|It's really happening
The book is now at the publishers and will be out sometime around the middle of the year. It is 464 pages with over 1350 colour photos of spiders,...
|Have you ever seen a Tetrablemmid?
If you have seen a tetrablemmid, a spider in the family Tetrablemmidae, you would be one of a very select few. Even if you did happen to be looking...
This Tuesday we show off a number of pesky Tetragnathid spp. which have been hard to identify, or are obscure. Tetragnathids are very pretty, so they...
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