Tag Archives: Spiders

Webnesday (47)

I’ve been back in Minnesota for a month now and finally have a small window of free time from all the (several dozens of) projects that seem to keep clamoring for my immediate attention. Yesterday, as I walked through our … Continue reading

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Webnesday (46)

Does it have to be a Wednesday to present a new post with a Webnesday theme? Of course not! But, for the record, my encounter with the subject of this one did happen yesterday—which was a Thursday, but early enough … Continue reading

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Webnesday (45)

It’s been a very good early-summer season for new jumping spiders. I’ve been keeping a watch on the local wee folk as time has allowed, along with continuing household projects and preparations for a summer Christmas. One of them attracted … Continue reading

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Webnesday (44)

Not much time for photography these days, but when I went out to pick up the mail today, I noticed a truly-tiny zebra jumper (Salticus scenicus) prowling along the stems of the Clematis that climbs up the stand for the … Continue reading

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Webnesday (42)

My photo angel, Frances, has been very good to me.  As I indicated in my last Webnesday post a week ago, I have been hoping for another close encounter with one of my favorite arachnids, Trite (rhymes with “mighty”) planiceps, … Continue reading

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Webnesday (41)

It’s been almost three months since my last Webnesday post. There hasn’t been much spider activity in Nebraska or Minnesota since then, but I’ve been back in New Zealand for four days and it’s summer here. One of my very … Continue reading

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Webnesday (40)

It’s Webnesday again and I have a new one for you. I found this fine one in our basement just the other day and carefully eased a glass over it, slid a piece of cardboard under it, and carried it … Continue reading

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