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Phiddipus regius  - Phidippus regius - female

Phiddipus regius - Phidippus regius - Female
Charleston , South Carolina, USA
November 10, 2015
Size: ~2.5cm
I believe this is a beautiful female Regal Jumping Spider. They are easily handled

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P. regius
This is great information Don. It was certainly a quick estimate I made and this P. regius was most likely within the average range you have. Thanks!

P. regius
Yes, this is Phidippus regius female. This is a very nice find as this is the northern edge of its range. As for the size, it should be body length. Adult females are normally 14 to 20mm in length. I've seen them as large as 23mm in body length, but that is exceptionally large.

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