When checking my plants, I came across a nice little spider resting on my Heliamphora's lable. During the photo shoot, he moved to a new and more colorful location.
Ahh!! kill it kill it!! Squash the plant and all!! LOL jking [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img] nice pics as always bro.
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Thats an interesting little guy. Did he every fall into or get fed to any of the pitchers?
I always thought it was very funny to watch them squirm as you carry them ever closer to the waiting jaws or what not...
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Very nice pictures!!! You must have a really good camera and a good eye for photography. I think spiders are cool and they seem to be fairly smart too.
The spider is actually living with the heliamphora. It is too bit to get caught by the pitchers at this time. The widest pitcher has an opening that is just under an inch in diameter. The spider did not sit long enough for me to get a photo of it looking out of the pitcher.
Cool man! I love it when spiders make their home on plants. Here's a pic of a lynx spider on my Passiflora. I have another on a spider on my leuco, I'll have to post that later. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]
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Wow Larry! *That's a great shot! *Nice lynx!
Nick, I'm more impressed with that beauty of a heli! *Really nice plant. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/cool.gif[/img]
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Nice coloration on your Heliamphora, Nick! *It contrasts well with the pale spider.
That's an awesome coloration on the lynx spider! *It almost looks fake!
Thats a nice Heliamphora Nick!! I agree with Snowy the spider almost looks fake. Nice Pics!!
Two weeks ago I had a Brown Widow around my N. Coccinea. I didn't move it or kill but I told people to be very cautious. I wish I could of taken a pic but my Camera isn't working.
Wow larry that spider looks like something out of a horror movie!!! I've never seen one like that before. Does it only live in warmer climates??