Jumping spiders are large, scary arachnids, but they are not poisonous or harmful to humans, according to Colorado State University. Jumping spiders can grow to over an inch long, ...
The appearance of P. fimbriata is unlike that of other spiders. They are about 1 cm long, and have cryptic markings, tufts of hair and long spindly legs. Because of their unusual appearance, P. fimbriata are often mistaken for...
The jumping spider family (Salticidae) contains over 500 described genera and
over 5,000 described species, making it the largest family of spiders with about ...
Jumping spiders belong to the Family Salticidae. With over 4,000 species known
throughout the globe, tropical regions are most influenced. However, some ...
If so, then you might have an idea of what it's like to be a jumping spider
have eight eyes: four large eyes on the front of their head, two tiny eyes on the side, and two medium-sized eyes on the rear of their head. They do not spin webs but do creat... More »
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 pest profile.
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 ...
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,
The jumping spider can be found everywhere if the sun is shining, on trees, grass
and ... At a distance of 20 cm the spider turns its body so that the two front eyes ...
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