Invertebrata

Invertebrate education and photography

April 9, 2013 1:08 pm
The Ladybird Spider (Eresus sandaliatus) showing significant sexual dimorphism. (Male on the right, female on the left)
(Image source: Encyclopedia of Life)

The Ladybird Spider (Eresus sandaliatus) showing significant sexual dimorphism. (Male on the right, female on the left)

(Image source: Encyclopedia of Life)

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