Newly Discovered Spider Species, Noted for Its Genitalia, Named for Mick Fanning

Newly Discovered Spider Species, Noted for Its Genitalia, Named for Mick Fanning

The requirements were that name submissions had to be related to Queensland, the competition or World Water Day. “It’s pretty awesome to know that the spider is quite local to the Gold Coast and only a short drive from Snapper. ” White Lightning told the Brisbane Times.

Robert Raven, said the species sports intricate patterns that can look like skeletons or ghosts. “What makes this species even more special is that it has a very distinct color pattern and quite different genitalia, which makes it quite easy to differentiate between others in the group.

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Newly Discovered Spider Species, Noted for Its Genitalia, Named for Mick Fanning surf photo  Newly Discovered Spider Species, Noted for Its Genitalia, Named for Mick Fanning surf photo  Newly Discovered Spider Species, Noted for Its Genitalia, Named for Mick Fanning surf photo

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