Jumping spider phidippus regius

Interesting fact about Phidippus regius; one of few spiders who’s sex can be determined as early as 2nd instar (the period between the spider’s 2nd and 3rd molt). Females usually develop a light shade of tan or red color very quickly, while males stay mostly black with white patterning.Source wildattractions

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