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Jumping spider

Omoedus ephippigera


Very tiny. Black with light yellow bands and legs.


Beach forest

1 Species ID Suggestions

Paul Davis
Paul Davis 5 years ago
Jumping Spider
Omoedus ephippigera

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ChunXingWong 5 years ago

I think the ant may not be a Weaver Ant because Weaver Ants are larger than this species of spider. The ant is a much smaller species, possibly Anoplolepis gracilipes, if it is found close to buildings.

Sergio Monteiro
Sergio Monteiro 5 years ago


bayucca 5 years ago

Thanks Paul for your inputs, but, please, add links for checking in your suggestions, thanks.

maplemoth662 5 years ago

A very beautiful, and a very colorful Spider....two, very beautiful, and very colorful photos....

bob5 5 years ago

Thank you Paul Davis for the ID. Just realised that it is feeding on a weaver ant.

Paul Davis
Paul Davis 5 years ago

Great macro of this tiny species.

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Sarawak, Malaysia

Spotted on Apr 12, 2018
Submitted on Apr 12, 2018

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