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_scorpio_

UK spider ID

Found this odd little spider today, unfortunately I was spraying gunk out of a car windscreen with brake cleaner, so it wasn’t very happy when it fell out. It appeared to be dead shortly after and was death curled, but has moved since so may pull through. What is it?

UK spider ID
_scorpio_, Feb 15, 2018
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    • _scorpio_
      I cannot work out how to upload any pictures. I have tried several URL conversion sites and image hosting and it will not work. What am i doing wrong??
    • Ungoliant
      @_scorpio_ Just upload directly to Arachnoboards instead of going through a third party image host.

      1. In the top menu bar, click "Gallery."
      2. Select the relevant image category from the menu on the left.
      3. Click "Add Media" (near the upper-right corner).
      4. Select "Upload an image from your files" (should be selected by default).
      5. Click "Upload Image."
      6. Select the image file on your computer or phone.
      7. Add a title (preferably including the scientific species name) and description.
      8. Click "Save Media."

      How to embed images in forum posts:
      1. Open the image (in Arachnoboards) that you want to embed.
      2. Copy the code in "Share BB (With Thumbnail) Code" or "Share BB GALLERY Code." (Both of these options allow the user to click the image for a link to the source.)
      3. Paste the code where you want the image to be in your forum post.

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  • Category:
    Other Spiders
    Uploaded By:
    _scorpio_
    Date:
    Feb 15, 2018
    View Count:
    445
    Comment Count:
    12

    EXIF Data

    File Size:
    1.5 MB
    Mime Type:
    image/jpeg
    Width:
    3264px
    Height:
    2448px
    Aperture:
    f/2.2
    Make:
    Apple
    Model:
    iPhone 6
    Date / Time:
    2018:02:15 11:47:51
    Exposure Time:
    1/573 sec
    ISO Speed Rating:
    ISO 32
    Focal Length:
    4.15 mm
     

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