Amazon Pics Part 65

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Amazon Pics Part 65

Post by Moebius »

A pair of jumpers that are either closely related species, or perhaps just male/female. Notice the white stripe on the first pic and the lack of it on the last two




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Post by Bruce Williams »

Interesting pics Ken.

Gender difference is probably right, however I just wondered if sexual maturity might be another possibility - ie, make it through to a final molt into a sexually mature adult and yer gets yer white stripes!

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Post by beetleman »

Wonderful Pictures Ken. The spiders are fantastic looking. I like the angle in the second picture, very sharp looking :shock: The second spider looks like a male. It looks like there are pedipalps.
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Those are some really "slick" looking jumpers there Ken. I am more used to the hairy little buggers we have around here. Wonderful shots. :D

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