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Oxyopes salticus - female

Oxyopes salticus - Female
St. Lucie County, Florida, USA
April 1, 2006
Complete. Total process - 25 mins.

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Great educational series, Jeff!
I love it.

 
We agree -
This series of images should not only be under Oxyopes, but should probably be right on the first info page for spiders, helping to explain the molting process. Great series!

 
Very Nice
I Love this Great work
Kathleen

 
Thanks
Jim and J&J.

J&J, (and Jim, if you are interested) that info page is a mess! Two pages of primarily useless comments??? (not the editor contributed info) Velvet ants?
It might be useful if editors had the ability to remove comments. There are several other spider info pages I noticed with irrelevant images and comments.
Thoughts?

 
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