April 08, 2015
Like many women of the human variety, female wolf spiders step up their game when their targeted mate just isn't paying attention.
That's according to research by Matt Persons, professor of biology at Susquehanna University. In his most recent paper published in the journal Ethology, Persons and his students uncover spider behavior that shakes up long held notions about female spider behavior.
See the National Geographic story here.