Monomad - Jump Spider : Phidippus putnami

in Black And White2 months ago

Hello Everyone..

This is my entry for the daily #monomad challenge

In this post, I again want to share some photos of spiders that I found in the bushes of remote areas in North Aceh. Precisely in the village of Serba Jaman Tunong, Sumatra, Indonesia.

The spider I mean is Phidippus putnami, a species of spider belonging to the family Salticidae.

This spider has a dominant black color, a jumping spider species with its characteristic that it often jumps when it avoids objects that approach it. However, with a little patience we can use plant branches so that spiders land on them.

That way we only need a little more time to wait for the spider perched on the branch of the plant to calm down and be comfortable, then we can get the perfect shot.

And below I have uploaded some photos of the spider I mean, I hope you are interested and like it.

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Jump Spider - Phidippus putnami

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Jump Spider - Phidippus putnami

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Jump Spider - Phidippus putnami

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Jump Spider - Phidippus putnami

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Jump Spider - Phidippus putnami

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Jump Spider - Phidippus putnami

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Jump Spider - Phidippus putnami

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Jump Spider - Phidippus putnami

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Jump Spider - Phidippus putnami

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Jump Spider - Phidippus putnami

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CameraVivo V20 + Macro Lens
CategoryBlack & White Photography
ProcessedLightroom
LocationTanah Luas, Indonesia
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Nature is beautiful.
Thanks for sharing.
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Nice shot!... and beautiful eyes!

These are well shot photos. However, this is not a Phidippus spider, as they're native to North America. I'm not sure which species this dead male was, however. There are so many genera of jumping spiders to look through!

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