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While spiders do not possess insect-like ears (tympanal membrane), a species is able to detect airborn acoustic stimulus and distinguishes prey from predator.
📄 Stafstrom et al (2020) Ogre-faced, net-casting spiders use auditory cues to detect airborne prey. Current Biology 30:5033-5039.e3 dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2020.

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