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Found this beauty ive been after for a few years whilst going through ivy bushes. Diaea dorsata.
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Joe Myers Mar 20
Replying to @DEBALMER @SupportNWT
It's back, I've just seen it! It's a bit distant for photos but some great views with just binoculars.
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Joe Myers Feb 28
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Joe Myers Feb 24
IP31 2LE.
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Joe Myers Feb 24
First butterflies for the year in my garden, Peacock and Small tortoiseshell.
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Joe Myers Feb 24
First Salticidae of the year, lots of Salticus scenicus on my fence this morning. One is tucking in to another spider.
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Joe Myers Feb 20
One of my favourite sights is the first oystercatcher back at Micklemere, a sign of spring around the corner. Also golden plover and gulls galore. Phonescoped with my scope.
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Joe Myers Feb 17
Female Stonechat at Micklemere today. Phonescoped with my scope.
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Joe Myers Feb 11
Kumliens gull today phonescoped with my scope.
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Joe Myers Feb 6
this daily challenge is proving a bit too challenging today.
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Joe Myers Jan 15
Found some Nuctenea umbratica in the forest this evening. Could it be a pair and a hopeful rival?
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Joe Myers Jan 15
Replying to @planetmoon12
Not really, given the mess she made of the snap election she proved she wasnt as strong and stable as she thought she was.
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Joe Myers Jan 7
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Joe Myers Jan 6
Replying to @BritishSpiders
Thanks, both are new to me. It's the first time I've been out in the woods at night, I plan to go again later for better photos. I might take a closer look at the Anyphaena when I have my microscope just in case.
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Joe Myers Jan 5
A couple of spiders im unsure on in my local woods this evening. A possible first Gibbaranea gibbosa? No idea on the 2nd.
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Joe Myers Jan 5
Finally I get my bogey bird of the past 2 years, ring necked duck through my scope.
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Joe Myers Jan 3
Thanks. With the x15 and x20 eyepieces it could do x60 and x80 mag or would that be too much? I've heard it gets darker at higher magnification.
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Joe Myers Jan 3
Thanks. Any recommendations for a microscope? I'm looking at the Brunel IMXZ.
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Joe Myers Jan 2
I've joined up, I hope to get a microscope to better learn what spiders I do see, and I hope to travel to see more species.
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Joe Myers Jan 1
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