They're fuzzy. They're colorful. And they wave their legs in the air like they just don't care.
Learn more about these fascinating arthropods as scientists continue to make amazing discoveries about spiders.
Scientists recently described seven new peacock spider species, a species known for its dramatic coloration and lively courtship "dances" — let the spider dance party commence!
Spiders are known as clever predators, trapping and stalking their insect prey. But many species round out their diets with a little roughage.
People who fear spiders tend to perceive these creepy-crawlies as larger than they actually are, a new study finds.
Scientists recently described eight new species of a long-legged spider native to Brazil, nearly doubling the number of known species in the genus.
Tarantulas take a starring role in a new study that reorganizes their group, reclassifying the majority of 55 known tarantula species and adding 14 new ones.
Tarantulas star in a new study that describes 14 new species living in deserts, mountains, and backyard habitats in the southwestern United States.
You are likely sharing your home with hundreds of unseen arthropods — tiny accidental "squatters" that aren't pests at all.