Genetic studies shed light on spiders, web-weaving

07/22/2014 | Nature (free content)

A pair of genetic studies weave a new picture of the spider family tree, suggesting that some species are not as closely related as once thought. It also threw into question long-held theories about how spider webs evolved, with more arachnids abandoning web weaving in favor of other methods of catching prey.

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