Black Jumper - Phidippus clarus

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  1. NateS

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    Just a juvenile I believe
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    What lens did you use for this?
     
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    Nate, youre going to give all the spiders in your state Macrofobia.
     
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    Thanks guys....funny about macrophobia. I think they're starting to get used to me.

    I always use the Tamron 180mm for my macro shots (for future reference as well). However I will soon be in the 2:1 range as I have a set of tubes and a 1.4TC arriving (hopefully today).
     
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    Ah Nate another picture to further my decision for macro purchase next month. You enabler you. Nice shots.
     
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    Thank you. Glad to be convincing others to come to the macro side.
     

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