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Jumping spider - Phidippus tyrrellii

Jumping spider - Phidippus tyrrellii
Wyoming, USA
September 5, 2015
I saw this beautiful jumping spider in Grand Teton National park.

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Jumping spider - Phidippus tyrrellii Jumping spider - Phidippus tyrrellii

Moved from Jumping Spiders.

This is a female P. tyrrelli. These are the first images of a female for this species for the guide that can be positively identified. There are probably other images currently classified in Phidippus that are yet to be identified. This species is found in the Rockies at higher elevations. Would you mind adding the elevation to the info? Great addition of a gorgeous jumper.

Seen at an elevation of 6780 ft
The elevation of Jenny lake is about 6780 ft. Hope that helps!

Congratulations, Hema
You got a winner

Moved for the experts
Moved from ID Request. Looks like a Phidippus jumper, perhaps P. insignarius.

BBCode markup
BBCode markup does not work in title line or copyright. You need to separate you photo from your name, on your account page. Just put it on the next line. BTW that is a beautiful photo of the jumper.

BBcode markup?
Hi Z,
Sorry for the ignorance,but what is BB code mark up?
I removed my name.

Leave your name
Just put your name in the "Full Name" field. You can put your photo in the "Biography" section. BTW the "thumb" code for your photo, is the markup.

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