Imogen

Imogen

Posted on 12/05/2013


Photo taken on November  7, 2013


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Bee danger

Bee danger
Two ghostly pale spiders size up this bee collecting nectar on the Clematis flower.

micritter, Chantal HILLENVECK dite Chalâme, Xata, Antonio Diaz Pedraza and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


17 comments - The latest ones
Pam J
Pam J
They are like our little crab spiders who take up the colour of that which is around them !

Beautiful photo !
3 years ago.
Imogen has replied to Pam J
Hi Pam, nice to hear about your crab spiders. I only really noticed these when I looked through the lens.
3 years ago.
Blueman
Blueman
Très belle photographie
3 years ago.
Imogen has replied to Blueman
Merci beaucoup Blueman.
3 years ago.
Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen
Outstanding.
3 years ago.
Imogen has replied to Jaap van 't Veen
Thank you, glad you like it.
3 years ago.
Jose Luis Sánchez Nielfa
Jose Luis Sánchez Ni…
Genial¡¡.preciosa captura.

Antiguamente a Clematis, en castilla, se la conocía como "hierba de los pordioseros", porque los mendigos untaban su piel con sus hojas y aparecían llagas, así daban más lastima.
3 years ago.
Imogen has replied to Jose Luis Sánchez Ni…
What an interesting story. I must research the toxicity of Clematis. I'm glad I use gloves while gardening.
3 years ago.
Jose Luis Sánchez Ni… has replied to Imogen
El uso normal no es peligroso. Se necesita una buena cantidad de hojas, funciona mejor sobre pieles heridas, ulceradas.
3 years ago.
Antonio Diaz  Pedraza
Antonio Diaz Pedraz…
Magnifica
3 years ago.
Xata
Xata
That's Wild!!
Seen in

Wonderful World
of Wildlife!!
3 years ago.
Ashley Loy
Ashley Loy
Wonderful macro !

That's Wild!I
Seen in
Wonderful World of Wildlife!!
3 years ago.
Stan Askew
Stan Askew
That's Wild!!
Seen in

Wonderful World
of Wildlife!!
3 years ago.
Chantal HILLENVECK dite Chalâme
Chantal HILLENVECK d…
EXTRA.............................!!!
3 years ago.
Anni
Anni
Another great capture Imogen, those little spiders do indeed prey on anything coming close, one of them once dispatched a newly emerged Common Grass Yellow butterfly right in front of my eyes but I didn't notice what was happening until too late!
3 years ago.