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Green mandibles, hairy, black with white spots on abdomen.
drpal,any possibility you can help Id this?http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/171...Thanks in advance!
:) yeah thanks again 4 your help
Happy to help. It's amazing what you can figure out with a little patience and perseverance. I've learned so much from browsing bugguide.net, field guides, university Web sites, etc. Looking through the Project Noah pictures has been an education all by itself, and interacting with amateurs and experts is a real treat. I hope you enjoy being a part of Project Noah.
Wow really cool.. Thanks 4 info
The bold jumping spider, or regal jumping spider, is supposed to be a common jumping spider found in Florida. In addition to the bugguide reference I suggested above, have a look at this reference from the University of Florida:http://entomology.ifas.ufl.edu/creatures...Hope this helps.
interesting spotting asv629,congrats,thanks for sharing and welcome to Project Noah :-)I hope you like the site us much we do,there are many features you can explore,first you should read the http://www.projectnoah.org/faq where you have all the "rules" of Project Noah :-)You have also a blog http://blog.projectnoah.org/ where we post articles from our best specialists in the diferents areas and also storys of wildlife "adventures" from our most knowened users.There are also the chats for elp in the id process and to comment your's and other's spottings.Attention when join local missions http://www.projectnoah.org/missions they have a range that is in the mission map,see first that before join.you only can submit spotting in a mission if the photos where taken inside the mission range.Enjoy your self,see you arround :-)
Cool... Thanks :)
I would guess you have a Jumping Spider there
Spotted on Feb 9, 2013 Submitted on Feb 10, 2013
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