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    A small jumping spider hiding in the foliage.
  2. Macroderie

    Opened Theme Jumping Spider

    New photo Theme. Please post the best images you have in stock. Subject: Jumping Spider Photo credit: @MinitecaPhotographie Start date: 04/06/2022 Rules: 1 Photo per post Do not spam Include the name of the spider Name of the Camera Only pictures taken with Camera are allowed. Do no...
  3. MinitecaPhotographie

    Your opinion? Carrhotus xanthogramma mating

    How to get a shot of an adult male jumping spider that doesn't want to keep quiet? Only two solutions,: 1- give him something to eat 2- give him a female There wasn't anything to eat near from me but there was a female and this is the shot.
  4. MinitecaPhotographie

    Your opinion? Aelurillus v insignitus male

    Yesterday I made 400 km in the day just to be able to shoot this species of Salticidae.
  5. MinitecaPhotographie

    Your opinion? Macaroeris nidicolens female

    Here is a four shots stacked photo of a Macaroeris nidicolens female about 4mm long. She could be a L'Oréal model.
  6. Pelenne nigrociliatus female

    Pelenne nigrociliatus female

    An other species of Salticidae I was able to find several times 50km from my home.
  7. Pseudeuophrys lanigera juvenile jumping spider

    Pseudeuophrys lanigera juvenile jumping spider

    3mm long jumping spider found at home à week ago.
  8. MinitecaPhotographie

    Your opinion? First jumping spider of the year

    Spring isn't here yet but I've found in my office building stares yesterday this little fella. Juvenile Pseudeuophrys sp. female about 3mm long.
  9. TomM

    Your opinion? Baby jumper!

    Newly hatched baby House hopper jumping spider about 1 mm, There were many of these tiny jumpers on the side of the house but I doubt many will make it to adults.
  10. Chavezshutter

    Your opinion? Found an unnamed jumper species while bushwalking at a park..

    Hi, While walking to the top of a small peak at You Yangs park i found this jumping spider, it is a known but unnamed female species from the Saitis family. I like the emerald eyes and heart pattern on the booty 😆, it also has a rather angry face 🤷‍♂️ . I believe its common unofficial name is...
  11. eliasfta

    Your opinion? It's been awhile - Maratus plumosus

    Hello, I have been in hibernation during winter here in Australia and busy with work so no post for a while, now that spring is here I have been out doing peacock spider spotting with my brother @Chavezshutter . I have a few hundred pics of 5 different Maratus species, males and females...
  12. Anitairl

    Want critique Zebra jumping spider

    I'm realy in love in jumping spiders. They are super cute
  13. Anitairl

    Want critique Zebra jumping spider

    Beautiful little poser.. Zebra jumping spider. Female 5mm I found her in my flower pot😍 really Curious little thing
  14. Marpissa muscosa female

    Marpissa muscosa female

    Jumping spider. Marpissa muscosa female
  15. MinitecaPhotographie

    Your opinion? Marpissa muscosa male 8mm long

    Here is a photo made this afternoon of a beautiful male Marpissa muscosa 8mm long.
  16. O

    Your opinion? Jumping Spiders Met Recently

    Camera: SONY A6100 Lens: LAOWA 60mm MACRO f2.8 Two-head flash with custom diffuser ISO100 f11 or f16 1/160
  17. priyambubai

    Your opinion? || Peekaboo || [Phidippus]

    Here is a picture of a jumping spider, Phidippus. It was taken with Sony A7iii with 55-210mm lens with Raynox DCR-250 attached. I have used external flash with diffuser. Hope you like it. :) || Peekaboo || f/13, 1/250s, ISO2000, FL - 107mm
  18. My little buddy from work :)

    My little buddy from work :)

    Captured with my old Nikon D700 and a Tamron 90mm + Raynox 250. Also this is my first focus stacked picture 3 picture stacked.
  19. eliasfta

    Your opinion? Aussie Bronze Jumper - Helpis minitabunda catching lunch

    Found this lil guy in my backyard eating on a moth fly.
  20. MinitecaPhotographie

    Closed Theme Jumping spider photo theme

    Like it seems that there are some members who love, like me, jumping spiders I choose to start a new theme on our tiny height legged friends.