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Red Backed Jumping Spider

Phidippus johnsoni

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Raed Ammari
Raed Ammari 8 years ago

This is not a Johnsoni, this is a male Phidippus adumbratus

Jaguar61 8 years ago

It is very interesting, I hope to see one!

holly.dong 8 years ago

Apparently they are pretty common here, but I have to be honest, I had never noticed one before. This one had a home at a park table and we got to see it jumping.

alexdk 8 years ago

That is an interesting looking spider, nothing like that where we live!

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Murrieta, California, USA

Spotted on Sep 18, 2014
Submitted on Oct 17, 2014

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