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N 485 B 61.8K C 290 E Feb 21, 2010 F Mar 7, 2010
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The jumping spider is typically found in tropic regions. The tropic regions that they are found in are very different, anywhere from the rain forest to the Himalayas. The jumping spider can be found anywhere in these climates, if its day the spider can be found on the ground, on rocks, in the grass, or on trees. At night or if it is raining, the jumping spider will hide under rocks or a small web.

*Taken during the 2nd Anniversary Celebration of Pinoy Macro Group at Matabungkay, Lian, Batangas - February 20-21, 2010.
Thanks to Dr. Alfred Tan and Dr. Roland Perez

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N 48 B 15.4K C 133 E Dec 25, 2009 F Jan 5, 2010
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The longhorn beetles (Cerambycidae; also known as long-horned beetles or, more archaically, longicorns) are a cosmopolitan family of beetles, typically characterized by extremely long antennae, which are often as long as or longer than the beetle's body. In various members of the family, however, the antennae are quite short and such species can be difficult to distinguish from related beetle families such as Chrysomelidae. The family is large, with over 20,000 species described, slightly more than half from the Eastern Hemisphere. Several are serious pests, with the larvae boring into wood, where they can cause extensive damage to either living trees or untreated lumber (or, occasionally, to wood in buildings; the old-house borer, Hylotrupes bajulus, being a particular problem indoors). A number of species mimic ants, bees, and wasps, though a majority of species are cryptically colored.

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"A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of nature."
-- Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Insects have compound eyes. Instead of one lens they see through two spheres with many lenses. But apart from that they also often have extra single lens eye on the front of the head. Each lens of the compound eye catches it's own image. The final image an insect sees is like a mosaic. The more lenses the compound eye bears the higher the resolution of the image. The two large spherical eyes of a fly give an almost complete 360 degree vision.

PUBLISHED: i-mag photography magazine
volume 3 number 1 issue 26 - page 17

Published in Belgium! (Het Nieuwsblad Newspaper - May 27, 2011 page 18, half page).

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A web decoration or stabilimentum (plural: stabilimenta), is a conspicuous silk structure included in the webs of some species of orb-web spider.

Although web decorations are common in a number of spider species in the families Araneidae, Tetragnathidae and Uloboridae, they are probably best known from spiders of the genus Argiope that includes a number of species known as the St. Andrew's Cross spiders, so named for their habit of resting in their webs with their legs outstretched in the shape of an X, the traditional shape of the cross of St. Andrew. However, spiders in this genus also construct web decorations as a vertical line and juveniles commonly construct disc-shaped decorations. Other spiders also construct round structures covering the entire hub of the web.

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PUBLISHED: Manila Bulletin Picture Perfect Photographer of the Week - October 18, 2011

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