I found this spider in a small patch of flowers.
I borrowed a friend’s macro lens to shoot these leafhoppers in Vermont. They are half the size of a grain of rice.
This jumping spider was sucking the last of the juice out of a greenbottle fly when I found it.
My lens doesn’t quite capture the majesty of these green fangs.
These are apparently called Phidippus Audax.
It looks like a Phiddip.
This jumping spider was finishing up its meal when I saw it.
It could fit comfortably on a dime.
This is the largest daring jumping spider I’ve ever seen, and in the time between when I first spotted it and when I got the picture, it managed to catch an even larger Katydid.
This is a fresh kill you’re looking at.
I found this excessively fattened spider on an overturned stew pot outside my friend’s place.
This waifishly thin spider was wandering around inside one of the windows at work.
Something about this type of spider, with its long and thin legs, is a little creepy to me.
This one inhabited my bulkhead, which is slowly rusting.
This jumping spider is missing a leg.