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Jumping Spider (♀)

Phidippus tyrrelli


A first for!According to Bug ID, "This is a female P. tyrrelli. These are the first images of a female for this species for the guide that can be positively identified. There are probably other images currently classified in Phidippus that are yet to be identified. This species is found in the Rockies at higher elevations. Would you mind adding the elevation to the info? Great addition of a gorgeous jumper." … Don Cadle, 9 September, 2015 - 9:57am ,Bug guide


Grand Teton National Park,elevation of about 7000 ft.

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Hema  Shah
Hema Shah 7 years ago

She was a beautiful lady! Thanks,Lisa,Mark,Leanna and Kranti.

LeanneGardner 7 years ago

Nice one Hema!

Kranti Dhiman
Kranti Dhiman 7 years ago

Too awesome !!

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 7 years ago

Well done Hema!

LisaPowers 7 years ago

Congrats! Very cool!

Hema  Shah
Hema Shah 7 years ago

A first for Bug!!

Hema  Shah
Hema Shah 7 years ago

P. insignarius.?

Hema  Shah
Hema Shah 7 years ago

Thnx :)

KarenSaxton 7 years ago

adorable jumper!

Hema  Shah
Hema Shah 7 years ago

thnx Dr Sherpa.These are cute indeed.

DrNamgyalT.Sherpa 7 years ago

Bushy bushy nice, Hema!

Hema  Shah
Hema Shah 7 years ago

Thanks James,it is a phiddipus sp. Saw this one way up in Wyoming.

Desmond.E.S.O 7 years ago

Ladybird spider?

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Montana, USA

Spotted on Sep 7, 2015
Submitted on Sep 7, 2015

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