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jumping spider

Telamonia masinloc


This jumper once confused me with my previous jumping spider spotting. At first glance they look identical. Watching carefully I noticed their legs structure are different. Though the stripes of their heads are the same, the body stripes are in reverse. This specimen is a male.


Every forested and cultivated lowland and highland, open grassland.


I'm glad that my Dad keeps most part of our land protected and untilled so I can study and enteract with wildlife and compare them with those in other habitat. And of course give these creations a safer refuge.

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1 Comment

KarenL 10 years ago

Another great photo! How fantastic that you have your own "wildlife refuge"! It is amazing how much benefit to wildlife there can be from just leaving a small patch of land uncultivated.

Roxas City, Capiz, Philippines

Spotted on Jun 27, 2011
Submitted on Apr 9, 2012

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