Maevia inclemens

commonly known as the Dimorphic Jumping Spider. The males of this species occur in two forms; the first resembles the female, a sort of salt and pepper mix with yellow and rust red markings.


However, the second form is almost nothing like the former, instead with a black body and three distinct tufts of hair on its cephalothorax.


For more information take a look at the species page on Bugguide.


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