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Name: Glen Ingram
Macleay Is, Qld, Australia (Zone 12a)
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Gleni
Dec 14, 2013 7:28 PM CST
I got this flower spider identified that I find on my daylilies.
It fascinates me that this tiny thing can get from clump to clump because daylily's blooms only last a day.

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Just Gorgeous

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Thin Man

Dr Robert Raven, Queensland Museum. "Mmm, one of the ill-fated Lynx spiders, family Oxyopidae, genus Oxyopes. Very dynamic, jumping everywhere but not sighted like the Jumping spiders. Fairly cavalier about what they eat, mostly their young!"

Nice.

[I put this thread in the wrong place. Should have been in Gardening for Wildlife, Spiders, Scorpions and Tarantulas]
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