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Jumping Spider

Family Salticidae


Small, elongated abdomen and most of its body has a metallic luster coloration.


Found on my egg fruit sapling (tiesa).


There's a population of this species of jumping spider in my ornamental garden, I would only see them on my plants and not anywhere else around the house. I thought identifying this species would be easy due to its dominant characteristics, but I have only seen a few similar photos with no definite conclusion.

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1 Comment

John B.
John B. a year ago

Hi Francis,
I have just posted another spotting of a Jumping Spider just like the one in your spotting. I mentioned your population of this unidentified species in your ornamental garden, because I think it is important to show that it is not just in one area of the Philippines. I hope you do not mind. Regards, John B.

Francis Floe
Spotted by
Francis Floe

Iloilo City, Western Visayas, Philippines

Spotted on Sep 12, 2021
Submitted on Aug 24, 2022

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