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."

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."

Close up macro photographs of tiny jumping spiders turn them into ferocious monsters

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Close up macro photographs of tiny jumping spiders turn them into ferocious monsters

spider  (omg) --wait a minute.  How do we know this is a spider?  What part of it is a spider?  Without eight legs, how is it a spider?

spider (omg) --wait a minute. How do we know this is a spider? What part of it is a spider? Without eight legs, how is it a spider?

Close up macro photographs of tiny jumping spiders turn them into ferocious monsters

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Close up macro photographs of tiny jumping spiders turn them into ferocious monsters

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