Assessing the Importance of Chemosensory Cues in Web-Building Spiders

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The paper linked outlines a spider chemosensory investigation, reproducible in a lab setting for middle and high school students. The experiments test the habits of web-building spiders when exposed to various pheromones, and can be completed with ~$50 worth of materials and commonly found spiders and prey species.

Assessing the Importance of Chemosensory Cues in Web-Building Spiders: An Inquiry-Based Investigation for Secondary Education Students
Alex Collier
The American Biology Teacher (2022) 84 (7): 443–446.
https://doi.org/10.1525/abt.2022.84.7.443

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