Albino Spider

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  1. mack1time

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    These were all shot on Sunday!
    My first crazy Albino Spider!
    So small and hard to get the exposure right but I ended up with 3 nice Shots
    #3 Is my favorite. he actually jumped off the leaf and hung like a pro in this position.
    Then I found another lil guy spinning the most intricate web, so I tried to focus on his feverish work.
    The individual strands he was creating were what I tried to focus on.

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    Wow, spectacular, it's so white lol
     
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    I agree #3 is awesome! I actually saw a green one like that in a leaf held together by web.
     
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    I think #3 is cool, thats one kong fu spider:D
     
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    yea.. 3 is gonna have to be my fave also.
     
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    Very nice capture of a crab spider.

    -Roy
     
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    Not albino, that species is just typically very unusually and brightly colored. I've always called them crab spiders.
    Great pics!
     
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    Nice pics of the crab spider!
     
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    they walk like crabs also, the one that i found walked sideways with its "claws" pointed at me.:)
     

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