It’s some subterranean trickster called Myrmekiaphila tigris, and it wasn’t just discovered in Auburn, but in the Grove Hill subdivision off Moore’s Mill Road, by the pool behind the researcher’s own house (apparently Myrmekiaphila Lexus SUVis was already taken).
Read more here.
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T. C. Nomel says
War Damn Previously Un-described Species ! ! !
Emerging from the burrow to look for a female, mate, and then die. Tell me about it!
When I consider the amount of spiders I find hanging out in the exterior corners of my house … I’m not at all surprised by this news.