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Celaenia excavata

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The bird dropping spider (Celaenia excavata) derives its name from mimicking bird droppings to avoid predators, mainly birds. However, there are other species  ...

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Jun 2, 2012 ... These spiders are the perfect mimics. During the day they sit with their legs drawn in, looking exactly like a bird dropping, and absolutely refuse ...

Celaenia excavata - The Find-a-spider Guide

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Jun 28, 2011 ... The Find-a-spider Guide: A guide to identifying Australian spiders found in Souyh -east Queensland.

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This undated photo from the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, Calif. ... in Oregon caves and old-growth redwood forests, US researchers said Friday. ... Celaenia excavata is not the only spider to disguise itself as a wad of bird ...... on display today at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.

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Celaenia excavata L. Koch, 1867 Bird Dropping Spider

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Celaenia excavata L. Koch, 1867 Bird Dropping Spider. Female. This spider resembles a bird dropping, a protective camouflage during the day. It is one of the ...