The most common genus of jumping spiders is Phidippus. A large, hairy and colorful species that can grow to an average of 10 mm. long though some species reach up to  15 mm in length. A common species in this genus is the Bold Jumper (Phidippus audax, pictured) a large black spider with white marking that are usually seen in gardens and around flowers

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