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Ogre-faced Spider (Deinopis sp) do not wait passively for an insect to fall into their web, instead, they cast sticky nets, La Selva Biological Station, Costa Rica  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00298203 Ogre-faced Spider (Deinopis sp) do not wait passively for an insect to fall into their web, instead, they cast sticky nets, La Selva Biological Station, Costa Rica© Piotr Naskrecki
Marbled Orb Weaver (Araneus marmoreus) among foliage, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00771200 Marbled Orb Weaver (Araneus marmoreus) among foliage, England© Stephen Dalton
Marbled Orb Weaver (Araneus marmoreus) spinning web between twigs, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00771198 Marbled Orb Weaver (Araneus marmoreus) spinning web between twigs, England© Stephen Dalton
Cucumber Spider (Araneus cucurbitina) spinning silk  -  Stephen Dalton
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00770902 Cucumber Spider (Araneus cucurbitina) spinning silk© Stephen Dalton
Silkworm (Bombyx mori) larva spinning cocoon  -  Stephen Dalton
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00770717 Silkworm (Bombyx mori) larva spinning cocoon© Stephen Dalton
Chinese Oak Silk Moth (Antheraea pernyi) larva spinning cocoon  -  Stephen Dalton
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00770600 Chinese Oak Silk Moth (Antheraea pernyi) larva spinning cocoon© Stephen Dalton
Silkworm (Bombyx mori) larva spinning cocoon before pupating  -  Stephen Dalton
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00770505 Silkworm (Bombyx mori) larva spinning cocoon before pupating© Stephen Dalton
Bulldog Ant (Myrmecia gulosa) worker covering larva with pebbles to help it spin its silken coccoon, eastern Australia  -  Mark Moffett
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00751120 Bulldog Ant (Myrmecia gulosa) worker covering larva with pebbles to help it spin its silken coccoon, eastern Australia© Mark Moffett
Longjawed Orb Weaver (Nephilengys cruentata) spinning web with silk, Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique
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00586024 Longjawed Orb Weaver (Nephilengys cruentata) spinning web with silk, Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique© Piotr Naskrecki
Longjawed Orb Weaver (Nephilengys cruentata) spinning web with silk, Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique
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00586023 Longjawed Orb Weaver (Nephilengys cruentata) spinning web with silk, Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique© Piotr Naskrecki
Ogrefaced Spider (Deinopis sp) making web, Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar
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00572447 Ogrefaced Spider (Deinopis sp) making web, Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar© Paul Bertner
Looper Moth (Geometridae) caterpillar spinning cocoon, Udzungwa Mountains National Park, Tanzania
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00572017 Looper Moth (Geometridae) caterpillar spinning cocoon, Udzungwa Mountains National Park, Tanzania© Paul Bertner
Spiny Spider (Gasteracantha falcicornis) spinning web, Kibale National Reserve, Uganda  -  Ch'ien Lee
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00518974 Spiny Spider (Gasteracantha falcicornis) spinning web, Kibale National Reserve, Uganda© Chien Lee
Ogre-faced Spider (Deinopis sp) in rainforest, Costa Rica  -  Michael & Patricia Fogden
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00511342 Ogre-faced Spider (Deinopis sp) in rainforest, Costa Rica© Michael & Patricia Fogden
Orb-weaver Spider (Araneidae) spinnerets spinning silk with back legs guiding, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00482589 Orb-weaver Spider (Araneidae) spinnerets spinning silk with back legs guiding, England© Stephen Dalton
Green Tree Ant (Oecophylla smaragdina) holding silk-producing larva in its jaws and weaving the larva's silk to bind leaves for the colony's treetop nest, Daintree, Queensland, Australia  -  Mark Moffett
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00479837 Green Tree Ant (Oecophylla smaragdina) holding silk-producing larva in its jaws and weaving the larva's silk to bind leaves for the colony's treetop nest, Daintree, Queensland, Australia© Mark Moffett
Green Tree Ant (Oecophylla smaragdina) holding silk-producing larva in its jaws and weaving the larva's silk to bind leaves for the colony's treetop nest, Daintree, Queensland, Australia  -  Mark Moffett
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00479836 Green Tree Ant (Oecophylla smaragdina) holding silk-producing larva in its jaws and weaving the larva's silk to bind leaves for the colony's treetop nest, Daintree, Queensland, Australia© Mark Moffett
Giant Wood Spider (Nephila maculata) male spinning web on female to make sure he does not fall off, Papua New Guinea  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00477055 Giant Wood Spider (Nephila maculata) male spinning web on female to make sure he does not fall off, Papua New Guinea© Piotr Naskrecki
Garden Spider (Araneus diadematus) using palps to control silk while buidling web, UK  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452867 Garden Spider (Araneus diadematus) using palps to control silk while buidling web, UK© Stephen Dalton
Garden Spider (Araneus diadematus) using palp to control silk coming from spinneret for web building, UK  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452866 Garden Spider (Araneus diadematus) using palp to control silk coming from spinneret for web building, UK© Stephen Dalton
Four Spot Orb Weaver (Araneus quadratus) close up of spinnerets weaving a web, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452859 Four Spot Orb Weaver (Araneus quadratus) close up of spinnerets weaving a web, England© Stephen Dalton
Orb-weaver Spider (Mangora acalypha) building web, Sussex, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452683 Orb-weaver Spider (Mangora acalypha) building web, Sussex, England© Stephen Dalton
Marbled Orb Weaver (Araneus marmoreus) building web, Sussex, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452678 Marbled Orb Weaver (Araneus marmoreus) building web, Sussex, England© Stephen Dalton
Marbled Orb Weaver (Araneus marmoreus) building web, Sussex, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452677 Marbled Orb Weaver (Araneus marmoreus) building web, Sussex, England© Stephen Dalton
Four Spot Orb Weaver (Araneus quadratus) spinnerets spinning silk, Sussex, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452669 Four Spot Orb Weaver (Araneus quadratus) spinnerets spinning silk, Sussex, England© Stephen Dalton
Wasp Spider (Argiope bruennichi) spinnerets spinning silk, Sussex, England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452665 Wasp Spider (Argiope bruennichi) spinnerets spinning silk, Sussex, England© Stephen Dalton
Spider research, a computer simulation of a Spider spinning its web is seen behind a live Spider in its web, University of Aarhus, Denmark  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240554 Spider research, a computer simulation of a Spider spinning its web is seen behind a live Spider in its web, University of Aarhus, Denmark© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Garden Spider (Araneus sp) spinning a Fly it has caught in its web, native to Europe  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240538 Garden Spider (Araneus sp) spinning a Fly it has caught in its web, native to Europe© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Garden Spider (Araneus sp) spinning a Fly it has caught in its web, native to Europe  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240534 Garden Spider (Araneus sp) spinning a Fly it has caught in its web, native to Europe© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Garden Spider (Araneus sp) spinning a Fly it has caught in its web, native to Europe  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240533 Garden Spider (Araneus sp) spinning a Fly it has caught in its web, native to Europe© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Mabel Orchard Spider (Leucauge venusta) on web, North America  -  Tim Fitzharris
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00176584 Mabel Orchard Spider (Leucauge venusta) on web, North America© Tim Fitzharris
Puna Flamingo (Phoenicopterus jamesi) colony and dust devil, caused by temperature contrast ranging from night-time -25 degrees celsius to daytime +20 degrees Celsius, Eduardo Avaroa Faunistic Reserve...  -  Tui De Roy
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00143054 Puna Flamingo (Phoenicopterus jamesi) colony and dust devil, caused by temperature contrast ranging from night-time -25 degrees celsius to daytime +20 degrees Celsius, Eduardo Avaroa Faunistic Reserve...© Tui De Roy
Wasp Moth (Ctenuchinae) caterpillar places whorls of its own long stiff hairs around its twig for protection from predatory ants before spinning a cocoon, Peru  -  Mark Moffett
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00127416 Wasp Moth (Ctenuchinae) caterpillar places whorls of its own long stiff hairs around its twig for protection from predatory ants before spinning a cocoon, Peru© Mark Moffett
Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) leaping, Hawaii  -  Flip Nicklin
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00090668 Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) leaping, Hawaii© Flip Nicklin
Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) jumping out of water, Hawaii  -  Flip Nicklin
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00090667 Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) jumping out of water, Hawaii© Flip Nicklin
Caterpillar spinning a cocoon inside an acorn, Massachusetts  -  Mark Moffett
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00090322 Caterpillar spinning a cocoon inside an acorn, Massachusetts© Mark Moffett
Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) jumping, Hawaii  -  Flip Nicklin
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00085386 Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) jumping, Hawaii© Flip Nicklin
Goldenrod Crab Spider (Misumena vatia) with anchoring thread, Belgium
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00552310 Goldenrod Crab Spider (Misumena vatia) with anchoring thread, Belgium© Wim Verhagen/ NIS
Brimstone (Gonepteryx rhamni) caterpillar spinning cocoon, Hessen, Germany  -  Arik Siegel/ NIS
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00541304 Brimstone (Gonepteryx rhamni) caterpillar spinning cocoon, Hessen, Germany© Arik Siegel/ NIS
Wasp Spider (Argiope bruennichi) with male Common Blue Damselfly (Argiope bruennichi) prey in web, Overijssel, Netherlands  -  Alex Huizinga/ NIS
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00540199 Wasp Spider (Argiope bruennichi) with male Common Blue Damselfly (Argiope bruennichi) prey in web, Overijssel, Netherlands© Alex Huizinga/ NIS
Emperor Moth (Saturnia pavonia) caterpillar spinning silk cocoon in Ling Heather (Calluna vulgaris) Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK August  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90675042 Emperor Moth (Saturnia pavonia) caterpillar spinning silk cocoon in Ling Heather (Calluna vulgaris) Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK August© Alex Hyde / NPL
Citrus Swallowtail (Papilio xuthus) caterpillar spinning cocoon, Japan
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00564151 Citrus Swallowtail (Papilio xuthus) caterpillar spinning cocoon, Japan© Ito Fukuo/ Nature Production
Christmas Tree Worm (Spirobranchus giganteus) spinning, 30 feet deep, Papua New Guinea  -  Chris Newbert
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00972686 Christmas Tree Worm (Spirobranchus giganteus) spinning, 30 feet deep, Papua New Guinea© Chris Newbert
Indo-pacific Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops aduncus) jumping, Western Cape, South Africa
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00598374 Indo-pacific Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops aduncus) jumping, Western Cape, South Africa© Richard Du Toit
Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) honey in centrifuge, Germany
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00594164 Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) honey in centrifuge, Germany© Ingo Arndt
Northern White Cedar (Thuja occidentalis) needles spinning in eddy at base of waterfall near Grand Marais, Minnesota, multiple exposures
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00570138 Northern White Cedar (Thuja occidentalis) needles spinning in eddy at base of waterfall near Grand Marais, Minnesota, multiple exposures© Benjamin Olson
Spider spinning web on water surface in cave, Erher Dune, Hadibu, Socotra, Yemen  -  Mark Moffett
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00530737 Spider spinning web on water surface in cave, Erher Dune, Hadibu, Socotra, Yemen© Mark Moffett
Brimstone (Gonepteryx rhamni) caterpillar spinning cocoon, Hessen, Germany  -  Arik Siegel/ NIS
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00541394 Brimstone (Gonepteryx rhamni) caterpillar spinning cocoon, Hessen, Germany© Arik Siegel/ NIS
Long exposure, with intentional camera movement (ICM) to create a spinning view of a coral colony (Acropora sp.). Misool, Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia. Ceram Sea. Tropical West Pacific Ocean.
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90870860 Long exposure, with intentional camera movement (ICM) to create a spinning view of a coral colony (Acropora sp.). Misool, Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia. Ceram Sea. Tropical West Pacific Ocean.©
Three week old Marsh fritillary (Euphydryas aurinia) caterpillars spinning and extending the silken web they have spun over Devil's bit scabious (Succisa pratensis) leaves, their larval food plant...
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90870750 Three week old Marsh fritillary (Euphydryas aurinia) caterpillars spinning and extending the silken web they have spun over Devil's bit scabious (Succisa pratensis) leaves, their larval food plant...©
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