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Sometimes the predator becomes the prey - Phidippus regius - female

Sometimes the predator becomes the prey - Phidippus regius - Female
Sunnyhill, Marion County, Florida, USA
November 12, 2005

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Sometimes the predator becomes the prey - Phidippus regius - female Sometimes the predator becomes the prey - Phidippus regius - female

Moved
Moved from Typical variations.

how big is the spider?
baby lizzard?

 
An
adult female, so probably no less than a 20mm BL. I think the lizard was an adult anole of some sort.

 
well i went and dug thru
100 pages at random in your stuff..and i laugh every time i see a jumping spider face. i enjoyed it!

 
lol
yeah, i know what you mean. Check out Jay Barnes images for some excellent jumper shots....

jumping spider...
correct me if i'm wrong but are these the Phidippus with the yellow/orange dot on their butt?

amazing shots!

 
You might try
the bugguide phidippus page and click the browse link. These pages will have a few photos of each species on bugguide, which are the more commonly encountered ones, and it is faster than going through all the phidippus images. I think you will see some that look familiar. Or just click phidippus regius above the picture and then click on images.

Wow!
Great natural history shots!

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