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Clarkemcrobb
Posted: September 15, 2006 12:30 am
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I "Think" I found one of these interesting little beggers, hes so funny, jumps around his little box towards my finger which he can see through the plastic!
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Phil Rea
Posted: September 15, 2006 10:22 am
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I love salticids. Fascinating things smile.gif

Here's one of mine. Unfortunately it's in Baltic amber, it's dead, and it's between 40 and 54 million years old biggrin.gif

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I particularly like the fact that they're easy to initially identify from the 2 large anterior median eyes head.gif


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FryLock
Posted: September 15, 2006 10:43 am
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Almost as big a scallywag as Tescos but not worth a big mention
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Yup how to ID the salticids.

1. The eyes ostensibly in three rows of 4+2+2, the anterior row of 4 incorporating two enlarged medians and facing forwards on the square fronted caput like a battery of car headlamps, with the two rows behind each comprising a pair of small eyes borne dorsolaterally on the top of the caput.

Or.

2. Very cute little spider, who's a little fuzzy wuzzy spidy aahhh.


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Phil Rea
Posted: September 15, 2006 11:59 am
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And, as you say Fry, their "I've been chasing parked cars" profile laugh.gif


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Habibi18
Posted: September 27, 2006 12:24 am
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QUOTE (FryLock @ Sep 15 2006, 10:43 AM)
Yup how to ID the salticids.

1. The eyes ostensibly in three rows of 4+2+2, the anterior row of 4 incorporating two enlarged medians and facing forwards on the square fronted caput like a battery of car headlamps, with the two rows behind each comprising a pair of small eyes borne dorsolaterally on the top of the caput.

Or.

2. Very cute little spider, who's a little fuzzy wuzzy spidy aahhh.

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2. Very cute little spider. Who's a cute little fuzzy wuzzy spidy aaaah.

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Habibi18
Posted: September 27, 2006 12:28 am
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QUOTE (PhilR @ Sep 15 2006, 10:22 AM)
I love salticids. Fascinating things smile.gif

Here's one of mine. Unfortunately it's in Baltic amber, it's dead, and it's between 40 and 54 million years old biggrin.gif

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I particularly like the fact that they're easy to initially identify from the 2 large anterior median eyes head.gif

roll.gif roll.gif roll.gif Yeah, I know what you mean.....can't believe that you would buy it's grave! Can't these people ( the ones who harvest the insects trapped in amber ) leave them alone?! They're ruining their death! roll.gif roll.gif roll.gif roll.gif


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Chris Allen
Posted: November 25, 2006 08:59 pm
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Photos are what its about.
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QUOTE (PhilR @ September 15, 2006 10:22 am)
I love salticids. Fascinating things smile.gif

Here's one of mine. Unfortunately it's in Baltic amber, it's dead, and it's between 40 and 54 million years old biggrin.gif

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I particularly like the fact that they're easy to initially identify from the 2 large anterior median eyes head.gif

wow man!very nice
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mary walters
Posted: November 26, 2006 02:10 pm
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Thats really brilliant, it looks alive.


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