Jumping Spiders

jumping spider hunting moth
Lucky for this moth, the jumping spider was on the wrong side of the glass!

Les Harrison is the UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Director

Regal is a word used to describe kings, queens and other general nobility. The word itself conjures an air of sophistication and royalty. There is one such inhabitant which frequents our area that is described as regal, though it is not what one would expect.

Though it may not have flowing robes or a jewel-encrusted crown, the native jumping spider (pictured to the left) is referred to as the Regal jumping spider, and, like scorpions, it is more charming than one may think. Read the full article here!


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Posted: July 31, 2015

Category: Natural Resources, Wildlife
Tags: Arachnid, Big Bend Bugs!, Bug, Bugs, Environment, Environmentally Friendly, Extension, Florida, Garden, General Information, Insect, Jumping Spider, Lawn & Garden, Les Harrison, Natural Resources, Natural Wakulla, Regal Jumping Spider, Scorpion, Spider, UF/IFAS, Wakulla, Wakulla CED, Wakulla County, Wakulla County Extension, Wakulla Extension

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