2016 Macro Collection: Highlights from Singapore and the Region
As 2016 draws to a close, it is time for my annual photo spam with the year's highlights. While I did fewer expeditions beyond Singapore, more work was done in documenting lifers and experimenting with different techniques in wide angle close-ups, back-lighting and ultraviolet fluorescence photography. I've also held my second photo exhibition in Europe, which will still be there til 8th Jan 2017. If you are a museum curator or know of museum curators who might be interested in my work…
lots of colors - The typical orb-weaver spiders (family Araneidae) are the most common group of builders of spiral wheel-shaped webs often found in gardens, fields and forests. Their common name is taken from the round shape of this typical web, and the taxon was formerly also referred to as the Orbiculariae. (interesting creatures)
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35 Stunning Macro Photography Ideas — Smashing Magazine
**Macro photography** is also known as close-up photography. Compared to other types of photography, macro photography is quite difficult, because of the nifty equipment, lightning and other techniques involved. However, in the end it comes down to what kind of pictures you want to take and what level of precision you are striving for.
BROWN WIDOW SPIDER, FEMALE, VERY POISONOUS, COLORFUL BACK, 4 of 4
The spider reached the edge and stopped walking, then started climbing back up it's web. This is a very poisonous female Brown Widow Spider (close relative of the Black Widow), only the female is dangerous. She has a red or orange hour-glass marking on the underside of her abdomen.
Venezuelan Sun Tiger Tarantula (Psalmopoeus irminia)
Psalmopoeus irminia Awesome Tarantula Sub Adults Available Stock Photo. Animal Color and Size May Vary Photo is of an Adult
The secret of the incredible 'rainbow spider' revealed
A new analysis of two groups of jumping spiders from North America and Australia has revealed that they use different mechanisms to see colour, after independently evolving the ability.
'Araneus' transversus Rainbow, 1912 Not-quite-happy-face Orbweaver
Arachnids are invertebrates including spiders, scorpions, ticks and mites. They all have eight legs and simple eyes. This site is a companion to Field Guide to Spiders of Australia for CSIRO Publishing Robert Whyte http://www.publish.csiro.au/book/6899/
The Most Beautiful (and Beastly) Creature: Rainbow Jumping Spider | Featured Creature
This gorgeous spider is a member of the Peacock spider family. It has the most incredible colors on its abdomen that actually shift in the light!