jumping spiders

Tan Jumping Spider Care (Platycryptus undatus)

Tan Jumping Spider Care: the Complete Hobbyist’s guide

The tan jumping spider derives its common name from its yellowish-brown and tan coloration. They are native to North America and common across Mexico to Canada. A mature tan spider’s length ranges between 10 and 13 mm, with the females slightly bigger than the male. Caring for a tan jumping spider properly requires understanding and …

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Tan Jumping Spider Facts: All About Platycryptus undatus

Time to look at some Tan Jumping Spider facts. If you like curious, agile, and intelligent creatures – you certainly won’t be dissapointed by this little spider! Thanks to its outstanding features, you can easily distinguish a tan jumping spider from other species. They are tiny, furry creatures with enormous eyes at the front. The …

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Are Jumping spiders communal?

Are Jumping Spiders communal?

As an avid hobbyist with a deep fascination for the world of arachnids, I’ve spent countless hours observing, researching, and documenting these intricate creatures. Today, I’d like to focus on a particularly charming and athletic group – jumping spiders. Many people have asked me this intriguing question: are jumping spiders communal? Let’s dive into the …

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Green jumping spider care

Green Jumping Spider Care: a guide to Lyssomanes viridis

The Green Jumping Spider (Lyssomanes viridis), also known as the Magnolia Green Jumping Spider, is an extremely beautiful species which has some noticeable differences when compared to other members of the Salticidae family. At only 5-8mm in length, it is a small spider. It also has longer, more slender-legs in proportion to its cephalothorax and …

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