FIELD GUIDE JUMPING SPIDERS

  1. JUMPING SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    there are species which mimic _,
    these species do not _
    • ants
    • jump
  2. JUMPING SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    there are species which mimic _,
    these species do not _
    • ants
    • jump
  3. JUMPING SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    do not construct _ webs
    snare
  4. JUMPING SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    do build web retreats which are
    loosely woven, saclike, composed of several envelopes, and usually have 2 openings
  5. JUMPING SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    Unlike most spiders, jumping spiders are
    active during the _ and
    seem to like _
    • daytime
    • sunshine
  6. JUMPING SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    They are _ and have the keenest _ of all spiders
    • hunters
    • keenest vision
  7. JUMPING SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    their _ _ is very poor
    night vision
  8. JUMPING SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    can rapidly move both _ and _ for short distances.
    sideways and backward
  9. JUMPING SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    They are excellent _
    jumpers.
  10. JUMPING SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    indoor web Retreats may be built under _
    • furniture, in drapery folds, between books on bookshelves, in
    • cracks such as found in wood floors, around door and window molding, etc
  11. JUMPING SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    outdoor web retreats can frequently be found under _
    loose bark, between leaves, etc.
  12. JUMPING SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    Indoors, they will usually be found around
    _ and _ because more insects are
    attracted to these areas
    windows and doors
  13. JUMPING SPIDER - FIELD GUIDE
    Indoors, they will usually be found around
    _ and _ because more insects are
    attracted to these areas
Author
ianquinto
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FIELD GUIDE JUMPING SPIDERS
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FIELD GUIDE JUMPING SPIDERS
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