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Plexippus setipes (Stripes jumping spider)

RM 90.00
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Description


#Fragile

Source: araneae
CTTO: chanddgreen

Plexippus is a genus of jumping spiders that was first described by Carl Ludwig Koch in 1846. It is considered a senior synonym of Hissarinus and Apamamia.

Plexippus setipes can be found in Turkmenistan, China, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan

Male:
Prosoma orange to light brown, eye field darker. Prosoma length: 3.2 mm. Legs yellow to orange. Opisthosoma reddish brown, dorsum with wide yellow median band, venter light yellow.

Female:
Colouration as in male, but pattern on opisthosoma less contrasting. Prosoma length: 2.7 mm.

NOTES


  • Price above are website exclusive only. 
  • Size range are for referencing purpose only, size vary by environment, nutrition and gender. 
  • Dwarf / Tiny / Arboreal species are not entitled for LAG in sling and juvie stages.
  • Fragile species are not entitled for LAG in all stages. 
  • Female in all sizes are charged double of listed price.
  • All specimen availability is based on first come first-served, while stocks last basis.
  • #OOS: Out of Stock
  • #NFS: Not for Sale
  • #PRE: Pre-Order
  • Disclaimer: Photos are for identification and study purposes only. 
  • Scorpo Hunter reserves the right to change the pricing, terms & conditions without prior notice.


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