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rudy

O. bimaculoides
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Only could get his front side on this shoot. He was verry curious with the camera!

Any ideas?
 

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rudy

O. bimaculoides
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Definately has spots like a bimac but no blue. His head also has a numch of pimple like spots that stick up. (sorry that is the only way I can explain them.
One other thing I noticed as he sometimes get a white line down his head.
 
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DrBatty

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his long long arms indicate that he might be an abdopus aculeatus.....alo, the white stripe is something aculeatus is prone to doing. :smile:
 
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DrBatty

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rudy;86103 said:
I think you nailed it. I read some old post and the hair like pimples are him to a tee. Is a 75 o.k. for one?

75 should be fine. They don't get to be very large.
 
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