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Salticidae 7.11.2009 01

Salticidae 7.11.2009 01
Pack Forest, Near Eatonville, Pierce County, Washington, USA
July 11, 2009
A small salticid roaming over the leaves of a thimbleberry

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Moved
Moved from Dendryphantinae. Taxonomic changes have eliminated this subfamily; this is just a housekeeping move.

Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders. Will frass when the ok is given that the taxa list for the Pack Forest gathering is ready.

Could also be
a couple different species of Pelegrina. Do you remember the size?

 
Approximately
Hi Jay, this was a small specimens and I estimate it was at most 3mm long and most likely around 2mm

 
Probably something in Pelegri
Probably something in Pelegrina then. I don't think we can get much further than a rough guess.

Bronze Jumper (Eris militaris)
is my guess.

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