My Photography of

Platycryptus undatus

Jumping Spiders

2012 -

 

Spider 5

4-10-17

I found this guy on my front porch, photographed him, and released him.  He is photographed on a circuitboard, one of my woodburned cypress knees, and one of Grandma Mickey's orchids that bloomed for the first time since she died.

   

 

   

   

   

   

     

   

 

   

 

Spider 4

5-14-15

I kept this male spider in a cage over the winter because I found it in the house and wanted to make sure it stayed safe until spring.  It is photographed on one of my woodburned cypress knees.

     

     

     

     

 

Spider 3

5-14-15

I kept this male spider in a cage over the winter because I found it in the house and wanted to make sure it stayed safe until spring.  It is photographed on one of my woodburned cypress knees.  Apologies for the dusty photos---I didn't realize the sensor needed cleaning.

     

     

   

   

     

5-28-15

Here he is photographed on a horned melon (kiwano).

     

     

     

 

Spider 2

9-18-14

This male was wandering around my house.  I decided to photograph him and release him on a safer window ledge near some houseplants.  I'm not sure if he's the same as either of the two photographed above.

     

 

     

 

Spider 1

7-28-12

I photographed this female on some hairy moss in a bowl in the house, then released her.

     

     

     

     

 

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