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Jumping Spider

Phidippus sp.


Jumping spider

1 Species ID Suggestions

Jumping Spider
Phidippus sp. Genus Phidippus - BugGuide.Net

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ForestDragon 10 years ago

It could be a male Regal Jumper as well. I don't see the iridescent hairs on the abdomen but it could be an angle/light thing.

There is a comparison if you scroll down the page:

I agree with Cindy. This is a tough one.

TKBotting 10 years ago

Looks like a bold jumper to me. Nice one!

kaizokurisu 10 years ago

Cool, thanks!

This MIGHT be the Bold Jumper but I cannot say for certain with these two images. Definitely Phidippus with the green chelicera. Beautiful!

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Bel Aire, Kansas, USA

Spotted on Feb 4, 2014
Submitted on Feb 5, 2014

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