Jumping spider bite

Jumping spiders have non-toxic bite URL: http://wolfspider.org/

Jumping spiders have non-toxic bite URL: http://wolfspider.org/

Awwwww!!!!! Cute spiders with water drop hats!! Just don't bite or crawl on me though!!! Lol

Awwwww!!!!! Cute spiders with water drop hats!! Just don't bite or crawl on me though!!! Lol

Phiale sp. - Jumping Spider - Tambopata, Peru

Phiale sp. - Jumping Spider - Tambopata, Peru

Sometimes Jumping Spiders Wear Water Droplets As Hats

Sometimes Jumping Spiders Wear Water Droplets As Hats

"I am as small as your fingernail. My bite won't hurt you and I eat the bugs hiding under your couch, so . . . please don't sit on me."

"I am as small as your fingernail. My bite won't hurt you and I eat the bugs hiding under your couch, so . . . please don't sit on me."

Metallic green jumping spider of the Saltacidae family.

Metallic green jumping spider of the Saltacidae family.

spiders - THE GREEN JUMPING SPIDER  Also known as the Clown Spider and Northern Green Jumping Spider.

spiders - THE GREEN JUMPING SPIDER Also known as the Clown Spider and Northern Green Jumping Spider.

Phidippus regius - biggest jumping spider

Phidippus regius - biggest jumping spider

How to Get Rid of Jumping Spiders – Jumping Spider Bites & Control

How to Get Rid of Jumping Spiders – Jumping Spider Bites & Control

A new species of peacock spiders, called Skeletorus (Maratus sceletus), were discovered in southeast Australia, March 2015.

A new species of peacock spiders, called Skeletorus (Maratus sceletus), were discovered in southeast Australia, March 2015.

Unknown Jumping spider, Beltsville, Maryland, possibly an immature Thiodina sylvana. CC BY USGS / Sam Droege | 9.13.2013 article

Unknown Jumping spider, Beltsville, Maryland, possibly an immature Thiodina sylvana. CC BY USGS / Sam Droege | 9.13.2013 article

This is a male Hyllus diardi, the largest of the jumping spiders.  Harmless, and probably reacting to his reflection in the camera lens!

This is a male Hyllus diardi, the largest of the jumping spiders. Harmless, and probably reacting to his reflection in the camera lens!

Well yeah... When you put it that way, they're kinda cute lol!

Well yeah... When you put it that way, they're kinda cute lol!

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