JUMPING SPIDERS


BOLD JUMPER

PALE JUMPING SPIDER

PUTNAM'S JUMPER

PARAPHIDIPPUS JUMPER

PLATYCRYPTUS JUMPER

DIMORPHIC JUMPER

BRONZE JUMPER

ANT-LIKE JUMPING SPIDER

PELEGRINA JUMPER

PEPPERED JUMPER

MARIPISSA JUMPER

WHITE JAWED JUMPING SPIDER
 


Jumping Spiders have two very large eyes used in hunting prey. They use their short legs to jump on prey, but they also can spin silk, which they use as a lifeline when they jump. Males often have iridescent jaws (chelicerae).




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