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Jumping Spider

Subtribe Simaethina


Small jumping spider. Cephalothorax is bigger than the abdomen and so is the first pair of legs, kinda reminds me of a crab. It has red, blue, and yellow metallic luster and two white dots on the abdomen.


Found in my garden, a few days later spotted it again.


It's the only time I saw this species and it might be rare. I found an exact photo but it's only classified up to the subtribe level. The closest body shape and coloration I could find is in the genus Simaetha and Heratemita, so I just put it to their subtribe.

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Francis Floe

Iloilo City, Western Visayas, Philippines

Spotted on May 13, 2022
Submitted on Jun 2, 2023

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