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Shiny Surfaces - Habronattus hirsutus - male

Shiny Surfaces - Habronattus hirsutus - Male
Tonopah Desert, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
June 6, 2015
Size: 6.5mm
This Jumping Spider looks like male Habronattus hirsutus, with a thin yellow line on the ventral side of the fore-leg femora.
Here is a link to the first guy that I filmed: ♂ This one has a row of small spots on the dorsal side of the abdomen, much like the female that I filmed: ♀

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