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Habronattus male - Habronattus luminosus - male

Habronattus male - Habronattus luminosus - Male
Coronado National Forest, http://goo.gl/maps/whLo County, Arizona, USA
June 19, 2012
Size: ~5mm
Beautiful little Habronattus male found in Arizona on June 19th, 2012 near this location: http://goo.gl/maps/whLo

Can't seem to find any close matches - anyone have any ideas?

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Moved
Moved from Habronattus.

Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders.

jumping spider with blue and orange face
Moved from ID Request for expert attention.

Absolutely gorgeous images of this colorful spider!

Stunning shots and spider!
Unfortunately I can't help with the ID... would love to know what he turns out to be!

Beautiful little Habronattus
He is beautiful! He should have a cartoon character developed in his image. He will sell.

 
Definitley beautiful!
We were actually discussing how Pixar needs to make a salticid movie while on the trip. The variation and inherent cuteness of these little guys are totally marketable.

Okay! Update - sent these images to Wayne Maddison. It appears this little guy may be something new (either an undescribed species or a hybrid). So I guess moving the images to Habronattus for now would be a good idea until I know more.

 
Stunning shots and spider!
Don't forget PIXAR! Get a meeting, call someone. I wish I had a name off-hand, but this kid should definitely be in a PIXAR picture.

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