Phidippus regius blue rastafari, commonly known as the “Rastafari” jumping spider, is a P. Regius morph native to Jamaica, specifically found in the region of the Blue Mountains. The Blue Mountains extend in a southwest-northeast direction, reaching heights of up to 2,250 meters, creating a noticeably cooler microclimate compared to the rest of Jamaica. The peaks of the mountains experience an average temperature of only thirteen degrees Celsius. However, Phidippus regius “Rastafari” can be found in the intermediate mountain regions where the average annual temperature ranges between 24 and 27 °C. While these critters aren’t literally “blue”, they display gorgeous crimson marking unique to their locality in the Jamaican mountains. Like all Phidippus spiders, they are exceptionally easy to care for and make great pets.