Data from: Risk assessment and the use of novel shortcuts in spatial detouring tasks in jumping spiders

Samuel Aguilar-Argüello, Daniel Gerhard & Ximena Nelson
Selection on individuals that incorporate risk to quickly and accurately make a priori navigational assessments may lead to increased spatial ability. Jumping spiders (Araneae: Salticidae) are characterized by their highly acute vision, which mediates many behaviors, including prey capture and navigation. When moving to a specific goal (prey, nest, a potential mate, etc.), salticids rely on visual cues and spatial memory to orient in three-dimensional space. Salticid spatial ability has been studied in homing and...
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