Just posted a new Arachnews over at Arachnofiles! In this month’s edition: some amazing photography, cute cartoons, seal nasal mites, beetle-riding pseudoscorpions, ethical treatment of spiders, the evolution of sociality, and some beautiful newly described species. Check it out.
Featured image: the newly described jumping spider Uroballus carlei resembles a caterpillar. Credit: Stefan Obenauer, iNaturalist.
There’s satire, cake, molecular phylogeny, and more in this round-up of all things arachnid. This month is very jumping spider-heavy—but can you blame me?!
This month in arachnid news: SpiderCon ’19, tarantula trafficking, horseshoe crab evolution, honeybee mites, newly described species, and more. Continue reading Arachnews: February 2019