Spider with Horns on Its Back?

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The Jumping Spider is brown with horns on it's back. This spider is most commonly seen in areas with desert like conditions.
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that is either a jumping spider rarely found,but common in mohave desert and in other many deserts (their feather like skins blandes them with the surroundings)
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Crab spiders can be yellowish in color and have
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Even though I answered your recent re-post, I'll get myself two or possibly twelve more points and answer you here, as well. : Your spider sounds like Micrathena sagittata, the arrow-shaped
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Steatoda triangulosa - this is not a black widow. A
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