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Anterior Median Eyes of male Jumping spider - Sitticus floricola | by Lukjonis
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Anterior Median Eyes of male Jumping spider - Sitticus floricola

I found these beautiful jumping spiders in the really small, but wet swamp.

When I was searching for these guys, my boots were fully drawn of water, but my attempt to found them was successful...

Finally I've almost started my holiday so last week I spent at my grandparents garden. All days were really wet, but I still took many pictures which I will show you in the coming days...

This male jumping spider was about 4-6mm in size and the female was bigger, I think it was about 6-8mm.

 

This image is manually focus stacked of 4 images taken at F5.6 with a Pentax 28mm lens reversed on the bellows and some extension tubes...

P.S. (I know that the image quality is not perfect, because I don't have very good focus stacking skills, but I will try to improve it...)

 

Please have a view of full size photo to see better quality (must see):

www.flickr.com/photos/38628972@N05/5926657896/sizes/l/in/...

  

I hope you will like it...

Thanks :)

 

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Taken on July 11, 2011