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Jumping spider - Wikipedia


The jumping spider family (Salticidae) contains over 500 described genera and more than 5800 described species, making it the largest family of spiders with ...

Common Jumping Spiders - Orkin


Jumping spiders belong to the Family Salticidae. With over 4,000 species known throughout the globe, tropical regions are most influenced. However, some ...

Family Salticidae - Jumping Spiders - BugGuide.Net


Feb 16, 2004 ... Historically, jumping spiders have been classified in a Linnaean hierarchical structure on the basis of morphological characters. In the early ...

Jumping Spiders Online Video - Natural History Services


These pages are a work in progress. My intent is to provide naturalists with videos of North American jumping spiders as well as the means for identifying these ...

Jumping Spiders Pest Profile: Bites & Pest Control Info


Jumping spiders build saclike web retreats rather than snare webs. Learn about jumping spider bites and how to get rid of jumping spiders in our profile.

Salticidae :: jumping spiders worldwide database - Dr. Heiko Metzner


Worldwide database of jumping spiders (Salticidae) - Dr. Heiko Metzner: taxonomy, distribution, publications, illustrations.

Jumping spiders Salticidae


These are my favourite spiders. When you have attracted their attention, they follow you with their big eyes. They are friendly little creatures that always like to ...

Be careful what you say around jumping spiders | Science News


Oct 13, 2016 ... Sensitive leg hairs may let jumping spiders hear sounds through the air at much greater distances than researchers imagined.

BioKIDS - Kids' Inquiry of Diverse Species, Salticidae: INFORMATION


All spiders have fangs that they use to bite their prey with, like most spiders, jumping spiders have venom glands that produce toxic chemicals that help paralyze ...

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Jan 6, 2016 ... We filmed the Hyllus giganteus, the largest jumping spider in the world, in slow motion! Subscribe to Earth Unplugged ...
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Bee vs. Jumping Spider - National Geographic


When you say jump, this spider says, "How far?" Some jumping spiders can spring up to 50 times their body length, leaping on prey, like this unfortunate bee,  ...

Family Salticidae - Jumping Spiders - BugGuide.Net


Tiny Salticid - Admestina tibialis - male Admestina wheeleri? - Admestina - male jumper - Admestina - male Jumping Spider - Admestina Admestina?

Jumping Spiders - National Wildlife Federation


Jumping Spiders in the October 2011 issue of Ranger Rick Magazine.