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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 12 years ago


textless 12 years ago

Amazing eyes!

LisaPowers 12 years ago

Fantastic spider photography! Thanks for sharing!

Raiyan Ahmed
Raiyan Ahmed 12 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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