Widow Jumping Spider (SA)
Widow Jumpers get there name often mistaken for black widows due to the red stripes on the abdomen a bit like in the UK everyone thinks every spider in their garage is a false widow. An absolute unit of a jumping spider as large as P.regius. Spiderlings hatch out large and feed straight on larger hydei fruit flies. As well as two parallel red stripes on the abdomen they have metallic green chelicerae. Males once mature have a blood red abdomen and black and white stripey legs.