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  1. #721
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    Kharkiv, Ukraine. Fuji FinePix S9500. Jan, 17, 2006
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    The main lining in a computer - between the monitor and a chair
    My photo gallery in Flickr

  2. #722
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    Tangled Web & Spider

    A not so small Spider
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  3. #723
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    a striped shield bug. Photo taken in Wiesbaden-schierstein (Germany).
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  4. #724
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    Spider

    Not sure what kind of spider this is. He was in my shower. Shower made for clean white background.

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  5. #725
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    Opinion Please

    Your opinion please. My coworkers feel the spider in the previous post is the same as the one as the link below, which is a brown recluse. What do you think?
    http://www.myers-services.com/learn_...wn_recluse.jpg

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  6. #726
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    Ahhh should've known not to come in this thread! I'm an arachnophobiac

  7. #727
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoller
    My coworkers feel the spider in the previous post is ... a brown recluse. What do you think?
    I googled Brown Recluse, and found it is often misidentified. I learned the true brown recluse is only 1/4 to 3/8" (1 cm) long! Eentsy weensy spider ... was yours that little?

  8. #728
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    Size

    The way it is standing its legs would just fit on a quarter. Body length about 3/8 of an inch. I would say the size is right. I also did google search and most pictures I found show a lower profile spider then the one I have. So I'm not sure. I don't want to upset any spider lover's, but this guy died right after he posed for the picture so I guess it does not matter what he was. Thanks for you help.

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  9. #729
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    my my, man Geoff you have some amazing skills there!!
    can you please share the method you use to create your borders, the ones that use the orig picture especially

    Heres some of my efforts,

    1st one is of our native insect the weta, pretty sure only found here in New Zealand

    2nd is just of a lovely little guy spotted on our holiday to melbourne, just thought it looked cool the way he has his head tilted as to say "what are doing?"

    hahaha enjoy
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  10. #730
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    Lost...

    am i just lost or what? i heard that McDonald's stocks are going down, due to some competition... so here's some photo ive took as an evidence hihihi
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