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By Rainer Foelix

one of many basically books to regard the entire spider, from its habit and body structure to its neurobiology and reproductive features, Biology of Spiders is thought of a vintage in spider literature. First released in German in 1979, the booklet is now in its 3rd version, and has tested itself because the perfect authority on those interesting creatures.

Containing new references, this ebook comprises the newest examine whereas dispelling many oft-heard myths and misconceptions that encompass spiders. Of distinct curiosity are chapters at the constitution and serve as of spider webs and silk, in addition to these on spider venom. a brand new subchapter on tarantulas will allure in particular to tarantula keepers and breeders.

The hugely available textual content is supplemented via unparalleled, top of the range pictures, lots of them originals, and specific diagrams. will probably be of curiosity to arachnologists, entomologists, and zoologists, in addition to to lecturers, scholars of biology, and the final reader excited about spiders.

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