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Custom Taedus design inspired by :iconvulnepro:'s Theos Ke Polemos mecha anime universe.

Long, extending limbs give it incredible reach with pole arms, and the segmented joint construction makes each arm a giant spear-thrower.
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Custom Taedus concept design inspired by :iconvulnepro:'s Theos Ke Polemos mecha anime universe.

(I realize they probably wouldn't use regular staples in the future, but I didn't think space staples would be recognizable enough :D )
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I'm nasty!

D200, Takumar 35/2.8, extension tubes
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Evarcha arcuata (Araneae: Salticidae), adult male. No cropping.

D200, Takumar 28/2.8, ext. tubes, SB-800
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I know I don't upload much here but I only upload the best. So yea :P
A new mech of mine as you can see. I tried to finish it as quickly as possible because school for me has just started and I want to post this before I get to busy.

Anyways. My flickr has a bigger description.[link]
Here is the link to the set to see more pics.[link]

Enjoy!
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Yes, this wasp is really photogenic :D
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Green sawfly - Rhogogaster viridis (Hymenoptera: Symphyta).

D200, reversed Takumar 28/2.8, extension tubes, SB-800
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Not ID jumping spider (probably genus Sitticus). 3-4mm long.

Kenko TCx2 attached so image isn't so sharp as I'd like it to be.
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Adult female of Nuctenea umbratica (Araneae: Araneidae) with freshly hatched offspring... unusual wiev :)
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This is probably the only spider specie in the world that spend its whole life underwater. They build there their webs, feed and breed. This is the only specie in the family Argyronetidae.
Here, in the picture, you can see how it transports oxygen from the water surface to his hideout, using hairs on his abdomens.
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