Comments & ID Thoughts
I'm guessing Pelegrina tillandsiae because of the pale color and dark ends of the feet. Even though I don't see the light brown that they have. I've seen this spider 3 times, always on the same portion of fence in a grove of trees in the shade. Every time I have tried holding them. I do the "treadmill" thing with my hands which usually keeps jumping spiders occupied because they feel like they're getting somewhere and then when they pause I take a picture. But these always run for the edge of my hand as fast as possible, leap off, and float away into the grass somewhere on a line of silk. Very interesting and different from kinds like bold jumpers which just dive into the grass.