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Thread: The flamboyant spidey

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    Default The flamboyant spidey

    ID: Genus Chrysillia(jumping spider)

    One of the most colourful and flamboyant species of jumping spiders(rather the most colourful spiders), these tiny beauties, surprisingly, seem to exist and nurture well in the backyards of urban gardens. These particular ones, spotted in our society’s garden, tend to be really tiny, hardly 4mm long, and like to take refuge in the darkish part of the garden, along with the extra flowerpots that are kept aside. The difference between the subadult or juvenile and the adult is really stark, almost making them look like a completely different species. Capturing or framing the adults are a very difficult task, as they are very swift and hide themselves in the tiniest nook and cranny of the terrain.

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    I read the title and was not sure why you called it flamboyant. But on seeing the image surely the title seems apt . It has such bright striking colours. Good details. Thanks for sharing the detailed information. Look forward to more.

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    It looks like the techno style that was so prevalent some years ago among youngsters - neon lights and similar clothing. Given their small size I guess it is difficult for people to notice them. Thanks for sharing this colorful beauty.

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