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Photo#1441337
Jumpping spider, Eris sp.? - Eris militaris

Jumpping spider, Eris sp.? - Eris militaris
Purdon Conservation Area, Lanark, Ontario, Canada
September 12, 2017
Perhaps Eris sp.

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Jumpping spider, Eris sp.? - Eris militaris Jumpping spider, Eris sp.? - Eris militaris

Moved
Moved from Eris flava.

I think
I think there is good reason for leaving this at genus. While leaning E. militaris, it is difficult to confirm that without a careful examination of the epigynum.

 
After looking at Maddison (19
After looking at Maddison (1986) I tend to agree with Zygy. Maddison shows E. flava mainly to the south of Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River, and the only Ontario records are from the north shore of Lake Erie: Point Pelee and Long Point (none in Eastern Ontario).

On BugNet, only 4 photos of E. flava from Ontario. These two (my photos) and two others where details are hard to see. No records from Ontario on iNaturalist either.

We can leave my photos here or move them to E. militaris.

The location and appearance b
The location and appearance both favor E. militaris to me.

 
Hello there
Is not E. miliaris more dark brown with wide lateral stripes?
Like in the image below:
https://bugguide.net/node/view/1888904

 
For the male, yes, but this i

Moved
Moved from Eris.

Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders. I agree due to breadth of carapace--too broad for Pelegrina.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

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