I’m delighted to bring you the twelfth instalment of SPIDERDAY! All your arachnid links, at your fingertips!
Please note: I’m going to be away (vacation time…) for part of August – your next Spiderday will likely be on 22 August. Hope you can wait that long!
- Green Lynx Spiders – friend or foe? My Read of the Week.
- A moth that mimics a jumping spider. And if you don’t believe the photo, there’s a paper about it too.
- The Spider Forest: Here’s a great field work adventure, in which spiders kind of get in the way of research.
- Boom: new spider species (in Kerala). Always good news.
- Wolf spider cannibalism? Yes, it’s important.
- Spider of the Dominican Republic: there’s a blog for that.
- Here’s a very interesting post that is all about how wasps take down spiders: spiders are prey too!
- Here’s a video on that topic:
- in New Zealand, here’s a post about mites that may prove to be important biological control agents against wasps. Mite-y powerful!
- On damselflies and mites: Regionally widespread parasitic water mites have relatively broad host species ranges. Nifty paper!
- An unlucky Opiliones: