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Size:8-9mm. Probably a male Sp. Black/bluish black. Long front legs.
Tropical forest area.
Any help with the ID is appreciated!
It was quite a big one too. It indeed tried to scare me off by spreading its front legs and trying to look bigger. I haven't seen many territorial jumpers but it was certainly one. After a few attempts it understood that I was not going to leave it alone and only then it co-operated.. :-)
That is one scary looking spider! Nice photo!!!
Thanks Ashish.. :-)
Great Macro work...
Crazy pic! Love the details.
Spotted on Mar 5, 2011 Submitted on Sep 1, 2011