What happened with Wolf spiders in the Alaska Arctic…

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| Article By Amit Kumar [ mydatawords.com ] | updating on June 15, 2020 |



Wolf spiders in a warming to the Alaska Arctic……

Wolf spiders are among the most important predators in the Alaska Arctic

The new research from Washington University in St. Louis and the study conducted in Alaska suggests that as female wolf spiders become larger and produce more offspring, competition among them increases triggering higher rates of cannibalism and reducing the number of young spiders that survive to adulthood.

According to Amanda koltz, biology researchers said in our experimental data suggest that when there are lots of spiders around they turn to cannibalism more frequently and in the new study its likely a reflection of increased competition among the spiders for resources.



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