating set :)

Thank you so much! I owe a lot of that to these amazing created insects and my Olympus camera!

obturate
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Post by obturate »

Wow! well done.
Dan
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MarkSturtevant
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Post by MarkSturtevant »

These are very intriguing portraits. Very unique, too.
Mark Sturtevant
Dept. of Still Waters

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