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18 Nov Wolf spiders in the Arctic | Inside the Research | Washington University



Arctic wolf spiders’ tastes in prey might be changing under warming conditions, according to researchers in biology in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. The changes could initiate a new cascade of food web interactions that could potentially alleviate some impacts of global warming.

Warming alters predator-prey interactions in the Arctic

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  • Parviz Odilov
    Posted at 03:42h, 18 November

    I knew spiders are bad, at least in the Arctic 😉 Thanks for a great contribution researchers at the
    Washington University in St. Louis!!

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