Here is another one of my photographs. I grow this variety of hot peppers. (Don't ask me what kind because I don't know the name of it. It over-winters quite well, the peppers start out green, then they go black and then finish red, its new growth has a distinctive fuzz to it and the seeds never hybridize
.) Anyway, aphids are always a problem for me with these plants, especially during the winter season when I move them indoors. The indoor conditions along with the lack of natural predators makes things good for aphid take over.
That's why I like these jumping spiders. Not only are they cute and fun to watch, but they eat aphids. So when ever I come across one of these guys, I carefully relocate it to my plants. They make for an effective natural pest control, (I prefer this method to spraying my plants.) In this photo you can see a close up of one of these little guys munching on a fat aphid head first. On the adjecent flower you can see some other little aphids fattening up. (Click the image to view larger.)