a blog from the Department of Systems Biology @ Harvard Medical School
March 7, 2011 § Leave a comment
Via Not Exactly Rocket Science: while in Eucador, Myrmecos ran across a species of spider that pretends to be an ant, complete with fine golden hairs on the body and legs that mimic antennae. Wow.
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