Jumping Spider

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The jumping spider is from the family Salticidae, in the order Araneae, and in the class of Arachnida. The name jumping spider ? really refers to most any group of hunting spiders that have the ability to jump or leap anywhere from 10 all the way to 40 times their own body length.

Category: Spider Common name: North American Jumping Spider Scientific Name: Naphys pulex Taxonomy:   Kingdom: Animalia    Phylum: Arthropoda     Class: Arachnida      Order: Araneae       Family: Salticidae        Genus: Naphys         Species: pulex

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, seemingly from out of nowhere.

Category: Spider Common name: Bold Jumping Spider Scientific Name: Phidippus audax Other Names: Daring Jumping Spider, Bold Jumper Taxonomy:   Kingdom: Animalia    Phylum: Arthropoda     Class: Arachnida      Order: Araneae       Family: Salticidae        Genus: Phidippus         Species: audax


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