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  • It's tarantula season in SLO County

    It may be pumpkin spice season for some, but fall is more like Valentine's season for tarantulas. Males are out seeking females. Ron Ruppert, the Cuesta College Biology Division chair, explains.

It may be pumpkin spice season for some, but fall is more like Valentine's season for tarantulas. Males are out seeking females. Ron Ruppert, the Cuesta College Biology Division chair, explains. David Middlecamp The Tribune
It may be pumpkin spice season for some, but fall is more like Valentine's season for tarantulas. Males are out seeking females. Ron Ruppert, the Cuesta College Biology Division chair, explains. David Middlecamp The Tribune

Tarantula mating season returns to SLO County

October 20, 2017 04:16 PM