Family: Salticidae
Subfamily: Hisponinae
Genus: Jerzego
Species: J. alboguttata

Jerzego alboguttata

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerzego_alboguttatus
Jerzego alboguttata
(Hispo alboguttata)

Male 4.5mm
11-7-2015 ESPLANADE

So far this is the only Jerzego ever found in Sabah. The second ever found in Borneo after the first in Sarawak.

The cephalothorax is quite flat.

The carapace rather elongate oval. The whole carapace is orange, with a black fringe around the eyes.

 

The yellow brown abdomen is long and narrow, rounded at the front, with long straight, slightly diverging sides that curve to a point near the spinnerets.

 

The first two leg pairs are enlarged with weak ventral spines. The legs are generally yellow, with black tinging at the first pair.


The cephalothorax is flat
 

Cephalothorax. (sěf'ə-lə-thôr'āks') is the combined head and thorax of spiders

 

The carapace is elongate oval. The whole carapace is orange, with a black fringe around the eyes.

Carapace (car·a·pace) is the hard upper shell of a spider.

 

The yellow brown abdomen is long and narrow, rounded at the front, with long straight, slightly diverging sides that curve to a point near the spinnerets.
The first pairs of legs are enlarged with weak ventral spines.

The legs are generally yellow, with black tinging at the first pair.