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  1. Paraphidippus fartilis

    Paraphidippus fartilis

    Paraphidippus fartilis
  2. Paraphidippus fartilis

    Paraphidippus fartilis

    Paraphidippus fartilis
  3. Green jumping spider

    Green jumping spider

    This little "mopsus mormon" was my work buddy today, spent most of the day on my left knee while I drove an excavator.
  4. P.regius female

    P.regius female

  5. P.regius eggs

    P.regius eggs

  6. Jumping Spider ID Request [6/6]

    Jumping Spider ID Request [6/6]

  7. Jumping Spider ID Request [5/6]

    Jumping Spider ID Request [5/6]

    Feasting on a fruity meal
  8. Jumping Spider ID Request [4/6]

    Jumping Spider ID Request [4/6]

    Here’s the little jumper stalking a fruit fly
  9. Jumping Spider ID Request [3/6]

    Jumping Spider ID Request [3/6]

  10. Jumping Spider ID Request [2/6]

    Jumping Spider ID Request [2/6]

  11. Jumping Spider ID Request [1/6]

    Jumping Spider ID Request [1/6]

    Hi everyone, I caught this little jumping spider about a month ago. Any idea what species it is, I have no clue ?
  12. phidippus sp. surprise!

    phidippus sp. surprise!

    Always wanted one, and opened up one of my terrariums and this little guy popped out having taken up residence!
  13. Local jumping spider

    Local jumping spider

  14. Local jumping spider

    Local jumping spider

  15. Local Jumping spider

    Local Jumping spider

  16. Spider Lyssomanes viridis-7355.JPG

    Spider Lyssomanes viridis-7355.JPG

    Lyssomanes viridis, ~ 5mm diagonal leg span, tiny little thing.
  17. Spider Lyssomanes viridis-7365.JPG

    Spider Lyssomanes viridis-7365.JPG

    A second Lyssomanes viridis, this one's legs are all intact. ~ 5mm diagonal leg span.
  18. Spider Lyssomanes viridis-7274.JPG

    Spider Lyssomanes viridis-7274.JPG

    Magnolia Green Jumping Spider, Lyssomanes viridis, ~5mm diagonal leg span, found on a Fatsia plant this morning. Adult males have huge chelicerae, not sure if this is a female or if their sexual dimorphism isn't evident when they are juveniles. This species is known for having a moving retina.
  19. 3D Jumping Spider Male

    3D Jumping Spider Male

    3D Jumping Spider Male
  20. chubs JS.jpg

    chubs JS.jpg

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