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Photo#30170
Small Jumping Spider - Sitticus concolor

Small Jumping Spider - Sitticus concolor
Wayland, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
August 31, 2005
Size: 2.5-3mm

Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders.

What do you think about
this one from Tree of life? We can't tell if yours ahs swollen front legs or not.

 
Real close
The body looks just right, but I'm not sure about the legs either. I think it might be a Poultonella or a Tutelina sp.

 
Sitticus concolor?
The legs make me think it might be a large female Sitticus concolor rather than Poultonella or Tutelina.

 
This looks right to me . . .

 
It's immature
so we may never know for sure. But I think it's probably either Sitticus concolor or Tutelina harti.

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