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Maternal behaviour of wolf spiders

This is an information sheet describing the maternal behaviour of wolf spiders (Family Lycosidae).


Forest wolf spider

The photograph is of a forest wolf spider sitting on a large dry leaf on the ground. The features on its head include eight eyes and two fangs. Its eight legs are stretched out ready to hunt prey or to flee from a predator.

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EnviroNorth: savanna walkabout

This is an interactive website about Australia's savannas. It has four main sections providing information about where tropical savannas are located across the world; the importance of termites in Australia's tropical savannas ecosystem; the lifecycle of the termite; and the research being conducted in Australia's savannas. ...