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Educator. Curious nature-lover, with camera in hand, determined to document our desert wildlife.
South Sinai, EgyptLat: 29.31, Long: 34.15
Moth Week 2017
Thanks so much for the ID, @Brian38
Thank you, gratography. I don't know much about the species in this region so I enjoyed the article. If I read correctly, the yellow face means this one is a male, yes?
At Ras Mohamed?
No, just they are a jumping spider, Family Salticidae.
Wow! What an interesting spotting!
I like your proposed common name. :-)
They do look like butterfly wings! Nice series.
I see these jumping spiders a lot in my garden. Nice shot!
Wow, that was fun news to wake up to, Daniele! Thank you. :-)
Thank you for this incredible honor, Project Noah! :-) And many thanks to everyone for all the kind words.