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Jumping Spiders

Scientific Classification: 

Domain:Eukaryota

Kingdom:Animalia

Phylum:Arthropoda

Subphylum:Chelicerata

Class:Arachnida

Order:Araneae

Infraorder:Araneomorphae

Family:Salticidae

Subfamily:Salticinae

Genus:Phidippus

Species:P. regius

Regal Jumping Spider Facts

  1. Regal Jumping Spiders are the largest jumping spider in North America
  2. Regal jumping spiders create elliptic webs that have two exits on either side.
  3. Regal jumping spiders are sexually dysmorphic, and it is easy to tell the male and female apart by their appearance.
  4. They have fine hairs that cover their entire bodies, with jaws of iridescent color.
  5. Regal Jumping Spiders have a short lifespan. Usually 10 months to a year with slightly longer times if in captivity.
  6. Jumping Spiders are curious and friendly and will learn to trust their owner.
  7. Female jumping spiders only need to breed ONCE and will continue to lay eggs several times before passing.
  8. Egg sacs can containe 200+ eggs each time she lays.
  9. Raising Jumping Spider babies can be fun and educational
  10. Baby Jumping Spiders like to play!

Poppy

Phidippus regius

Orange/Black Female

Current Instar: 7/8 (Subadult)

Cosmo

Phidippus regis

Black/White Male

Current Instar: 5/6 (Juvenile) 

Jasmine

Phidippus regius

Orange Female

Current Instar: 10 (Adult)

Jasmine's 30 little web puppies all separated into their own container, fed and watered!