Jumping Spider

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Jumping Spider spp., Queensland, Australia.  Everything is more gorgeous in the tropics!

Jumping Spider

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Metallic green jumping spider of the Saltacidae family.

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Metallic green jumping spider of the Saltacidae family.

regal jumping spider.  I can see a sweet little cartoon character :)

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regal jumping spider jumping onto lens (photo by scott linstead)

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Elegant Golden Jumper (Chrysilla lauta)

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astronomy-to-zoology: “Elegant Golden Jumper (Chrysilla lauta) …a species of jumping spider that ranges from Burma to China and Vietnam. This species is noted for its long abdomen, long first pair of...

big-eyed jumping spider from W-Java - Yellow-lined Epeus ♂ by gbohne, via Flickr

big-eyed jumping spider from W-Java - Yellow-lined Epeus ♂

This male spider (6-7mm) was attracted by a small white moth sitting on the same leaf: www.flickr.com/photos/gbohne/5270341074/ Epeus flavobilineatus DOLESCHALL, 1859 (Yellow-lined Epeus), male [det. Mr & Mrs Apteryx australis, 2010, based on this photo] Genus: Epeus PECKHAM & PECKHAM, 1886 Subfamily: Plexippinae BLACKWALL, 1841 (unranked clade: Salticoida) Family: Salticidae BLACKWALL, 1842 (jumping spiders, Springspinnen) Superfamily: Salticoidea Suborder: Araneomorphae (Echte Webspinnen)…

"I am as small as your fingernail. My bite won't hurt you and I eat the bugs hiding under your couch, so . . . please don't sit on me."

"I am as small as your fingernail. My bite won't hurt you and I eat the bugs hiding under your couch, so . . . please don't sit on me."

A lovely shot of a red backed jumping spider taken by CG Photo Club member Rhonda.T from Cloverdale, British Columbia.

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Red Backed Jumping Spider , eyes on me and Lunch close

Uda Dennie from Batam Island, Indonesia, can prove you that spiders are actually not all as scary as you might be used to thinking.  33-year-old photographer presents a series of macro photos, where he captures tiny jumping spiders, wearing water droplets as fancy hats on their heads. There’s something about this unexpected composition that makes the tiny creatures look pretty silly, and definitely far away from terrifying!

Sometimes Jumping Spiders Wear Water Droplets As Hats

The latest spring fashion! And it just cheered up my day sooooo much.