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Corythalia cf. opima
Try going to wikia.com and go to the "Make an New Wiki" page. On the wiki name Type down "Jumping Spider". The page will show a note that there is already a wiki with the name you typed. That note has a link. Click on the link and you'll be at the website. Hope this helps.
Erik, the link does not work. Please, check the address again, thanks!
Thanks. Also the wiki address is http.//Jumping-Spider.wikia.com. However, you may not start at home page.
Matthew, can you check again, if you have some other pictures Gina asked for for the ID?
Hi, Erik! Thanks for your efforts on Wiki! Would you mind, please, to add a link of your wiki site as a comment here on this spotting, just wondering about your site.
Amazing! Can I use some of your pictures for my growing Jumping Spider wiki?
Amazing orange shade
Welcome! Matthew, I forgot to mention that Gina asked for other pictures mostly of the head, could you, please, take a look an upload all others you have and make a comment, so that I know if you have found more pictures. Thanks!
Thank you, Bayucca and others for your ID help...once again...
Good spotting. The colours are great!
OK, Corythalia as genus is already confirmed! Gina Bodner thinks that it really might be Corythalia opima, but she will check some of her sources to verify and hopefully confirm! I am very happy and pleased, that so much experts are helping us to get the correct ID on Project Noah. Thanks again, Gina!
Salticidae, Euophryinae, Corythalia sp.http://naturecloseups.com/posts/colorful...http://www.flickr.com/photos/80125969@N0...http://salticidae.org/salticid/diagnost/...Corythalia opima could be a match:http://www.flickr.com/photos/29802266@N0...http://salticidae.org/salticid/diagnost/...I try to get a confirmation...Doc, can you just take a quick glance to this one? Do you agree with the genus? Any IDea of the species? What about Corythalia opima?
Yes its a Jumping spider consider adding it to the mission http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1916...
Jumping Spider? It is gorgeous.
Spotted on Feb 23, 2014 Submitted on Feb 23, 2014
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