This small jumping spider has most often been collected from conifer trees, although has also been found in a wide variety of other habitats. Despite the tiny size of this spider it has been recorded taking prey as large as the Common Earwig. These are photographs of a female that joined us for lunch on July 5, 2014.
*She also doesn't like the term "common name" and prefers the term "English name" or "Hul'q'umi'num' name or Spanish name....or whatever. For the record.