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Photo#779665
Black and White Jumper - Dendryphantes nigromaculatus

Black and White Jumper - Dendryphantes nigromaculatus
Mormon Pioneer Trail, Jeremy Ranch Road, Morgan County, Utah, USA
June 2, 2013
Found jumping through the reeds in a marshy area. Could this be a Zebra jumper? I looked through the Zebra Jumper images, but they are variable enough that I am unsure.
If so I will frass after I.D. as these are not great images.

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Black and White Jumper - Dendryphantes nigromaculatus Black and White Jumper - Dendryphantes nigromaculatus Black and White Jumper - Dendryphantes nigromaculatus

Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders.

How about
something in the genus Phanias? I know nothing about the genus and it seems not very well known, but some of the species on BugGuide have the white around the eyes like this beautiful specimen.

 
Dendryphantes nigromaculatus
Found in alpine regions of Utah

 
Chad,
thank you. I will take a look through Phanias.

Moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request. Not a zebra jumper, not sure what it is though.

 
Thank you,
Lynette.

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