Deinopis subrufa Deinopidae "This is a classic closeup shot of the face of the net-casting spider, with the enormous posterior median eyes. Jumping spiders have large anterior median eyes. Deinopis subrufa is a big, gentle, elongated spider, body length up to 25mm. Apparently they are attracted to some vibrations like the idling of a 4WD."
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Microscopic photos of insects will make you squirm
Microscopic photos of insects will make you squirm November 1, 2012 | New Photography | by Rebekah Rhoden | These microscopic photographs of insects and animals might be a little too close for comfort. The disturbing close-ups of insect eyes and wasp stingers are sure to give anyone the creeps and the amazing photographs of bat and mouse embryos are as intriguing as they are haunting. Nikon 7 Microscopic photos of insects will make you squirm