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Jumping Spiders Learn To Distinguish Red Toxic Prey From Yummy Blood-Filled Mosquitoes
Jumping spiders learn to distinguish a color — red, in this case — in order to suss out whether their prey is toxic or actually a really toothsome bit that nonetheless contains the color red, which is often associated with toxic creatures. This means the spiders can live longer and continue to manage agricultural pests, such as caterpillars, beetles and flies.
Source: Natures Talk Show via Nature World News
Jumping Spiders Learn To Distinguish Red Toxic Prey From Yummy Blood-Filled Mosquitoes
Natures Talk Show via Nature World News

Jumping Spiders Learn To Distinguish Red Toxic Prey From Yummy Blood-Filled Mosquitoes
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