Jumping spider (Salticidae) - DSC_9580 | by nickybay

Jumping spider (Salticidae) - DSC_9580 | by nickybay

In the new study, a researcher from the University of Cincinnati investigated two groups of Salticidae (jumping spiders) that can see colour. These are the Habronattus jumping spiders, and the Maratus 'peacock' jumping spiders – and both are no larger than a ladybug

In the new study, a researcher from the University of Cincinnati investigated two groups of Salticidae (jumping spiders) that can see colour. These are the Habronattus jumping spiders, and the Maratus 'peacock' jumping spiders – and both are no larger than a ladybug

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Traditional drawing of a Peacock spider (Maratus Personatus). I was in the right mood to draw an animal and to practice blurred parts, so I chose another plushy jumping spider. Who can resist those...

Traditional drawing of a Peacock spider (Maratus Personatus). I was in the right mood to draw an animal and to practice blurred parts, so I chose another plushy jumping spider. Who can resist those...

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Close up macro photographs of tiny jumping spiders turn them into ferocious monsters

Close up macro photographs of tiny jumping spiders turn them into ferocious monsters

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Why do so many people hate spiders? Arachnophobics, don't open. This thread is…

Why do so many people hate spiders? Arachnophobics, don't open. This thread is…

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