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Photo#230161
Striped Jumper - Paramarpissa - male

Striped Jumper - Paramarpissa - Male
Las Cruces near NMSU, Doña Ana County, New Mexico, USA
September 29, 2008
Size: ~9mm LS
watching him walk is similar to seeing something move under a strobe light at 10/sec.

this was taken while he's walking down a spoke of my mountain bike.
he was in movement, tho it looks like he's just chilling.

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Striped Jumper - Paramarpissa - male Striped Jumper - Paramarpissa - male Striped Jumper - Paramarpissa - male Striped Jumper - Paramarpissa - male

Presumably -
either P. piratica or P. albopilosa just by range? Probably can't tell without collecting the spider.

Paramarpissa
Looks like a Paramarpissa sp., but I don't know which one. Did you get a dorsal view?

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