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Flying Jewels Spell Death For Baby Spiders
2012-03-03 05:32:38

Spider flies are a rarely collected group of insects. Adults are considered important pollinators of flowers, while larvae live as internal parasitoids of juvenile spiders.

2012-02-17 08:00:00

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2009-06-19 12:56:08

The Sydney Brown Trapdoor spider (Misgolas rapax) is found mainly around Sydney, Australia and is a trapdoor spider. This spider is often confused with the Sydney Funnel-web spider, which is one of the world's most venomous spiders. The Sydney Brown Trapdoor spider is generally shy and retiring. The Sydney Brown Trapdoor spider ranges from medium-to-large in size. The female spiders are .78 inches in length while the males are .87 inches in length. They are both chocolate brown though the...

2009-06-18 16:22:57

The Black Tunnelweb spider (Porrhothele antipodiana) is a spider that is found across New Zealand and the Chatham Islands. It can be found in bushes and gardens. The Black Tunnelweb spider is generally found living under logs and rocks. Its prey is often beetles and occasionally snails and mice. The Black Tunnelweb spider builds a silken tunnel with a wide area at the entrance for awareness of prey. Male Black Tunnelweb spiders are frequently found indoors during spring and summer; this is...

2009-05-02 15:42:54

The Black House Spider (Badumna insignis) is a species of arachnid that is found in Australia. It is found throughout much of Australia and prefers urban habitat mostly. They build their webs on tree trunks, logs, rock walls, and buildings (walls crevices and window frames). In the bush, this species prefers trees with rough bark which provide good shelter. Trees that have been attacked by wood-boring insects are also make good homes for this species, as the sap flowing from the bored holes...

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Word of the Day
  • The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
  • In medicine, cauterization.
The word 'adustion' comes from the Latin 'adustio', 'burning'.