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tags: Phidippus putnami, Jumping Spider, macro video, animal behavior, streaming video This remarkable video is of (probably) a sub-adult female Phidippus putnami Jumping Spider ..

tags: Paraphidippus aurantius, Jumping Spider, macro video, animal behavior, streaming video After taking the video of an adult male Paraphidippus aurantius eating a cricket and waving his arms threateningly at the videographer’s finger, both the male and an adult female P. aurantius were released on a nearby plant. As stated in the video, the videographer…

tags: Tutelina species, Jumping Spider, macro video, animal behavior, streaming video Here is some video (and stabilized from some really shakey footage using Deshaker, a plugin for Virtualdub) of male and female jumping spiders from the genus Tutelina. Not sure on the species, but the videographer’s best guess is Tutelina elegans. The female could be…

tags: Phidippus princeps, Jumping Spider, macro video, animal behavior, streaming video A nice little Phidippus princeps “chewing” on her (his?) feet, cleaning her eyes, and her fangs. Lots of fun palp movement, and a few glimpses of fang.

Ant-Mimicking Jumping Spider

tags: ant mimic, Jumping Spider, macro video, animal behavior, streaming video Unfortunately, no species ID yet (can you ID this spider?), but the mimicry in both form and behavior is truly beautiful, astonishing, really.

tags: Phidippus audax, Jumping Spider, macro video, animal behavior, streaming video A macro video of a very large (15mm or so) adult female Phidippus audax jumping spider that the videographer found in a light fixture. Set to a recording he made in December with a vintage Japanese Alvarez classical acoustic and a Kay Swingmaster hollowbody…

tags: Phidippus apacheanus, Jumping Spider, macro video, animal behavior, streaming video There’s a chance he could be a male Phidippus cardinalis — a bit of research reveals both P. apacheanus and P. cardinalis are found in this area of Oklahoma.

tags: Phidippus mystaceus, Jumping Spider, macro video, animal behavior, streaming video This macro video of an adult male Phidippus mystaceus Jumping Spider is really interesting. He does have an inordinate fondness for jumping onto the camera lens, though! Jumping spiders are my favorite types, although they do awaken my inner phobia at times.

tags: A close look at some small wildlife, insects, macro, streaming video This amazing streaming video gives you an idea of the power of a super duper macro lens with a Sony HC3. Working distance for this film was about 1.5 inches with a reversed 50mm [5:16]