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whatthefauna:

The sequined (or mirror) spider has silvery patches covering its abdomen. Because the speckles reflect and scatter light, they may make the spider harder for predators to see. Amazingly, the patches with change in size depending on the spider’s level of agitation.

Image credit: Andrew Ker

Thwaitesia nigronodosa (Theridiidae)

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jaded-mandarin:

Marten van Valckenborch the Elder. Detail from The Tower of Babel, 1595.

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do-not-touch-my-food:

Lavender & Rosemary Steak

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clemmycloo:

never let this die

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archewill:

this is so nice

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wickedclothes:

Reclaimed Lightbulb Terrarium

Inside of this reclaimed lightbulb lies sand, seashells, assorted pebbles, and marimo, otherwise known as Japanese moss balls. Marimo, a prized plant in Japan, is grown underwater and requires only low light and water to thrive. Rests on a driftwood base. Sold on Etsy.

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nevver:

Thousand mile long shadows

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