Interesting Spider

Danteswake

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I find that I spend a lot of time just looking at my trees, after all thats why we do this right? Saw something interesting on my Juiper ProcumbenScreenshot_20201230-142707_Gallery.jpgs Nana today and thought I'd share because its beautiful. Pretty certain its a Magnolia Green Jumper.
 

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What a great mascot for an anti-spray campaign!

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It is an ambush hunter of plant-eating insects like aphids, mites, ants, and even other small jumping spiders. Females are slightly larger than males and lay eggs under leaves, covering them with spider silk.Jul 19, 2019
Genus: Lyssomanes ( View More )
Category: Spider
Scientific Name: Lyssomanes viridis
Colors: green, black, red
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Magnolia Green Jumping Spider - Insect Identification

Sorce
 

Danteswake

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What a great mascot for an anti-spray campaign!

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It is an ambush hunter of plant-eating insects like aphids, mites, ants, and even other small jumping spiders. Females are slightly larger than males and lay eggs under leaves, covering them with spider silk.Jul 19, 2019
Genus: Lyssomanes ( View More )
Category: Spider
Scientific Name: Lyssomanes viridis
Colors: green, black, red
Insect Identification › insect-descript...

Magnolia Green Jumping Spider - Insect Identification

Sorce
Thanks Sorce, appreciate it.
 

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