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Hairy black & brown spider? - Phidippus

Hairy black & brown spider? - Phidippus
Monroe, Union County, North Carolina, USA
October 9, 2011
Size: 1/2 inch, approx
You can see how hairy it is, and the black/tan pattern on the body and legs. It was rather fierce looking.

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Hairy black & brown spider? - Phidippus Hairy black & brown spider? - Phidippus

Moved for expert attention.
Moved from Jumping Spiders. Your images definitely show a Phidippus jumper. They have been sitting at the family level for some time and I've moved them to see if we can get further attention to their identity.

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Moved from ID Request.

Its a jumping spider. Its dif
Its a jumping spider. Its difficult to tell much more from the small photo only editors can see full sized images everyone else sees a black photo with a tiny spider in the middle. Might I suggest cropping tighter on the spider and reloading the photo. Thanks.

 
Photo Quality
You should have seen the photo I started with before I cropped it this much. That's the best I could do at night with the camera I have, and if I crop it more and enlarge the cropped photo again the spider becomes more blurred. Sorry.

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