|She is tiny, 2 or, at the most, 3 mm. long, fangs to spinnerets.|
As soon as the flash went off, she woke up and turned to face the camera, head up, front legs waving. As I moved around, trying to get a closer shot, she kept turning with me, challenging me: "Bring it, big One-eye! I'm ready!"
In the staring contest, the camera won. After a half-dozen flashes, she gave up and turned to leave.
|"What's the use? One-eye didn't look good to eat, anyhow!"|
When I went back an hour later, she was gone, back to the cracks and crannies where baby sowbugs hide. There's good eating on a sowbug!
*12 days to go; 17 spider pics. I only have 11.