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Argiope bruennichi (Araneae: Araneidae), in the last years this specie became very common in Central Europe. In Poland it is still protected.
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Soultrip69 Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I have spiders much like this one in my garden every year. Except the ones around here have a black pattern on their backs that looks like a skull. Very closely related species though, I believe.
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2013  Professional Photographer
Probably Argiope aurantia. This species is native to Northern America.
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Soultrip69 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
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This is a shot of the spider here. Found her in my garden with a massive web built.
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Ishtaromen Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2011
MNÓSTWO ich znajduję na mojej działce (nie mylić z mieszczańskim teren wypadowo-rekreacyjnym) w Borach Tucholskich.

Spotkałam się z następującą ich nazwą: tygrzyk paskowany. Poprawna...?
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2011  Professional Photographer
Dokładnie. Bardzo ciekawy gatunek, jeszcze kilka lat temu dość rzadki (i nadal pod ochroną).
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Dunadan-from-Bag-End Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Hehe, ktoś mi kiedys powiedział: "foć tygrzyki, foć póki można! bo za parę lat znowu znikną" ;-) ciekawa sprawa z tymi tygrzykami w sumie...
Świetne zdjęcie. Trochę mało kontrastowe ale jest dobrze :-)
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:icondark-raptor:
Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Photographer
Sfotografowane przy bardzo słabym świetle, stąd kiepsko z kontrastami.

Jeśli wierzyć niektórym specjalistom, to raczej czeka nas poważne oziębienie klimatu i wtedy rzeczywiście będzie z nimi kiepsko. A jak na razie notowane są już na Litwie :D
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Dunadan-from-Bag-End Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Też słyszałem poważne opinie że globalne ocieplenie klimatu przyniesie nam oziębienie. Mnie tam nie przeszkadza, lubię zimę. Co do tygrzyków - miałem raczej na myśli to że one tak okresowo co jakieś chyba 10 lat się tak masowo pojawiają... potem na parę lat znikają i znowu... gdzieś jakieś wykresy z 30-40 lat widziałem. Ciekawa sprawa.
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Photographer
W sumie nie wiem jak jest u nich z "cyklicznością". Znajomy robił monografię dotyczącą rozmieszczenia tygrzyka w Polsce i raczej był tylko jeden wyraźny wzrost - kilka ostatnich lat i opanowanie północnych obszarów kraju. Jeśli wystę;puje cykliczność cieplejszego klimatu w takim okresie (zdaje się, że cykl plam słonecznych to ok. 10-11 lat) to może i takie zjawisko zachodzi. Niestety nie śledziłem tego problemu od tej strony.

Ja bym na oziębienie jednak ponarzekał, będzie mniej zwierzaków do upolowania w makro ;)
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Dunadan-from-Bag-End Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Zwierzaków? ;-) masz pewnie na myśli owady :D ja kocham owady ale lubię też ptaki a zima i focenie ptaków bardzo się lubią :D Oziębienie oziębieniem a póki co pojawiają się u nas południowe gatunki. Nie wiem czy słyszałeś o jakimś gatunku południowej osy spostrzeżonym w okolicach Lasów Spalskich - moje okolice ;-)
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Photographer
Fakt, zimą sikory są bardzo fotogeniczne :)

Tak, z południa przylazło do nas ostatnio bardzo dużo gatunków. Znam kilkanaście gatunków chrząszczy i przedstawicieli innych grup owadów, które przedostały się z południa, bądź zwiększają w naszym kraju zasięg. Niestety, jednocześnie zanikają u nas gatunki borealne. A szkoda, bo niektóre są bardzo ciekawe.
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PaganFireSnake Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008  Professional Photographer
Gorgeous spider and awesome capture.:)
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:icondark-raptor:
Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Photographer
Thank you :)
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Skrzydlaty Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008
Jest piękny...u nas chyba najpiękniejszy :)

Dotychczas spotkałem go tylko 3 razy w życiu i tylko raz na tej jego charakterystycznej pajęczynie...w tym raz byłem świadkiem, jak ktoś go zabił :/
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Photographer
Auć... to podpada pod pewną ustawę...
W każdym razie gatunek jest coraz pospolitszy. Znam miejsca gdzie można natknąć się na dziesiątki egzemplarzy. Na działce mamy co roku przynajmniej 5-6 sztuk.

Do pięknych pająków z pewnością zaliczyłbym przedstawicieli rodzaju Heliophanus, o metalicznym ubarwieniu. Niestety są strasznie małe.
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LemnosExplorer Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008  Professional Artist
:clap: this is very good shot, never managed to shot it with this web in background :D

is is soft flash or no flash at all ? nice exposure
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:icondark-raptor:
Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Photographer
Thank you :)

No, we used here natural light only.
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Vyntresser Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
:fear: !! awesome shot!
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:icondark-raptor:
Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Photographer
Thank you :)
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Vyntresser Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
:nod:
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DarthSpikeinator Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Wonderful picture!

I was lucky to photograph one of those too ^__^

They're also still protected in Belgium! :)
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Photographer
Thanks :)

Yes, they were very rare in our part of Europe, but with climate changes they are more common. I expect that in next few years they protection will be cancelled and we will be able to keep them as pets.
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ravenend Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008
lovely. here in india it's called a Signature Spider, for it's signature like web near it's legs.
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Photographer
:)

There are many species in this genus. In Southern Europe there is also A. lobata which makes different type of webs.
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Izaaaaa Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008  Professional General Artist
AMAZING capture!!! Beautiful!!! :jawdrop:
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Photographer
Thank you :)
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roschel Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
is the spider protected or its food? ^^
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Photographer
Spider, spider :D

In Poland only one Orthoptera specie is protected - Gampsocleis glabra.
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barkecik Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008  Student Photographer
Oooo nawet nie wiedziałem że ten pająk jest u nas chroniony.
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Photographer
Niespodzianka :D Co ciekawe, nie wie tego bardzo wiele osób. Niestety bezkręgowce nie cieszą się w świecie dużym mirem. Co innego orka lub panda.
Na szczęście gatunek robi się coraz popularniejszy, więc może w przyszłości zdejmą jego ochronę.
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Tazzy- Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008  Professional Photographer
Very nice shot! This looks very much like the Banded Argiope Spider here in the US that is fairly common.
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HKDP Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008
My favorite spider! Sadly I see very few of them around my area anymore... :(
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:icondark-raptor:
Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Photographer
Another reason for you to visit Europe ;) :D
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HKDP Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008
You paying for the flight??? :rofl:
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Photographer
;)

I'm looking for a bank to robber. After buing Nikkor's 14-24/2.8, 24-70/2.8, 70-200/2.8, 200-400/4, PC-E, fisheye, micro 60/2.8, few prime lenses and D3 with D700 I should be able to spare some money on your ticket :D :D :D
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HKDP Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2008
What...not D3x??? [link] (Note the price! :D )
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2008  Professional Photographer
Too many mpx's. I can't imagine how much time I would spend working on 75MB (or more) raw files :D :D :D
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HKDP Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2008
Wonder what the transfer rate is if the camera is teathered directly to a computer and used as an image capture node. S...L...O...W... :sleep:
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2008  Professional Photographer
This is the reason why I never use it.

I've just found this gallery:
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I'm must think more about reversed lenses.
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Kazzle Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008   Photographer
Wasp spiders are stunning, I wish i was better at finding these in the UK.
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Dark-Raptor Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008  Professional Photographer
As I know they are very rare in UK. But luckily they should be more common in the upcoming years.
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Kazzle Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2008   Photographer
I've heard they are coming back with a vengeance. A few of my photographer friends here in the UK seem to be very good at finding them, I'll have to tag a long more often.
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pharaoxp Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
great shot! :)
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