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    Was probably not going to be a happy ending to this tale.
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    Much better shots than mine

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    That's because I was stood in front of it with my camera in the way.
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    Aw, that's so sad for such a beautiful insect (though such good pics) ..

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    What you don't see, Catherine, is that there were thousands of them about (I couldn't get a shot that showed that properly) - they really wouldn't miss the odd one, and anyway, I love spiders and they need to eat!

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