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Typhochlaena costae, shown here, is one of nine new tree-climbing tarantulas discovered in Brazil, which tend to have longer legs and thinner bodies than their ground-dwelling cousins. 

By | November 2, 2012

Zoo Keys, Rogerio Bertani

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