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Macro-Photography by Thomas Shahan.
(Not a fan of spiders, but this is amazing)

These spider eyes have a sense of action and movement to it. Insect Eye Photographed by: Thomas Shahan

Female Jumping Spider - Phidippus workmani - Florida - Bugshot Workshop | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Female Jumping Spider – Phidippus workmani – Florida – Bugshot Workshop by Thomas Shahan

Spider eyes taken with a microscope camera

Spider eyes taken with a microscope camera

What Spiders are "Good For"?

Why you should spare spiders! Eight reasons, including, "The presence of spiders in your house is a sign that fewer bugs per spider will be there every year.

Spider Basics: How Spiders Eat

This is the macro shot of a female rabid wolf spider, scientific name: rabidosa rabida, found in Oklahoma

Magnolia Green Jumper - Lyssomanes viridis - female

An online resource devoted to North American insects, spiders and their kin, offering identification, images, and information.

Suren Manvelyan photograph of a Husky dog eye. One can see details such as the irises' color gradients, textures, patterns and even tiny blood vessels.

Animals' Eyes Up Close

Macro Animal Eyes – Photography by Suren Manvelyan. Right eye of Siberian husky.

8 eyes.. pure art, isn't it?   Kleine lieve monsters - Joop.nl

Macro Insects Photo: Thomas Shahan Anterior Median Eyes of an Adult Female Paraphidippus aurantius

Beauty is in the eye...eyes...yadda, yadda, yadda.

Anterior median and lateral eyes of an adult female female jumping spider found in Oklahoma.

Dia do Bicho Pegar!

Macro Video of an Adult Male Phidippus mystaceus Jumping Spider--sooooo amazing!

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