How Do Spiders Communicate?

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Spiders can communicate many ways much like we do through multiple sensory modes. They use vibration, sound, vision, and chemical sensory modes. They can vibrate the cords on a web or a leaf upon detecting their prey. The chemical sensory called Pheromone is used to identify the sex of other spiders. They also use screeching sounds which is used for flirting or showing aggression against male spiders.
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Arachnida Order: Araneae
The body of a spider consists of two easily recognizable parts. A prosoma or cephalothorax (composed of the fused head and thorax) and the abdomen (the rear body). A narrow waist (pedicel) connects both parts. The upper side of the... More »
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