Jumping spiders of America North of Mexico

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Beetle-like small dendryphantines with robust carapace.

Agassa cyanea and Sassacus papenhoei are closely related though now placed in separate genera; they differ in the form of the carapace.

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


One of the most beetle-like of North American salticids. The posterior slope of the carapace is steep.

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