Maratus sarahae
This is a species of peacock spider that I found on Bluff Knoll in the Stirling Range in Western Australia and David Hill and I illustrated and described in detail (Peckhamia 96.1, 101.1, 1081)http://peckhamia.com/peckhamia_numbers.html

This species has incredibly irridescent colours on its abdomen, which appear of different hue depending on light and appear best in full sunlight. It is larger than all other species of peacock spiders I photographed to date. Its a stunning spider living in a stunning environment. The species is closely related to Maratus mungaich another Western Australian species. It differs from it in having white hairs on the legs and different colour pattern on the abdomen.

A couple of videos about this species
youtu.be/E-nmeYirsvA
youtu.be/z-_abWX65a8
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