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Cyrtarachne inaequalis

small spider look same face of mantis or lizard or gecko

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  1. Very nice find, Chanachola. Posted one year ago, modified one year ago
    1. I find first time very happy Posted one year ago
  2. Really looks like the head of a Mantid - makes me wonder if that is on purpose/mimicry ... Posted one year ago
    1. Maybe for protect or for misunderstand Posted one year ago
      1. Yes, I suspect that the similarity is evolutiunary "on purpose" :o) Posted one year ago
  3. Phenomenal recording, top. Posted one year ago
  4. Actually, from what I know, the species of Spiders from the genus are known as Brid's Dropping Spider. The mimicry is more toward's Bird's Dropping rather that lizard, gecko, mantid or snake.

    There is an interesting article about this Spider that can pulsates and change the colours of its abdomen.
    Check out the article here :

    http://sgmacro.blogspot.my/2016/11/mystery-of-pulsating-spider.html
    Posted one year ago
    1. Wowwww sgmacro.blogspot amazing so much Posted one year ago
  5. Awesome find!! Posted one year ago
    1. thank you ^^ Posted one year ago
  6. Amazing find! Beautiful! Posted one year ago
    1. thank you. ^^ Posted one year ago
  7. Posted 3 months ago
  8. Fantastic! Posted 3 months ago

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The species Cyrtarachne inaequalis is a Spider from the family of Araneidae.

Similar species: Spiders
Species identified by Albert Kang
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By ChanacholaThailand

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Uploaded Dec 16, 2016. Captured Nov 9, 2016 13:59 in Unnamed Road, Tambon Si Than, Amphoe Phu Kradueng, Chang Wat Loei 42180, Thailand.
  • TG-4
  • f/5.6
  • 1/250s
  • ISO250
  • 12.6mm