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www.treehugger.com/newly-discovered-peacock-spiders-change-your-mind-about-arachnids-4869654

Many people don't see arachnids as 'cute,' but maybe they've never laid eyes on a peacock jumping spider.

www.amazon.com/Peacock-Spider-Maratus-Volans-Baseball/dp/B07RCC97WG

Maratus volans is a species in the jumping spider family (Salticidae), belonging to the genus Maratus (peacock spiders). This colorful illustration of a popular ...

www.cnet.com/news/finding-nemo-the-spider-meet-the-arachnid-that-looks-like-the-pixar-star

Mar 29, 2021 ... Peacock spiders are teeny-tiny, measuring anywhere from 0.05 inch (1.5 millimeters) to a third of an inch (7.62 millimeters). To anyone without ...

www.news18.com/news/buzz/finding-nemo-meet-the-newest-peacock-spider-species-recently-found-in-australia-3646478.html

May 10, 2021 ... Peacock spiders are a species native to Australia. Males of this species are characterized by colourful abdomen flaps that they use to ...

newatlas.com/science/new-peacock-spider-species-joseph-schubert

Mar 26, 2020 ... Peacock spiders are tiny and harmless, measuring about 5 mm (1/5th of an inch) long. To the naked eye, they look like little brown specs hopping ...

www.amusingplanet.com/2012/12/meet-most-gorgeous-peacock-spider.html

Dec 24, 2012 ... Maratus volans, better known as the Peacock Spider, is the dandiest, the cutest little thing you'll see today. The male of this species has ...

www.iflscience.com/plants-and-animals/adorable-new-species-of-peacock-spider-named-after-finding-nemo

Mar 26, 2021 ... This particular peacock spider is a fitting tribute to Nemo in more ways than one, as in the wild it inhabits marshy vegetation in wetlands – a ...

www.cbc.ca/news/science/peacock-spiders-1.3618025

An Australian scientist has discovered seven new species of the tiny peacock spider — a spectacularly coloured, three-millimetre arachnid ...

particle.scitech.org.au/earth/five-new-dancing-peacock-spiders-discovered-in-wa

Apr 23, 2020 ... Tiny and bright ... Peacock spiders grow to about half a centimetre long—roughly the size of an eraser on the end of a pencil. They are native to ...

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... I have used Australian endemic peacock spiders of the Maratus genus (Family: ... about the evolutionary history of peacock spider courtship signals.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3181266

Sep 27, 2011 ... The peacock spider, Maratus volans, has one of the most elaborate courtship displays in arthropods. Using regular and high-speed video ...