The Private Life of Spiders

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New Holland Publishers, 2007 - Spiders - 160 pages
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THE PRIVATE LIFE OF SPIDERS explores a fascinating world of competition and a fight for survival. Join arachnid expert Paul Hillyard on a tour of some of the most remarkable and diverse spiders, from the solitary bird-eating tarantula to the African Sheet Web Spider, which can live in colonies of over one thousand individuals. Featuring species from all around the world and in a range of different habitats. Illustrated with over 100 superb colour photographs highlighting the beauty and diversity of spiders. With information on spider anatomy, behaviour, reproduction and social organisation, as well as on web construction and hunting techniques.
  

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User Review  - Tony duncan - Goodreads

another great book on nature. Spiders are one fo the most amazing families of animals. Once again this explores the amazing adaptations that evolution has found in order to exploit and survive. The ... Read full review

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User Review  - Reader - Goodreads

Loved this book such a great read. Learned a lot by reading this book. Such a great read on spiders the different ones that live all over the world. There are tons of different species of spiders some small some big. Some nice some not so nice. But a great read. Read full review

Contents

Chapter
8
Social Spiders
124
Chapter 9
134
Glossary
150
Index
156
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