Finally we found this beautiful spider in our garden. It`s a female wasp spider (Argiope bruennichi); the male spiders are much smaller.
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- Summer impressions (part 4): Sometimes even small animals cast a long shadow
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- Summer impressions (part2): Hungry Bumble Bees
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