Three for the price of one.

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Picosvistas
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Three for the price of one.

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A nice encounter in an Asturian meadow.

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Very nice shot.
Three for the price of one.
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Great catch! The little arachnid is mitey fine!
The trouble with quick and dirty is that the dirty remains after the quick is gone.

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Great catch! The little arachnid is mitey fine!
The trouble with quick and dirty is that the dirty remains after the quick is gone.

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Post by hayath »

Conference on a flower, lovely moment and image!

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Post by grgh »

Frank

I thought at first that there were three, looking more closely is that another little arachnid inside the flower just to the left of the other arachnid?
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Post by Picosvistas »

grgh wrote:Frank

I thought at first that there were three, looking more closely is that another little arachnid inside the flower just to the left of the other arachnid?
Looks like you might be right, I hadn't noticed that one. Too young for a positive I.d but probably salticidae, most like Evarcha arcuata that are very common in that meadow.

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