The Green Jumping Spider (Mopsus penicillatus = M. mormon) is found in the warmer regions of Australia. During the day they hunt on foliage, their green colour providing camouflage. They are predators of insects and they can make jumps many times their body length. They prepare a silk line before they jump so that they can haul themselves back with it if necessary.
I made a short movie from video clips I took with my Panasonic ZS30 of a male Green Jumping Spider that was about 12mm long. As the camera was only a few inches away from the spider it was difficult to keep the picture steady as the spider moved around. I slowed down the speed of the movie for the last part of the movie, which ends when the spider jumped.
Due to the clumps of hair on the sides of the head and the big front pair of eyes, i think the male's face looks rather like that of an orangutan!