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|date of photo Jun 8, 2010
location Squamish (British Columbia, Canada)family Thomisidaeorder Araneaeclass Arachnidahabitat backyard, mixed forest, foxglove (digitalis0 flowernotes It appears that the spider used its pedipalps to hold the bumble bee by its neck, probably while injecting the venom.camera Sony A-100 ISO-80 1/125sec, Minolta macro 100mm f/32 (2X tele conv.) flashphoto category: Animal - Invertebrate-Spider
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Goldenrod Crab Spider, Flower Crab Spider, Flower Spider (photographer)
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