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While this might not look like it, this is the Marpissa Muscosa. In actuality it looks like a boring brown spider. But with this close up it looks like a whole new animal entirely.
Marpissa Muscosa - is a species of jumping spider (macro photography)
Marpissa muscosa ( © Tomas Rak)
Marpissa Muscosa photo by Tomas Rak....reminds me of cookie monster
Itsy bitsy spider
Spider eye, taken with objective microscope.
Nature Stuff: Eye of a honeybee (Apis mellifera) 40X. Ralph Grimm, Jimboomba, Queensland, Australia
Meet the Peacock spider (Maratus volans) - a species of jumping spider native to eastern Australia. Only 5mm in length, it is only the males that have this bright colouring.
tarantula. Friend I give you credit this is great . God creation beautiful pictures.
Blue Bottle Tarantula. Nothing this creepy should be a pretty shade of blue! It's just wrong!
Tan Jumping Spider...they are sooo cute!
Tarantula by PhotoStrokes.net, via Flickr
Tarantula with the size of your average controller
Holy crap, girl--are you trying to jumpstart my heart this morning? Ain't nuthin' cute about that! Lyn Rozier
What an amazing Jumping Spider!
Colorful spider. Repinned from Vital Outburst clothing vitaloutburst.com
Peacock Jumping spiders (Maratus spp.) So scary!