How do male peacock spiders impress female spiders? And how are they different due to their gender?
The male spider raises its third pair of legs and tries to get the attention of a female. It then produces vibrations when it is ready to mate. They dance. Males, in order to get to mate with the female first, have to impress the female spider before she kills the male.
What is the peacock spider's Latin name? And what is known about their evolution?
The peacock spider's Latin name is Maratus Volans. Its evolution was not to be simple, but instead complex because it has to be able to impress the female spider before his death by dancing while avoiding her vicious attacks.
Sorry about this and this is my last question. Where do they live? Thank you
They live in Australia in dry and stubby habitats. And you're welcome.