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Garden Jumping Spider

Opisthoncus sp.


After having a closer look, I noticed that this spider had the black colour covering it's head. This was different to the other spider that I thought was a realy Garden Jumping Spider. So if any one knows for sure that this little guy is, feel free to let me know. I love little jumping spiders. They are always interested in what you are doing. :)

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1 Comment

textless 10 years ago

Jumping spiders are really fun. Nice pictures!

Craig Stone
Spotted by
Craig Stone

4157, Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Jul 17, 2011
Submitted on Oct 9, 2011

Spotted for Mission

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