The jumping spider family (Salticidae) contains over 500 described genera and
more than 5800 described species, making it the largest family of spiders with ...
Jumping spiders belong to the Family Salticidae. With over 4,000 species known
throughout the globe, tropical regions are most influenced. However, some ...
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,
Ligonipes semitectus. The jumping spider can be found everywhere if the sun is
shining, on trees, grass and rocks. At night or during rainfall the spiders hide in a
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
Feb 16, 2004 ... Historically, jumping spiders have been classified in a Linnaean hierarchical
structure on the basis of morphological characters. In the early ...
Admestina - male 110511JSpider - Admestina sub-adult or tiny jumper? -
Admestina jumper - Admestina - male Jumping Spider - Admestina Admestina?
Worldwide database of jumping spiders (Salticidae) - Dr. Heiko Metzner:
taxonomy, distribution, publications, illustrations.
The Daring Jumping Spider is one of the most common spiders in our area. ...
This spider is black with a gray or white crossband on its abdomens (back body ...
Jan 6, 2016 ... We filmed the Hyllus giganteus, the largest jumping spider in the world, in slow
motion! Subscribe to Earth Unplugged ...