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Tag: Mexico

Liladownsia fraile: The Rest of the Story

(A version of the following article was originally published in Metaleptea 34(2): 13-15) By Derek A. Woller My colleagues (Paolo Fontana, Ricardo Mariño-Pérez, and Hojun Song) and I recently published […]

Mexican Spider Uses Dirt for Camouflage

Scientists have discovered a new species of spider from Mexico that possesses unique camouflaging abilities. The new species belongs to the enigmatic family Paratropididae and is described in the journal […]

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