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Jumping Spider - Platycryptus californicus - male

Jumping Spider - Platycryptus californicus - Male
In Westwood - elevation 5100ft, Lassen County, California, USA
July 5, 2011
Size: 6.5mm
Perhaps Platycryptus californicus? If so then it would be the first CA data point for this species!
My thanks for a confirmation, or correct ID.

A common jumping spider in my yard - most often seen on the exterior walls of the house.

Thanks Kevin!
Moved from Platycryptus.

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Seems like it would have to be. Barnes (1958) says that it is found "along the entire Pacific coast of North America, where it replaces M. undata."

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