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Phidippus Regius - Phidippus regius - female

Phidippus Regius - Phidippus regius - Female
Orlando, Orange County, Florida, USA
May 29, 2011
Size: 1 inch
Here is our Phidippus Regius. We believe that she is definitely gravid- is there any way to tell?
Oh, and today she ate the male that shared her enclosure...

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Phidippus Regius - Phidippus regius - female Phidippus Regius - Phidippus regius - female

Moved
Moved from Typical variations.

Moved
Moved from Phidippus.

Moved
Moved from Phidippus.

Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders.

Moved
Moved from ID Request. I don't question your ID, but I'd feel more comfortable if it was moved by a jumping spider expert. I cropped your images for you and frassed the one that isn't needed.

 
Thankfully, this color patter
Thankfully, this color pattern is typical of female regius in the central Peninsula of Florida, at least, so is easy to distinquish from other Phidippus species found in this area of the state.

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