Anyway, they are characterized by a large head and having their four front legs larger than the back four. This is also true of crab spiders and lynx spiders, but crab spiders have very long front legs that remind you of a crab, and lynx spiders have spines on their legs. So, I'm sticking with jumping spider. We'll see if I'm right when Bugguide weighs in.
The primary way to tell them is by the arrangement of the eyes, but I didn't get face to face with this one, so I don't know.
In other news: I edited, and I wrote a chapter in my own book. I found the striping tape for the trailer, but it has to be below 65 degrees to apply it. What the....? If it's not wet, maybe first thing in the morning. I also did a little bit of cleaning. It was a nice calm day. I also bruised a toe kinda bad yesterday. I don't think it's broken, but it could feel better. I'm sure it will in a few days.
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