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Jumping Spider Eyes

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Jumping Spider Eyes

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GoldMedal Stalkers Sandra Markle. Of course, having a When the eye of a jumping spider looks good disguise is only part of dark, the angle is straight down the eye tube to the retina. The retina is a layer of lightsensitive cells that sends signals to the brain. When the spider's eye tube is looking in another direction, the eye appears partly light.Jumping spiders have the best vision in the spider world. Their two large eyes can see clear, colorful images of things up to 1 foot (30 cm) away. The jumping spider's six small eyes cannot see clearly, but they can detect motion in many directions at once. In fact they see in a complete circle around them. When one of its small eyes detects motion, the jumping spider turns its body to

see.with its two main eyes. Before the jumping spider jumps, it uses its muscles to pull in its legs.Of all the world's spiders, jumping spiders have the best vision. They can recognize shapes. And, they can spot prey up to 12 inches (31 cm) away! Jumping spiders are often recognized by the arrangement of their eyes. Their eight eyes are in four rows that make a Wshaped pattern. Two small eyes form the top row. The next row has two very tiny eyes. These four eyes sense movement. The third row consists of two mediumsized eyes. These eyes determine distance. These eyes sit Nevertheless, spiders too are interesting with regard to their eyes. Spider eyes, like those of other modern arachnids but not other arthropods, are ocelli rather

than.compound eyes. But this does not mean that their performance is poorer. That such an assumption would be false can even be demonstrated with Cupiennius salei, though vision certainly does not play such an eminent role in behavior here as it does in the dayactive jumping spiders (Forster 1985, Land 1985), and even Most spiders have eight eyes arranged as two rows, although some families are characterized by spiders with only six or two eyes and some cave dwelling species have lost their eyes altogether. Often, the eye arrangement is diagnostic for a particular family. For example, jumping spiders (Salti cidae) and wolf spiders (Lycosidae) can be identified to the family level solely by their eye pattern. The structure of a

spider's.eyes is similar to the ocelli of insects. Spiders have simple eyes The jumping spider launches itself into the air, front legs extended, and lands on the bee. As it lands, its pincerlike fangs dig deep into the bee's back. Jumping spiders are small, often colorful, and have excellent eyesight. They are active, alert hunters that do not use a web. Jumping spiders vary in size from about 0.12 to 0.8 in. (3 to 20 mm). They are found all over the world, but especially in tropical areas. The first thing that you notice about a jumping spider is its eyes. Jumping in principal eyes of jumping spiders: The evolution of regular arrays of light guides. Cell and Tissue Research 262: 445460. Clark, D. L. and Uetz, G. W.

(1993)..Signal efficacy and the evolution of male dimorphism in the jumping spider, Maevia inclemens. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science U.S.A. 90: 19541957. Dennett, D. C. (1991). Consciousness Explained. Boston: Little, Brown. Dennett, D. C. (1996). Kinds of Minds: Toward an Understanding of Consciousness.Among the eight eyes, the most interesting differences are between the anterior median eyes (AME), or principal eyes, and the other eyes. Spiders can shift their gaze by moving the retina within the head well behind the lens. Thus the AME are the only ones that can search the visual field without the spider moving its body, making them a little like human eyes. This fact is dramatically illustrated by the jumping spiders,

which.have unusually large and acute AME. For them, the long “Open your eyes, Catherine, please.” Exhaustion washed through him as he stifled a yawn. A small part of him tried to recall when he'dslept thelast time, but he couldn't remember. He had dozed off a couple of times, but that was alltherest he had. All he knewwas thathe wantedtobe awake when Catherine woke up– if she ever wokeup. That possibility seemed tobecome smaller and smaller asdays passed bywithher lying unconscious in the bed. However, exhaustionwas overpowering Joanne Mattern. ® Consultant: Pedro Barbosa, PhD Department of Entomology University of Maryland, College Park by Joanne Mattern Jumping Spiders Hairy Bodies A jumping spider has four eyes

on.the. Super Jumpers Jumping spiders have thick,