Bagheera kiplingi, jumping spider
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Bagheera kiplingi, jumping spider

This jumping spider is on a bull thorn acacia plant eating the beltin bodies which the ants that protect the plant eat for protein. The jumping spider is so fast that it can escape the jaws of the ant that protects it. Only vegetarian spider known.

Photograph by Carol Farneti Foster

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