|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
| SULAWESI INSECTS and SULAWESI SPIDERS|
These series of postings are intended to increase the knowledge on Sulawesi's biodiversity. Large parts of Sulawesi are only poorly explored also with respect to butterflies, such as the south-eastern Peninsula, Sulawesi-Tenggara.
The picture shows the spider species
- Leucauge celebesiana
- family: Tetragnathidae.
Species identification is not 100% clear!
Body length: 9 - 10 mm.
Rain forest margin. Vicinity of Kendari, South East Sulawesi (Sulawesi-Tenggara).
- natural limited light, cloudy
- no wind
* Murphy F and Murphy J (2000) An introduction to the spiders of South East Asia. - Malaysian Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur.
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- [2011-04-17 4:31]
Guten Tag Peter,
Ein feines Bild, sehr diskret auf dem Thumbnail. Aber eine sehr schöne diagonale Präsentation und ein feiner grüner Hintergrund für diese inzteressante Spinne an einem gut sichtbaren Faden hängend. Gefällt mir sehr.
Einen schönen Sonntag Dir und Deiner Famile
- [2011-04-17 6:22]
Lovely image of this orb-weaver, I find them here after monsoon, commonly called as Orchard Orb-weaver, am not an expert. Good composition and details. tfs.
Beautiful photo with excellent composition and fantastic colours. The sharpness is impressive.
what a beautiful capture of this colourful spider, superb sharpness and impressive details, excellent point of view, brilliant colours, a very good visual impact
Wow but this spider's colours are so eye-catching and truly beautiful. I fancy the point of view as well as the composition and the finer details like the webthread is an additional bonus to this great macro. Thanks for sharing an interesting note too. Best regards.
- [2011-04-18 8:23]
Fine macro photography.
Accurate sharpness, successful POV-DOF.