Random Arthropods

A jumping spider of some kind; it was hanging on to one of the Wolfe’s Pond Park crew on Sunday.
Insects will often use leaves to hide in, make nests, and lay their eggs. So I looked closer at this curled leaf and, instead of caterpillars or other bugs, found a couple of spiders.
This moth was outside my apartment door in the hallway.
If you look closely you can see the two-toned legs.

You’re welcome to offer IDs for any of these.

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