Posts Tagged ‘Richard S. Vetter’

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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