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Two Striped female with a kill place: Gnanabharathi Kengeri, Bengaluru Geotagged,India,Summer,Telamonia dimidiata,Two-striped jumper,gnanabharathi,kill,macro,spider Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

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  1. so nice capture. beautiful... Posted one year ago
  2. Wonderful shot! Posted one year ago
  3. Awesome! Posted one year ago
  4. What a shot! Posted one year ago
  5. Thank you all :) Posted one year ago
  6. This is one of the best shots I've seen on Jungle Dragon! It should have more than 8 votes. Posted one year ago
  7. From today's Facebook post:

    The two-striped jumper (Telamonia dimidiata) is a species of jumping spider that is found in Asian rainforests. It doesn’t produce any toxin that would be significantly dangerous to humans. Yet, this gorgeous spider has been the unfortunate subject of an internet hoax, which started way back in 1999. The hoax claimed that this spider was highly venomous, and that it was found lurking under toilet seats in public bathrooms, waiting to bite unsuspecting users. The hoax has been circulated on various websites and is completely false. This spider is innocent of everything, except being inherently beautiful (and ability to catch unsuspecting insects, as this photo shows)! {Spotted in India by JungleDragon user, ಗಣೇಶ _ganesh_} #JungleDragon


    Posted one year ago, modified one year ago

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The two-striped jumper, or ''Telamonia dimidiata'', is a jumping spider found in various Asian tropical rain forests, in foliage in wooded environments.

Similar species: Spiders
Species identified by Ganesh Seshachar
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By Ganesh Seshachar

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Uploaded Sep 10, 2019. Captured Sep 8, 2019 10:28 in 15th Cross Rd, Gnanabharathi, Stage II, Kengeri Satellite Town, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560060, India.
  • NIKON D7100
  • f/16.0
  • 1/200s
  • ISO200
  • 105mm