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black hairy spider w/ red/orange triangle on back top side - Phidippus audax

black hairy spider w/ red/orange triangle on back top side - Phidippus audax
Lathrop, Clinton County, Missouri, USA
October 7, 2007
Size: .5 inch
plays hide and seek! I kept moving around the box to get a picture and it would scurry to opposite side to hide. name? poisonous?

Moved

Moved
Moved from Frass.

Frassed
Moved from ID Request.

Check out the jumping spiders
such as Phidippus audax, while you wait for an ID. Certainly venemous if you are a small bug, but nothing for you to worry about.

 
jumping
yes, as a matter of fact, it was "jumpy". thanks for the info, I'll google Phidippus audax images now!

 
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