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Colorado Jumping Spider - Phidippus tyrrellii

Colorado Jumping Spider - Phidippus tyrrellii
Lake George, Park County, Colorado, USA
July 16, 2013
Size: Body, 10mm
Genus:Phydippus:?, male:?, Specie:not a clue.

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What a beautiful jumper! I couldn't let is pass so . . .
I spent some time with Edwards, 2004 and the Peckhams, 1909. This is likely Phidippus tyrrelli. The descriptions in both seem to match the photograph and Edwards gives nearly a dozen records for Colorado.

 
Thank you
P tyrrelli was my first match.There must be so many morphs for each specie. Thank you Dick.

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Nice one.

Just thinking out loud
My first thought was a Phidippus adumbratus, but I don't see any listing for Colorado. Maybe something along the Phidippus Genus?

 
My second choice
P adumbratus was my second match, specially reading that is found in alpine regions. Thank you Bill.

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