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Jumping spiders of America North of Mexico

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A large group of neotropical euophryines typically with fringed third legs (and often first and second) in males. Corthalia canosa, common in SE near-tropical forests, might not be a Corythalia. This group may specialize on eating ants.

For more information and links to the species, go to Corythalia in the Tree of Life.


Like other euophryines, the embolus of the male palp is spiral.

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Leaf litter, especially in forests.

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