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The red-desert jumping spider, Phidippus ardens, is notable for its stunning red abdomen. The term “ardens” is derived from the spider’s visual similarity to a glowing ember, combined with ash or soot-like appearances. While they resemble the Johnsonii species, they are not directly related. Instead, they share a closer relationship with apacheanus. Notably, female P. Ardens often exhibit distinct high-contrast patterns.