I love the shot, and had no clue as to the stationary nature of that spider, and nor did I make the comment as a derision, more as a funny. I guess the humor escaped you. What program are you using to do your stacks. That's probably the cleanest 10 stack I've seen in awhile.
Okay, fair enough. Actually, there really are some cruel people, who really do "glue" subjects down ... which I thought you were accusing me of ... which I guess is why I didn't see the humor (I love nature, so do not hurt anything to photograph it).
That said, thank you very much & glad you like the photo. I too was surprised at how clean it came out, as I did not have to "touch up" any blurred traces afterward at all. That is what is so cool about crab spiders
I use Adobe CS5 for my stacks. It tends to work best on < 20 images, but bogs down at higher stacking frequencies. Most people use Zerene for huge numbers of images involving 2x-5x + magnification and, yes, very oftentimes dead subjects.