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Jovial Jumping Spider - female This spider is the same as the one in the previous post.<br />
It is known to creep about slowly and move its cephalothorax from side to side, keeping its abdomen stationary.  Pedipalps were never still especially as my camera got a little too close.  Apricia jovialis,Australia,Geotagged,Spring Click/tap to enlarge

Jovial Jumping Spider - female

This spider is the same as the one in the previous post.
It is known to creep about slowly and move its cephalothorax from side to side, keeping its abdomen stationary. Pedipalps were never still especially as my camera got a little too close.

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''Apricia jovialis'' , known as the jovial jumper is a small species of jumping spider found in Australia. This dark spider with yellow bands is often seen sheltering on tree bark.

Similar species: Spiders
Species identified by Leuba Ridgway
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By Leuba Ridgway

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Uploaded Dec 12, 2017. Captured Dec 7, 2017 11:47 in 13 Rose St, Upper Ferntree Gully VIC 3156, Australia.
  • SZ-10
  • f/3.7
  • 10/2000s
  • ISO64
  • 10.99mm