DNA from Spider Web Reveals the Species of Spider and Its Prey

Using web samples from black widow spiders fed with crickets, researchers at the University of Notre Dame have successfully used DNA samples to identify both the spider and the species of its prey. Such noninvasive sampling to obtain genetic information could have practical implications in several fields including conservation research and pest management. As an […]

Source: Entomology Today

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