HALLOWEEN PICTURES: Spooky Species Discovered This Year

HALLOWEEN PICTURES: Spooky Species Discovered This Year
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The fearsome-looking Hickmanolobus linnaei, eats tiny, spineless creatures in the leaf litter in New South Wales, Australia, scientists said in March 2009.

The spider is 1 of 19 new species, including a spider-killing wasp, found on the continent earlier this year.
—Photograph courtesy Mark Harvey, Western Australian Museum
 
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