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jumping spider - Habronattus americanus

jumping spider - Habronattus americanus
Silver lake, Amador County, California, USA
June 21, 2008
Size: 5/16 "
This fellow was impressive with his red pedipalps . I am pretty sure this is a male as I have seen more robust , duller colored jumpers in the vicinity which I am assuming are females . He was surprisingly small , but showed up well with his beautiful fuzzy paws . I am pretty sure that I had seen this fellow recently submitted , but was awe-struck with his cuteness , thanks , Beth

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jumping spider - Habronattus americanus jumping spider - Habronattus americanus jumping spider - Habronattus americanus - male

Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders.

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

Looks
like Habronattus americanus, adult male.

Would you mind if I tried to brighten these up just a bit?

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