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Tan Jumping spider (female)

Platycryptus Undatus


A large Jumper. Females are gray and have swirly designs on their abdomens. Males are much smaller and have long front legs. They also have black streaks across their body. Can be seen in tree cracks or holes in the ground. Also be seen hunting near water waiting for their food which are other insects mostly.


Wet areas when hunting. Live in tree cracks or holes. Densely planted areas are also a good start.

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Prineet the frog
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Prineet the frog

Texas, USA

Spotted on Mar 26, 2016
Submitted on Mar 27, 2016

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