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Juvenile Phidippus

Description:

I think this is a juvenile Phidippus sp. My sisters found it on our trampoline and I put it in a small container and brought it inside for pictures. After shooting for a while, I fed it a cricket, then let it go. It was very cooperative and groomed most of the time I was photographing it instead of trying to run away. The colors on the fangs and abdomen were stunning!

Habitat:

Urban; found on our trampoline.

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8 Comments

Jack Settle
Jack Settle 8 years ago

Thank you! He definitely was!

staccyh
staccyh 8 years ago

Absolutely fantastic photos!! This is a cute little dude :)

Jack Settle
Jack Settle 8 years ago

Thank you Larry!

LarryGraziano
LarryGraziano 8 years ago

Lovely shot Jack!

Jack Settle
Jack Settle 8 years ago

Thanks! This one was more cooperative than others that I've tried to photograph and pretty much just groomed itself the whole time.

SharniM
SharniM 8 years ago

It's pretty cute. I love the photos you've taken of it. :3

Jack Settle
Jack Settle 8 years ago

Thank you Jemma!

Hema  Shah
Hema Shah 8 years ago

awesome Jack!

Jack Settle
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Jack Settle

Bartlesville, Oklahoma, USA

Spotted on Sep 1, 2013
Submitted on Sep 3, 2013

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