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± 8 mm
looks like Servaea vestita
Araneae; Salticidae; Salticinae; Euophryini
Jumping spider, Salticidae. About 1cm
The spider is eating the larva of a leafhopper.------------------------
A beautiful multicolored jumping spider possibly a
± 12 mm - jumper spider - could be pregnant
± 7 mm jumping spider with plant hopper prey
Tiny jumping spider (0.5cm) with it's lunch!
A well camouflaged tree trunk jumper...probably Menemerus
A big jumper. About 8-9mm. Brown, white and orange patches all over the body.
. Not fully grown. Probably a female sp.
Size: About 7-8mm. Black in color. White bristles of hair on the forehead and ...
A big jumper! Size: 10-11mm. Dark brown patches on the head. Light ...
Size: 4-5mm. Sub-adult specimen. Translucent yellow. Orange and brown patches ...
Size: 7-8mm. Brown/Yellowish brown in color. Feeding on a beetle probably. Not ...
Jumping spider predating in a Baleja sp. ...
Probably the female sp. under the family ...
Salticidae (jumping spiders): ...
Small black spider with red and white abdomen
Hyllus is a genus of the spider family
This tiny jumping spider had built it's web inside a rolled up river birch leaf.
Jumping spider visiting the porch during lunch on Sunday.
Spoted at Serra da Baitaca's State Park (Quatro Barras, Paraná, Brazil)
Female Myrmarachne in her nest..
Great black ant mimicing....females are almost in disguise. ...
Small green jumping spider.
Quite a large female sp. About 9mm. ...
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