Peachy mating with male of same region - Phidippus audax
Hamilton County, Florida, USA
3 of 3 images of this specimen.
Here she is mating with another bryantae color form specimen of the same area. She isn't what I consider a "high quality" bryantae, but the male's pattern is well developed. They should produce similar colored offspring with a wide range abdominal shading. The offspring will have orange markings until they reach adulthood. I've noticed that non-orange type adult audax will not usually have deep-orange or red-orange colored markings as sub-adults but a range of light orange to off-white. If a specimen has the deep-orange spots as a sub-adult, it will not have true white spots as an adult.