Spiders Glog

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Spiders Glog

Peacock spiders are very small. They are only about 4 to 5 mm in size.

Links to Sources - Click to Learn More! http://ednieuw.home.xs4all.nl/australian/salticidae/Peacock_spider_Maratus_volans.htm http://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/stories/3160792.htmhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/59431731@N05/5457367320/in/set-72157625910288895http://www.flickr.com/photos/59431731@N05/5456875293http://www.flickr.com/photos/59431731@N05/6262552817http://www.mdavid.com.au/spiders/eyes.shtml http://oddstuffmagazine.com/the-most-creepy-insect-that-is-spider.html/maratus-volans

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I like this spider because it has many cute eyes. Also, I like its colorful flaps and its dance. It is a special spider.

Peacock Spider

Photo by Jurgen Otto License

Here's looking at you, kid!The peacock spider has 8 simple eyes and 8 legs that are brown and white. The two short "legs" under the eyes that look like arms are called pedipalps.

This spider's cephalothorax has red and grey stripes with black and white markings. Its abdomen has two very colorful flaps. When it wants to attract a mate, it will spread out its flaps like a peacock and raise two legs. Then it will dance from side to side.

Can you see why the Maratus volans is called the peacock spider?

I eat mosquitos so they don't eat you!

Photo by Jurgen Otto License

Photo by Jurgen Otto License

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Watch the video to see the spider dancing!


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