Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Hitel California

Igen, nem Hotel, Hitel... mert eddig hittel voltam :P
So this post will be somewhat different from those I have posted previously. I have just learned by a happy coincidence, there are many guys mainly nature photographers watch my blog. Unfortunately I made a decision 3 years ago, to try embrace the Hungarian amateur arachnologists fulfilling their hunger for knowledge and images by writing in Hungarian.
However I will post in English from now on, and would encourage my co-writer people to do the same (Peter ich moechte dich bieten, am Deutsch zu schreiben).
However this is not enforced, only suggested.

Now as I reached the thousand character limit let me present an image instead the next 1000 words... This is also part of a California guess game.
Any second guesser will resulted in an additional image. In a week I'll let you know. Your rewards will be the images. A guess is counted if there is an argument for your guess... Guessed taxa must be at least family level.



Szabó Zoltán said...

Gondoltam, hogy nem lesz ide sok komment valahogy, nekem teszik az ötlet :D
(Ha ezt angolul kellett volna postolom, sorry ^^)

Koka said...


Hát én kihagynám az angol nyelven való posztolást, mert angolról magyarra csak-csak (szótár és hasonlók segítségével). Viszont igen kicsi az angol tudásom, nem külömben az angol szókincsem, igy aztán semmi jó nem sülne ki belöle.

Zoltán said...

One day I'll return too. :-)


Szeri György said...

first of all, im started to checking wich Mygalomorph spiders could live there(CA), with google picture-searhing, and i found a lot of results for Calisoga spp. but of course,its nothing for identify this spider on the image,so i checked that its fit what i assume or not.
Location: CA is right.
Color: there are more form, but golden brown one of that,its possible.
Carapace(most important now for identify): deep tranverse fovea,"eye hill" slighty elevated,carapace is hairy.
eyes:clustered on low central mound.
legs are densely hairy, and anterior and posterior legs approximately same size/length (like at most of Nemesiidae)
so in my opinion this is a Calisoga sp. adult male (probably longitarsus or thevenetti,but the last is less frequently seen.

Szeri György

Szabó Zoltán said...

More comment like this one!!

Szűts Tamás said...

@KOKA: ahogy uri kedved ohajtja, pusztan csak ajanlas volt.

Szűts Tamás said...

"Look what the cat's brought in".
@Hawk: Welcome in the blog.
Being the first and yet the only who actually made comment on what has been requested, you are rewarded with an additional photo.
friendly note: it is worth to read a couple of descriptions for English terminology (like eye tubercle).

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