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Help!!! (jumping spider I.D.)

Hi I have two jumping spider I have found in my home. I have done research on them so they are fine but I want to identify it’s species. I have a couple pictures of any one can help me. Also I can’t tell if one of them is a sling? Are they adults? And also are they females? It would help to find out the species first to identify everything else. Thank you also Ik this is for tarantulas but it would be really helpful

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Barrenlandss

New Member
Hi! I think they are still juveniles, males will have large bulgy pedipalps. You won’t be able to tell the sex usually until they are full adults. I also notice the vent hole in the mason jar looks a little large. I am worried they may try to escape as they are very quick and easy to blend in.
 

MBullock

Well-Known Member
Hi! I think they are still juveniles, males will have large bulgy pedipalps. You won’t be able to tell the sex usually until they are full adults. I also notice the vent hole in the mason jar looks a little large. I am worried they may try to escape as they are very quick and easy to blend in.
they look like adults to me, pellenes are small, not exceeding 10mm in BL they're very similar to the genus habronattus, particularly males, of whom have a red 'mask' around the eyes and a darker high-contrast body
 
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