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Some dermatologists believe jumping spiders are the most common biting spider in the United States.
Peacock spiders and other jumping spiders use internal hydraulic pumps rather than leg muscles to leap 30 times their body length.
With brains the size of a sesame seed, jumping spiders may seem like mental lightweights.
The third group, the Araneomorphae, includes 5500 jumping spiders, 4500 dwarf spiders, 2400 wolf spiders, and thousands of web spinners.
With his son Chris, now 21, Knode set up a spooky, interactive Halloween experience across his front lawn, complete with strobe lights, jumping spiders, robotic characters and inflatables, skeletons, snakes, ghosts and ghouls.
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