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Dolomedes fimbriatus II by Dark-Raptor Dolomedes fimbriatus II by Dark-Raptor
Dolomedes fimbriatus (Araneae: Pisauridae), european raft spider.
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oro-elui Featured By Owner May 23, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
fabulous capture, great composition.
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2010  Professional Photographer
Thank you.
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jayshree Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
The details and focus are great.
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2010  Professional Photographer
Thanks :)
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MonsterBrand Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2010  Professional Photographer
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Cyberfish Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I love these spiders! I've had one at home until I release her (1. it's not an good pet spider and 2. this spider is under nature protection). But a cool thing is - she molted at my home and I still have her skin in a little box. :D It's something that not everyone has. ;)
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2010  Professional Photographer
In Poland these spiders aren't protected (we have still a lot of undammaged habitats where they can live in a large numbers). We succesfully breeded them, so if you know how to keep them, they can become a good pets. Of course, in your situation, you have to choose species that aren't protected. Maybe american species like D. tenebrosus or D. triton?
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Cyberfish Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
D. fimbratius was a very interesting pet in any case. :aww: I've had a very cool humid terrarium with some stones, moss and a little swimming pool. :D

Maybe - when I have the space :D - I wanna have a Ancylometes spec. They're very cool because they can swim. :)
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2010  Professional Photographer
I should test my Hysterocrates sp. As I know these theraphosid spiders can dive in the water.
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Cyberfish Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ah I forget something:

@nature protection: In North Germany. ;) In Poland too?
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