Phidippus apacheanus is a large jumping spider, a member of the Salticidae family. It is found in the United States, Mexico, and Cuba.
It ranges in size from 3.3 mm (small males) to 22 mm (large, gravid females). The chelicerae are iridescent green. The female is black with orange on top of the cephalothorax and abdomen. There is often a black stripe on the abdomen. The dorsal color is yellow, orange, or red. The underside is black. There are many small light spots or a light basal band on the abdomen. The male is similar but has solid coloration and is more often red-orange. The palps of the male are dark.
For the most part, immatures have color patterns similar to adult females, and the pattern becomes more similar with each succeeding instar. The most difficult stage to determine to species is the first free-living instar, which in most species has a dark body with no scale pattern. The leg segments distal to the femur are usually much paler in color than the rest of the spiderling. The known color patterns of first instars of P. apacheanus have a black body and distal leg segments are black.
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