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Deinopis subrufa Deinopidae    "This is a classic closeup shot of the face of the net-casting spider, with the enormous posterior median eyes. Jumping spiders have large anterior median eyes. Deinopis subrufa is a big, gentle, elongated spider, body length up to 25mm. Apparently they are attracted to some vibrations like the idling of a 4WD."

Deinopis subrufa Deinopidae "This is a classic closeup shot of the face of the net-casting spider, with the enormous posterior median eyes. Jumping spiders have large anterior median eyes. Deinopis subrufa is a big, gentle, elongated spider

Jumping spiders wearing water droplets as hats. So cute!!!

Indonesian photographer Uda Dennie documents how fashionable jumping spiders look wearing water droplets as hats.

This spider (Cosmophasis sp., Indonesia), has quite the unibrow, and looks like a Sesame Street character -- an iridescent, eight-legged version of Bert.

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Look deep into my eyes! This stunning up close and personal shot of a jumping spider is almost mesmerizing! (photo: Namo Gallery)

Portrait jumping spider by Thanit Koolkoksoong, via I will admit it- I HATE spiders, but this picture is flat out extraordinary!

Meet the Peacock spider (Maratus volans) - a species of jumping spider native to eastern Australia. Only 5mm in length, it is only the males that have this bright colouring.

The Peacock spider (Maratus volans) a species of jumping spider native to eastern Australia. Only in length, it is only the males that have this bright colouring. -- just like real male peacocks!