salticidae

  1. Plexippus paykulli

    Plexippus paykulli

    Pantropical jumping spider - Adult female
  2. Little helper

    Little helper

    This little dude thought I needed a hand cleaning the back of my tv
  3. Evarcha albaria (L. Koch, 1878)

    Evarcha albaria (L. Koch, 1878)

    distributed in East Asia
  4. Evarcha albaria (L. Koch, 1878)

    Evarcha albaria (L. Koch, 1878)

    distributed in East Asia
  5. Sitticus fasciger

    Sitticus fasciger

    Chillin' on my hand...only in the picture.
  6. Phidippus regius AF

    Phidippus regius AF

  7. Phidippus regius AF

    Phidippus regius AF

  8. Phidippus regius AF

    Phidippus regius AF

  9. Phidippus regius AF

    Phidippus regius AF

    My fat girlie lol
  10. P. Audax

    P. Audax

    My sweet female ..
  11. Phidippus Regius Male

    Phidippus Regius Male

  12. Blurry jumpers

    Blurry jumpers

    I caught two jumping spiders but don't have them identified. It's this one and my profile pic so they're the same species.
  13. Phidippus regius MM

    Phidippus regius MM

  14. Phidippus regius MM

    Phidippus regius MM

    My beautiful boy Bjorn.
  15. Big appetite

    Big appetite

    Shes so pretty
  16. Phiddipus regius

    Phiddipus regius

    Getting big, little beast
  17. Tiny P. audax spiderling

    Tiny P. audax spiderling

  18. Really fat or gravid?

    Really fat or gravid?

    I found this fat-butt jumper outside my housing hanging around the garage light. I found at least one source that said having orange markings means it's immature, but it's seriously so fat!!
  19. Tan Jumper

    Tan Jumper

    handsome and very curious mature male
  20. Baby jumpers

    Baby jumpers

    Don't really have anything to feed them going to turn them loose but was very cool to see them
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