Thursday, August 13, 2020

A MALE CERATONOTOS MOTH ATTRACKING FEMALES



Meet Creatonotos gangis, the weirdest moth you’ve ever seen. This is a male, and the strange structures you can see are called corematas. They’re used to spread large amounts of pheromones which attract females. The size of these scent organs are dependent on the diet that the moth experienced as a caterpillar.

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Wednesday, July 22, 2020

JUMPING SPIDER GETS BEE


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More information on the jumping spider


Did you know that jumping spiders make good pets?







Saturday, March 21, 2020

BIRD EATING SPIDER

BIG BUG FOR YOUR CARDS



"They're big, they're hairy, but are they scary? 

Not when you get to know them! Tarantulas are the biggest spiders in the world. They are also known as baboon spiders in Africa and hairy spiders in South America. But don't be alarmed! Most tarantulas are busy minding their own business. If you don't bother them, they won't bother you."


Tuesday, February 18, 2020

POTATO BUG


This bug looks ferocious, but runs from people and usually hides underground.
Learn more about the potato bug:

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Saturday, January 18, 2020

NEW BLUE TARANTULA - NEW TO SCIENCE



A spectacular spider is new to science.
CHIEN LEE

This amazing blue tarantula is a new spider species—

but did researchers break the law when they studied it?

By Yao-Hua Law