More Examples of Baby Spiders

I’ve been looking at the results of my pipeline to combine the many classifications we get for each Planet Four: Terrains subject (CTX subimage) and also the subjects you’ve marked with Talk hashtags in preparation for picking a list of final targets for the HiRISE seasonal campaign. I thought I would share with you some great examples of images with baby spiders that I  found. If you’re having a hard time identifying spiders from baby spiders or a channel network, here’s some advice from our site guide:

  • Legs longer than the size of the center pit: It’s a spider
  • Only a pit or has tiny legs shorter than the size of the center pit: It’s a baby spider
  • No discernible pit and no centralized pattern but more grid or network like: It is a channel network

Gallery of Subjects With Baby Spiders – click an image below to get the slide show – Enjoy!

 

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