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Jumping Spider

Epocilla calcarata


This jumper is armed with a powerful front legs in proportion to insects with its size. Its lightweight so it can jump far more compare to other jumpers with its size too.


Tropical forest, higland and lowland, cultivated and populated area.

2 Species ID Suggestions

Atul 9 years ago
Two-Striped Jumping Spider (Male)
Telamonia dimidiata
Jumping Spider
Epocilla calcarata

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Sumukha Javagal 8 years ago

Chunxingwong is right.. Male telemonia dimidiata doesn't have yellow colored legs and their stings are also not yellow in color..:-)

ChunXingWong 8 years ago

This is the male of the Epocilla calcarata -
You can differentiate Telamonia dimidiata and E. calcarata by their legs and faces.

Oh I see , Thanks for the ID Atul.

KarenL 9 years ago

Very nice!

Atul 9 years ago

nice spot shekainahdalaban
this one is also a Two striped jumping Spider , and this one is a Male.

Roxas City, Capiz, Philippines

Spotted on Apr 9, 2012
Submitted on Apr 9, 2012

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