List of PECKHAMIA Numbers PECKHAMIA Editorial Board

With the publication of PECKHAMIA 92.1 (12 July 2011), PECKHAMIA numbers are now available simultaneously in both print (ISSN 2161―8526) and online (ISSN 19448120) editions.  Copies of the print edition may be obtained directly at a cost of $1.00 US per page, unless a different price is specified, to cover production and shipping costs.  If you wish to obtain the print edition, please send an email directly to Peckhamia Subscriptions at the following address:,  or write to Peckhamia Subscriptions, c/o D. E. Hill, 213 Wild Horse Creek Drive, Simpsonville, SC 29680.  If you know the price of a specific number (listed on the last page of the electronic edition), you can send a check directly to Peckhamia Subscriptions with your order.

PECKHAMIA is an international, open-access scientific journal (print ISSN 2161―8526, online ISSN 19448120) dedicated to research in the biology of jumping spiders (Arachnida: Araneae: Salticidae). Like the jumping spider Peckhamia, it was named to honor the memory of George and Elizabeth Peckham, pioneers in the study of this remarkable group of spiders.  It is published in the 'serious amateur' tradition established by the Peckhams.

A total of 14 PECKHAMIA numbers were distributed in paper between the years 1977 and 1995 (Volume 1: 1-6, Volume 2: 1-6, and Volume 3: 1-2). Digital (PDF) versions of the articles contained in these numbers are available for download at this site.

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female Menemerus bivittatus

Single side-step (R1+R3+L2+L4 moved to your right) of a female Menemerus bivitattus  from Anastasia Island southeast of St. Augustine,  St. John's County, Florida, USA.  This agile spider quickly moved its pedipalps up and down in unison,  alternately exposing its shiny black chelicerae to view.  M. bivittatus is synanthropic (most often found on the walls of buildings) and cosmopolitan (in subtropical to tropical areas).   Note the dense patch of orange scales on the face and clypeus of this spider.