Posts Tagged ‘arachnologist’

The following post from PCT Magazine is excerpted from the PCT Field Guide for the Management of Urban Spiders. We wanted to share it because it is a great, quick resource for PCO’s. It describes, specifically, the various parts of a spider’s anatomy, focusing on those elements used for identification purposes. Hope you enjoy it and find it beneficial. 

Being able to identify the key body parts of a spider may not make you an arachnologist, but it will make you a better pest management professional.

Stoy A. Hedges and Richard S. Vetter | May 31, 2012 |

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