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Salticid male/female- Bronze Jumpers or otherwise? - Evarcha - male - female

Salticid male/female- Bronze Jumpers or otherwise? - Evarcha - Male Female
Fundy National Park HQ area, Albert County, New Brunswick, Canada
June 18, 2013
Size: 5-6 mm
Although the pic is somewhat blurry, it is neat that you can see the female's (?) underside, and this may help with ID.

Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders.

Evarcha, maybe?
By comparing with other species here, the pattern of the male perhaps most closely resembles Evarcha. Furthermore, this guy does not exactly look prognathous as well. Thoughts anyone?

 
Yes
I like this one for Evarcha as well.

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