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Phidippus mystaceus? - Phidippus princeps - female

Phidippus mystaceus? - Phidippus princeps - Female
Cleveland County, Oklahoma, USA
April 24, 2015
Size: 10mm
I 'feel' like this big ol' girl is mystaceus. but I can't find any pictures with this color variation. It seems like there are faint markings similar to normal female mustache jumpers (the 4 whitish blobs on top and the whitish long blobs down the sides of her abdomen) but I can't tell if i'm just reading too much into it because i'm already thinking that's what she is. I found her in a spot where I've found several mustache jumpers the last few years. Thanks for any help.

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Phidippus mystaceus? - Phidippus princeps - female Phidippus mystaceus? - Phidippus princeps - female Phidippus mystaceus? - Phidippus princeps - female Phidippus mystaceus? - Phidippus princeps - female

Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders.

Hmm...
Don't rule out Phidippus princeps.


 
Yes,
an adult female p. princeps.

Moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

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