100 million-year-old spider species with scorpion-like tail discovered

100 million-year-old spider species with scorpion-like tail discovered

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Possible New Spider Species Can Count and Create Perfect Spider Replica!

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8 Strange New Spider Species Found on Indian Tiger Reserve

T his spider in the genus Stenaelurillus appears to have a hip, blue mustache. SUDHIKUMAR Found living in India’s Parambikulam Tiger Reserve, a park near the southwestern coast of the subcontinent.

A male of the peacock spider species Maratus jactatus, which is nicknamed Sparklemuffin.<br />A SPARKLE MUFFIN SPIDER!!!!!

Meet 2 New Spider Species: 'Skeletorus' and 'Sparklemuffin'

Two Vividly-Marked Peacock Spider Species Nicknamed "Sparklemuffin" and "Skeletorus" Discovered in Queensland

A female of the peacock spider species Maratus jactatus, with one of her offspring. <br />

Meet 2 New Spider Species: 'Skeletorus' and 'Sparklemuffin'

The scientific names of Sparklemuffin and Skeletorus are Maratus jactatus (female pictured.

The most bizarre spiders species - 9GAG

The most bizarre spiders species

H. sadistica is the first spider species – and the first member of the entire subphylum Chelicerata – found to use traumatic insemination.[2] The males have specialized genital structures at the pedipalps that are adapted to grip the female and inject the sperm, using a structure resembling a hypodermic needle. After positioning himself, the male pierces the female on both sides and injects the sperm directly into the ovaries, resulting in about eight holes in two rows. Consistent with the…

H. sadistica is the first spider species – and the first member of the entire subphylum Chelicerata – found to use traumatic insemination.[2] The males have specialized genital structures at the pedipalps that are adapted to grip the female and inject the sperm, using a structure resembling a hypodermic needle. After positioning himself, the male pierces the female on both sides and injects the sperm directly into the ovaries, resulting in about eight holes in two rows. Consistent with the…

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Meet Sparklemuffin and Skeletorus, Two New Spider Species

These surprisingly majestic spiders - nicknamed Skeletorus and Sparklemuffin - were found in the Wondul Range National Park.

Meet one of the only arachnids that we'd actually call "cute," a newly-identified species of peacock spider dubbed "Sparklemuffin." Another new discovery, "Skeletorus" (which is also pretty cute, with added mod-meets-goth flair), is pictured below.

Newly-Discovered "Sparklemuffin" Peacock Spider Is Here To Party

Two Vividly-Marked Peacock Spider Species Nicknamed “Sparklemuffin” and “Skeletorus” Discovered in Queensland (Colossal)

Two miniature spider species discovered in Giant Panda Sanctuaries of China

Two miniature spider species discovered in Giant Panda Sanctuaries of China

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Scientists have unearthed a completely new species of spider hiding in sand dunes on the Israel-Jordan border.    With a legspan that stretches 5.5 inches, the spider, called Cerbalus aravensis, is the biggest of its type in the Middle East.

Giant Spider Species Discovered in Middle Eastern Sand Dunes

I won't be camping in the mid-east anytime soon.Giant Spider Species Discovered in Middle Eastern Sand Dunes (Cerbalus aravensis)

Cartwheel spider- in defense it cartwheels down the Sand Dunes to escape predators.

In Photos: New Spider Species Cartwheels Down Sand Dunes

100 million-year-old spider species with scorpion-like tail discovered

100 million-year-old spider species with scorpion-like tail discovered

Spotting of the day: Ant mimic spider species hunt ants, using their anatomical and behavioral mimicry to get close to their prey.  Ant mimic spider spotted by Philip Chen

Spotting of the day: Ant mimic spider species hunt ants, using their anatomical and behavioral mimicry to get close to their prey. Ant mimic spider spotted by Philip Chen

A species of crab spider, Misumenoides formosipes, is able to slowly change its color to match its background when hunting, a rare ability in the animal kingdom, says a Ball State University professor.

The female whitebanded crab spider uses its rare colour-changing ability to ambush prey

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