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Iridescent Salticid - Messua limbata

Iridescent Salticid - Messua limbata
Sedona/Oak Creek, Yavapai County, Arizona, USA
May 15, 2011
Size: Roughly 4mm
This beautiful little salticid was perched on my book and then hunting around the rocks in a riparian gallery along Oak Creek, in an alder-sycamore community.

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misidentified?
The palps look masculine, but the chelicerae are clearly not those of a male M. limbata.

Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders.

Reminds me of
a male Messua limbata.

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