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Dracula Orchids and Goblin Spiders


October 29, 2010

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Observation of fruit flies pollinating dracula orchids and discovery of over two dozen new goblin spiders: two recent publications from invertebrate zoologists at the American Museum of Natural History provide a timely bit of natural history. Full Story

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American Museum of Natural History

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