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  1. ChrisA

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    Some stuff from the Leaf litter from March

    Flat-backed Millpede (8 shot stack)
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    Mating Wolf Spiders (7 shot stack)
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    Beetle Larvae ( I think - 3 shot stack)
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    Globby Close (5x I think)
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    The Mean One
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    Elongated looking at ya
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    Dicyrtoma fusca ?
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    Thanks for looking.
     
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    The second one is very cool! (y)
     
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    Great set can't decide which i prefer...
     
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    Great set m8 - I hate any centipede though! LOL :)

    Paul.
     
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    Interesting collection Chris, well photographed as usual ;)
     
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    Thanks all

    It's a millipede not a centipede ;):D
     
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    Stunning set Chris the mating Wolfies is my fave
     
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    Nicely done Chris, love the wolf spider shots! I have to say I find the globby shots a little over saturated compared to he first 3 where the colours look a lot more natural.
     
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    The wolf spider one is the best imo, so agree with others there, not seen them in that position before, is that one from the "Carmasutra" book :eek:
    All ovely shots though Chris and nice to see getting some.
     
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    Another vote for the wolf spiders shot! It's really nice.
     
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    Thanks all

    Maybe so I might of boosted them a touch too much.

    He He - Thanks Graham
     

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