Jumping Spiders of the World
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With cat like grace, agility and Teddy Bearish charms bellying their formidable predatory instincts, the jumping spiders of the Family Salticidae are one of the most important predators of the crawling kingdom, ceaselessly stalking their prey on house walls, in leaf litter and the undergrowth the world over. From the humble Grey wall jumpers patiently stalking flies in our homes to the famous Bagheera kiplingi, an almost vegan wonder among the largely vampiric and ghoulish world of tissue and plama feeders, bring forth your jumping spider photographs.
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