Nature Is Not Always Kind

A bee falls prey to a Yellow Crab Spider (Misumena vatia). In a natural state, these spiders are white or cream colored but have the ability to change their appearance to yellow 'at-will' when needed. For this reason they are often referred to as Goldenrod Spiders.

Folder: MacroPhotography

Uploaded: Aug 3, 2016

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Tags: macro, macrophotography, nature, spider, arachnid, bee, insect, yellow

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published 10 months ago
HarryYale
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electronjohn

electronjohn

posted 10 months ago

Awesome shot Harry! How long did you have to wait to get it? Or did you get lucky like that spider?

arienne2833

arienne2833

posted 10 months ago

Wow..what great information. I had no idea a spider could change it's colour!