- Oct 6, 2016
As I am to understand it, all three Goliaths and the King Baboon can stridulate to ward off predators. Are there any others that can do this?
I don't believe so, but someone feel free to correct me. The only reason I say this is that my P. sp. "Black" seems to run its back legs against the abdomen while making the noise. It also sounds much different than a T. stirmi, much more like a squeaking rather than a hissing.Are the stridulating organs always on the side of the chelicerae like on P. murinus?