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Phidippus regius  - Phidippus regius

Phidippus regius - Phidippus regius
Palatlakaha Environmental and Agricultural Reserve, Lake County, Florida, USA
January 16, 2016
I believe this is Phidippus regius, but I know there are many different variations so I put it here in ID request for expert confirmation. Also, it has green Chelicerae.
Dorsal

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Yes
I believe you are correct on this one. I may let one of our Phidippus experts weigh in on this one first though before moving it. There are some hybrids and quite a few variations in this species.

 
Yes,
a female P. regius.

 
Thanks for the ID
I thought it was P. regius, but I knew there are many variations of it and there went many which looked like mine.

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