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Paraphidippus

As most of the species of the genus is unknown, it is not possible to give generic information regarding the genus. Here are some essential things given but scientists are still doing a lot research.

Paraphidippus

Spiders Belonging to this Genus

Paraphidippus aurantiusParaphidippus basalisParaphidippus disjunctus
Paraphidippus fartilisParaphidippus fulgidusParaphidippus funebris
Paraphidippus fuscipesParaphidippus incontestusParaphidippus inermis
Paraphidippus laniipesParaphidippus luteusParaphidippus mexicanus
Paraphidippus nigropilosusParaphidippus nitens 

Physical Description and Identification

Adults

Size: The spiders have an average size of 0.37 in (0.95 cm).

Color: Each species has different colors. The color also varies from gender to gender.

Other Characteristic Features: Some species has beautiful marking on the abdomen.

Eggs

Since the genus is yet to be researched well, the information regarding the egg production is not well documented so far.

Spiderlings

There is no information regarding how the juvenile spiders grow up.

The Web

Since they belong to the jumping spider category, it is believed that these spiders hunt rather than making webs.

Are Spiders of Paraphidippus Genus Venomous

There is no proof when it comes to the spider of the genus. The venom factor depends from one species to another.

Quick Facts

DistributionHonduras, Mexico, USA, Costa Rica, and Greater Antilles
HabitatVivid places
DietFlies, butterflies, and insects
LifespanNot known

Did You Know

  • The English arachnologist, Frederick Octavius Pickard-Cambridge, described the genus in 1901.
  • The name of the genus is an amalgamation of “Phidippus (a genus name of the jumping spider family) and “para” implying alongside.

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As most of the species of the genus is unknown, it is not possible to give generic information regarding the genus. Here are some essential things given but scientists are still doing a lot research.

Paraphidippus

Spiders Belonging to this Genus

Paraphidippus aurantiusParaphidippus basalisParaphidippus disjunctus
Paraphidippus fartilisParaphidippus fulgidusParaphidippus funebris
Paraphidippus fuscipesParaphidippus incontestusParaphidippus inermis
Paraphidippus laniipesParaphidippus luteusParaphidippus mexicanus
Paraphidippus nigropilosusParaphidippus nitens 

Physical Description and Identification

Adults

Size: The spiders have an average size of 0.37 in (0.95 cm).

Color: Each species has different colors. The color also varies from gender to gender.

Other Characteristic Features: Some species has beautiful marking on the abdomen.

Eggs

Since the genus is yet to be researched well, the information regarding the egg production is not well documented so far.

Spiderlings

There is no information regarding how the juvenile spiders grow up.

The Web

Since they belong to the jumping spider category, it is believed that these spiders hunt rather than making webs.

Are Spiders of Paraphidippus Genus Venomous

There is no proof when it comes to the spider of the genus. The venom factor depends from one species to another.

Quick Facts

DistributionHonduras, Mexico, USA, Costa Rica, and Greater Antilles
HabitatVivid places
DietFlies, butterflies, and insects
LifespanNot known

Did You Know

  • The English arachnologist, Frederick Octavius Pickard-Cambridge, described the genus in 1901.
  • The name of the genus is an amalgamation of “Phidippus (a genus name of the jumping spider family) and “para” implying alongside.

Image Source: 66.media.tumblr.com

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