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Cyclosa conica is a small spider with no common name. It is an orb weaver, and it is easily recognized by
the way it strings together the dead bodies of insects and other debris and hangs it near the center of its web. It hides on this string of debris, and its natural coloration makes it extremely difficult to see until it moves. One of its defenses against predators is to blend in with this debris and to feign death when disturbed. These spiders are small. The females range from 5.3 mm. to 7.5 mm., and the males range from 3.6 mm. to 4 mm.
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Welcome on TN
very nice well focussed picture, pleasing background. Some minor comments:
- No note!
- High contrast, i'd like to see a bit more detail on the face whcih is dark now.
- a bit central placement. a vertical layout with the spider at the top half may have given a bit more pwerful composition
still in all nice shot,
Beautiful capture of this interesting spider.
I like the colors and details.
The drawing on the back of it remembers a dog face.
- fpix (58)
- [2009-07-13 9:20]
He-he! Wellcome here!
Very nice, as usual.
- [2009-07-14 1:19]
Bine ai venit pe site.O captura reusita cu detalii excelente, culori frumoase si subiect in focus.
Numai bine si mai asteptam.
Ciao Rafalla, welcome on TN, great macro fantastic spider, splendid sharpness and great details, very well done, have a good week end, ciao Silvio
- [2009-08-18 8:01]
A well composed photo and a good subject. The lighting and colours are very nice.TFS