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Which species of Jumping Spider is this? What is the gender? - Phidippus adumbratus - male

Which species of Jumping Spider is this? What is the gender? - Phidippus adumbratus - Male
Escondido, San Diego County, California, USA
October 13, 2011

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Which species of Jumping Spider is this? What is the gender? - Phidippus adumbratus - male Which species of Jumping Spider is this? What is the gender? - Phidippus adumbratus - male Which species of Jumping Spider is this? What is the gender? - Phidippus adumbratus - male

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Phidippus adumbratus
Found one of these climbing down my living room wall. Wish I took a photo before releasing outside. He was spectacular.
Have lived in West Los Angeles, Santa Monica all my life. NEVER seen one before.
I found this posted: "Charles Hogue in his book Insects of the Los Angeles Basin has identified this species as Phidippus formosus"
Can this be confirmed?

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Phidippus adumbratus
Found one of these climbing down my living room wall. Wish I took a photo before releasing outside. He was spectacular.
Have lived in West Los Angeles, Santa Monica all my life. NEVER seen one before.
I found this posted: "Charles Hogue in his book Insects of the Los Angeles Basin has identified this species as Phidippus formosus"
Can this be confirmed?

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