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Jumping Spider

Description:

Has 4 visible big, black spots, on either the cephalothorax or abdomen. Less than one inch long, rest of body is hazel brownish.

Habitat:

Cities, suburban areas, parks, old and abandoned buildings.

Notes:

I found this crawling in my house, on a rice pot thing. It camouflaged with my dining table!

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2 Comments

Richard Ong
Richard Ong 2 years ago

from your description and blurry photo... im guessing thats a male Common housefly catcher (Plexippus petersi). does it look anything like this one in the link.? https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=...

EntomologyForKids
EntomologyForKids 2 years ago

It’s so late right now... better read Bart Coppens ‘s moth breeding guides.

EntomologyForKids
Spotted by
EntomologyForKids

Laguna, Philippines

Spotted on Sep 6, 2019
Submitted on Sep 8, 2019

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