Freya sp. (F. maculatipes?) Male Jumping Spider - Belize
Here's an overlooked shot I took of a handsome little Freya sp. male during the last BugShot course in Belize a few months back. I realize I've posted this species before - but this specimen was much larger with more color present in the eyes and cleaner maculations throughout the body.
To give a sense of scale, here's a crappy wide-angle macro of the same species (but a different specimen missing some legs) atop my ring finger: i.imgur.com/qil9G8s.jpg
Here's a review I did recently of this new Venus 60mm macro (that can do 2:1 *and* infinity focus!) petapixel.com/2015/02/02/review-venus-60mm-f2-8-worlds-fi...
Once again, I will be co-instructing a workshop course in Belize this year with Alex Wild, John Abbott, and for the first time - the fantastic Nicky Bay! (www.flickr.com/photos/nickadel/)
More information on upcoming workshops here: bugshot.net/
...and finally, if you're not *solely* interested in macro - I regularly post new photos over here - but be forewarned, there'll be a lot of boring waterfall photos because I don't have the access to salticids I used to now that I've moved: www.flickr.com/photos/49580580@N02/