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  1. Phidippus johnsoni 'sierran redback'

    Phidippus johnsoni 'sierran redback'

    A beautiful morph of Johnsoni with white cardiac markings and large white anterior stripe on the abdomen. i grabbed 8 of 'em- i would like to cross these guys with other johnsoni morphs.
  2. Phidippus aureus 'Gold jumper' 2nd Instar

    Phidippus aureus 'Gold jumper' 2nd Instar

    2nd instar nymphs resemble other purpuratus group species', but have a white/cream medial stripe on the abdomen, making them very easy to identify.
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  4. Phidippus ardens 'grey'

    Phidippus ardens 'grey'

    The 'Burning Jumper' A beautiful species related to nikites and apacheanus- some females have an amazing and unique 'firebird' marking on their abdomen as adults. Can be confused with johnsoni though abdominal markings differ.
  5. Phidippus apacheanus 'yellow'

    Phidippus apacheanus 'yellow'

    This, alongside the dirty-blonde form are more common, with the latter being the most abundant
  6. P. Apacheanus 'salmon-grey'

    P. Apacheanus 'salmon-grey'

    Front view
  7. P. Apacheanus 'salmon-grey'

    P. Apacheanus 'salmon-grey'

    A really nice female adult.
  8. Phidippus apacheanus 'red form'

    Phidippus apacheanus 'red form'

    Apacheanus is well-known for being highly variable in patterning. This is the less-common red form.
  9. Phidippus tux 'white'

    Phidippus tux 'white'

    Some specimens are a beautiful snowy-white, others are yellow.
  10. Phidippus tux

    Phidippus tux

  11. Phidippus tux

    Phidippus tux

    Lookin' like a golden brown buttered slice of toast.
  12. Phidippus aureus

    Phidippus aureus

    1i slings have just emerged and are going to be 2i soon
  13. Phidippus apacheanus

    Phidippus apacheanus

    Mature male investigating another spider's burrow
  14. Phidippus aureus 2nd instar

    Phidippus aureus 2nd instar

    It will be interesting seeing these at earlier stages of development.
  15. Phidippus tux

    Phidippus tux

  16. Phidippus tux

    Phidippus tux

    One of six i was able to collect. Not easy at all.
  17. Phidippus aureus

    Phidippus aureus

    Mating pair.
  18. Phidippus aureus #2

    Phidippus aureus #2

    a second, darker orange specimen. this is a closeup of the abdomen showcasing the scales A curious thing to note, is these seem to attack males readily far more than any other phidippus species ive ever seen.
  19. Phidippus aureus

    Phidippus aureus

    Golden jumper mature female A beautiful species closely related to nikites and apacheanus- retains its beautiful golden orange color well into adulthood.
  20. Phidippus nikites

    Phidippus nikites

    Mature female Orange form. This is the morph i call 'Mojave neon' it can be blood red, electric yellow or this beautiful fiery orange. The coastal form tends to be more of a brick-red color.