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Photo#446956
Pretty Little Jumper - Habronattus agilis - male

Pretty Little Jumper - Habronattus agilis - Male
Higbee Beach, Cape May, Cape May County, New Jersey, USA
August 22, 2010

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Pretty Little Jumper - Habronattus agilis - male Pretty Little Jumper - Habronattus agilis - male

Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders.

Ashley . . .if you look at my
video of H. agilis you will see footage taken Sept/Oct 2009 at the Magnasite Plant on Cape May Point. Although your wonderful images show a lot more color on this male I'd like to think it was testosterone rather than my camera:)

Natural History Services - Jumping Spiders

 
Wonderful video!
They are such cute spiders! Really great that you got both male and female, and I love watching their movements. I also like the sounds of insects and birds in the background. I shot some video of my guy here, but I think there were people talking as they walked by. I need to go actually watch it ti see if it's any good...

Habronattus
I don't really know my salticids, but I believe that this is a Habronattus species, perhaps agilis.

-K

 
It certainly looks similar
thank you!

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