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Jumping Spider

Asemonea Sp. (Tenuipes?)


Size:6mm. Long legged. Transparent yellow/light greenish yellow body. A distinctive white band beneath the anterior median eyes. Frequent change in eye color can be witnessed. According to the description in (J. Proszynski): The carapace is oval with a slightly truncated posterior edge. The eyes are bunched together near the front of the carapace, in what is virtually a 2,4,2 pattern.


Tropical rain forest and gardens. Underneath big leaves.


The most amazing vision system I've witnessed so far. In one of the photographs some particles of the retina can be observed.

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Raiyan Ahmed
Raiyan Ahmed 9 years ago


textless 9 years ago

Amazing eyes!

LisaPowers 9 years ago

Fantastic spider photography! Thanks for sharing!

Raiyan Ahmed
Raiyan Ahmed 9 years ago

Info updated!

Raiyan Ahmed
Spotted by
Raiyan Ahmed

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Spotted on Oct 8, 2011
Submitted on Oct 12, 2011

Spotted for Mission

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