Articles related to spiders
Spiders in Space on Skylab 3 - NASA Spider Experiment on Skylab 3
Anita and Arabella, two female cross spiders (Araneus diadematus) went into orbit in 1973 for Skylab 3 space station. Like the STS-107 experiment, the Skylab ...
Venomous Spiders - Pest Control - About.com
Most spiders of the U.S. are harmless, but the hobo spider, black widow spider, and brown recluse spider can be dangerous - but their bite can be prevented.
Spiders (Class Arachnida) - Insects - About.com
Looking for an arthropod of the eight-legged variety? Try checking out these articles and links on spiders.
Widow Spiders, Genus Latrodectus - Insects - About.com
The famous black widow is just one of the venomous widow spiders living throughout the world. Bites from female widow spiders are medically significant, and ...
Characteristics of Spiders - Order Araneae - Insects - About.com
Spiders are often feared and sometimes scorned, but they do serve a purpose on our planet. Did you know that this order, Araneae, is the largest entirely ...
10 Fascinating Facts About Spiders - Insects - About.com
Spiders – some people love them, some people hate them. Regardless of where you stand on the subject, you'll find these 10 facts about spiders fascinating. 1.
Cobweb Spiders, Family Theridiidae - Insects - About.com
Cobweb spiders include the familiar common house spider and the feared black widow. A large and diverse family, there are over 2200 Theridiids worldwide.
Learn About Wolf Spiders - Family Lycosidae - Insects - About.com
One of the largest spider families, wolf spiders use keen eyesight, quick reflexes, and camouflage to survive as ground dwellers.
Camel Spider Arachnid Species Overview - Insects - About.com
Camel spiders inhabit deserts and other arid environments, including areas of the Middle East where U.S. soldiers are stationed. What are camel spiders, ...
Identify Brown Recluse Spiders - The Habitat - First Aid - About.com
Jul 20, 2014 ... Brown recluse spiders are known to live in a very specific part of the United States. If it didn't come from there, it's not a brown recluse.