Webnesday (71)

This little fellow joined me in my workspace in my work shed a few days ago and seemed to be quite happy to be moved out into the garden via a few handy lawn flowers (the diameter of the white one is about 3/4 of an inch, or a bit under 2 centimeters)—in fact, he apparently couldn’t wait to be outside again, as he only gave me enough time for three quick photos before he was off into the green. Happily, one of them gave me enough detail to work with. He’s a Trite parvula, with the delightful common name of “house hopper.”

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7 Responses to Webnesday (71)

  1. shoreacres says:

    The yellow, green, and white color scheme of the photo makes a lovely backdrop for your little friend — and I do mean ‘little!’

  2. Your picture doesn’t seem trite, even if the spider’s genus is Trite.

  3. Nothing trite about this little spider dude nor the picture. At least you got a couple of shots off. Many times getting even one when moving someone is a challenge.

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