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Australian Jumping Spiders



Jumping Spiders

Bronze Jumping Spider
(Helpis sp)
Bronze Jumping Spider
Helpis jumping spiders are shades of brown and cream. They often hide in their retreat in a curled up leaf and ambush passing insects. Click to continue>
Green jumping spider
(Mopsus mormon)
Green jumping spider
The Green Jumping Spider is bright green with two dark lines along the abdomen. The female has white pattern on top of the head around the eyes. The male has a dark "face" with tuft of white hairs on either side of the eyes. Click to continue>
Biting Jumping Spider
(Opisthoncus mordax)
Biting Jumping Spider
The Biting Jumping Spider is shiny black in colour, with a pale patch on the back of the head and a pale stripe down the centre of the abdomen. It has large eyes and the first pair of legs are strong with spines for catching prey. The eyes are... Click to continue>
Jumping Spider
(Opisthoncus polyphemus)
Jumping Spider
This jumping spider has black and white pattern on the head. The rest of the body is pale brown with white markings. It rolls up a leaf into a tube to make a retreat. The eyes are arranged in two rows and the first pair are large and forward facing.... Click to continue>
Jumping Spider
(Opisthoncus sp)
Jumping Spider
Opisthoncus jumping spiders have large eyes and short stout legs. The first pair of legs have strong spines. The eyes are arranged in two rows and the first pair are large and forward facing. They can turn their head to look at things around them.... Click to continue>


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