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    Unfortunately I missed the action as I saw this small fly land in the spiders web whilst watering my hanging baskets , the spider immediately pounced on the fly and began killing it and there was a bit of a struggle , I rushed into the house to get the camera gear but when I returned it was all over and the fly had been killed, wrapped up and left hanging vertically in the web ready for later.
    Small House Fly by Steve Dawes, on Flickr
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    Good detail Steve.

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    Default Re: Captured Fly

    Thanks Bill
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    Nature can sure be cruel sometimes - but, good capture Steve.
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    Default Re: Captured Fly

    Well caught Steve, nice detail
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    Default Re: Captured Fly

    Excellent detail all round

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    Thanks Chip , Trev and Paul
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    Default Re: Captured Fly

    Great capture with plenty of detail
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    Well taken Steve

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