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Check out my webbings Small Spider, around 1 cm in size with interesting webbings.<br />
Have seen several of them, including in Malaysia, their webbings has some interesting patterns to it in the middle and the outer webbings are the regular patterns. Geotagged,Mozambique,Ponta do Ouro,Spider,Summer,Webbings Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Check out my webbings

Small Spider, around 1 cm in size with interesting webbings.
Have seen several of them, including in Malaysia, their webbings has some interesting patterns to it in the middle and the outer webbings are the regular patterns.

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  1. Remarkable! Do you know the reason for these specific patterns? Posted 3 years ago
    1. Not sure the reason for this one but I read once about a study of Spiders being fed caffeine and other drugs will end up with different kind of webbings :p Posted 3 years ago
      1. Now that you say this, this definitely is a cappuccino web mixed with cocaine. Posted 3 years ago
        1. Check-out this video :

          Posted 3 years ago
          1. Haha, the marihuana one is hilarious, too laid back to finish anything. Posted 3 years ago
            1. Yes, and its amazing how this people can think of this experiment.
              In a way, it could explain the co-relation of drugs effects on humans or other animals too :D
              Posted 3 years ago

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Uploaded Sep 24, 2016. Captured Mar 16, 2014 13:14 in Lighthouse Rd, Ponta do Ouro, Mozambique.
  • NIKON D5200
  • f/22.0
  • 1/200s
  • ISO400
  • 55mm