This is now the THIRD species of "Jumping Spider" I've photographed this week.
Along with my "House Jumping Spider" in the spare bedroom, and my "Fence-Post Jumper" on the Blue Tit box, I've now re-found this little lady, hunting on our back gate, in the warm sun today.
This, of course, is the most famous Jumping Spider in Britain - the "Zebra Spider", Salticus scenicus, and this indivdual is once again, a small female (no HUGE chelicerae (fangs) on her like the Zebra Spider males), at about 2-3mm high and 4mm long.
I've gone into this species' biology before, so no need to again, but do click on any of the above images to enlarge them...
I've added the best to the "New Warren" and enlarged it MUCH larger if you'd like to take a look HERE.