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Tiny little colorful spider
Found resting over a leaf of pineapple plant,Moist and humid enviornment with shade
HI Viraj you might want to add your spotting to this mission https://10-dot-proj-noah.appspot.com/mis...
I have added one more image. Kindly check if it helps to ID this species.
I change it to arthropods category for you :-)
Those are very cool colors on the spider.
Do you have any other picture of it?Might be a Chrysilla sp., similar to Chrysilla lauta. But these spiders are sometimes quite tricky to ID.
Thanks for your valuable comments @triggsturner and AntonioGinjaGinja
Welcome Viraj. That's a beautiful little jumping spider. I dont know the exact species sorry, but you have caught it very nicely in your image.
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Spotted on Mar 28, 2019 Submitted on Mar 28, 2019
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