The bold jumper, or white-spotted jumping spider, is like many other jumping spiders: it is fuzzy, walks with jerky movements, jumps astonishingly long distances, and doesn't build webs.
To identify this species, note the fuzzy, usually black body with spots on the abdomen. The cephalothorax (head) is often larger than the oval abdomen and is a solid black or reddish brown. There are often several white (or orange or reddish) spots on top of the abdomen, a central spot being the largest. The chelicerae (fangs) are iridescent green or blue.