In the last few days I've been taking a closer look through my spider collection. There is a huge diversity and a bewildering array of sizes and body shapes that I'm somehow meant to sort into families. And that is why jumping spiders are like weevils. Jumping spiders (family Salticidae for those taxonomically inclined) have a very distinctive eye pattern which makes them nice and simple to identify. They are also super cool because their eyes can be different colours. Even cooler than the Botany Bay weevil is the Peacock Spider - unfortunately, I found neither Botany Bay weevil nor Peacock Spider in any of my traps.