Tag Archives: Dolomedes


Another look at D. triton

Earlier this month while I was in the Devonian Botanical Garden I intersected with an school field-trip class and Shelley Ryan-Hovind. They had captured a fishing spider and I had the opportunity to photograph it while it […]

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Chillin’ Spider

This laid-back fishing spider (Dolomedes triton), was resting on a floating birch branch at the pond edge at the Jan Janzen Nature Centre. I had to add a tele-extender to my macro lens to get it within […]

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Retro: Fishing Spider

(Extracted from Voyages Around My Camera) From my distant film past, a Dolomedes spider photographed in the Wagner Natural Area, Alberta. This is surface level work with an Olympus OM4 and a right-angle viewfinder. The […]

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