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Jumping spider from northeast Georgia - Thiodina

Jumping spider from northeast Georgia - Thiodina
Athens Georgia, Clarke County, Georgia, USA
May 15, 2013
Size: about 5 mm

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Jumping spider from northeast Georgia - Thiodina Jumping spider from northeast Georgia - Thiodina

Moved
Moved from Frass. I'm going to go ahead and move these to genus for now. Chad is right that they really aren't needed for the guide, esp. for data purposes since we can't ID it to species. However, these are such great shots I'd like to keep them for now just for aesthetic value.

Frassed
Moved from Jumping Spiders.

Moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

Maybe something like
Thiodina

Image
Do you have a dorsal shot, they are the most useful for an ID.

 
Sorry. I do not. I took facia
Sorry. I do not. I took facials first, and when I tried to get a 'top down', the little bugger skittered off the pedistal and disappeared into the brush. Because the eyes are outlined in red, I thought this would be a distinguishing character. I know of a number of Salticids with red on/around the face, but haven't seen any quite like this one.

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