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Magnolia Green Jumper

Lyssomanes viridis


Magnolia Green Jumper spider hanging out on a leaf near the Alabama River.

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Machi 5 years ago

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Machi 5 years ago

You're welcome! ForestDragon identified this same spider for me only a few weeks ago, so it was still fresh in my mind :)

SargonR 5 years ago

Machi, very cool. Thank you much for the ID and the info on this type of spider. Today I learned something new, it was a good day!

Machi 5 years ago

Those other appendages are its jaws and pedipalps. Males of this species have noticeably long jaws. Here is a helpful graphic of a long-jawed orbweaver (different, but it helps explain the appendages):

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Montgomery, Alabama, USA

Spotted on May 17, 2015
Submitted on May 17, 2015

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