Canberra Spiders: Jumping Spider


canberra jumping spiderNumerous genera species
Family: Salticidae

These small, square fronted spiders have the central pair of eyes in the front row greatly enlarged and they hunt their prey by sight. Many of the species that enter houses are bark and foliage dwellers, and they stalk their prey around the walls and ceiling. If you approach a Jumping spider slowly with your finger it will turn its body so as to follow the movement with its eyes. None of the local Jumping spiders are known to be dangerous to humans.

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