About two years ago our Development Director, Glenn, witnessed and documented a female of this species slurping up Gray Swordgrass Moth eggs around his front door (see the series of photos here). While perhaps not commonly seen or known, some spider species make a meal of insect eggs. This species of jumping spider is common throughout western North America, extending into Canada and Mexico, and is often found on vegetation rather than the ground. 

Photo by: Glenn Marangelo on 3/13/21 in Missoula, MT