A research team from Japan says that they have found that a new type of spider that has been around for more than 150 years still has a healthy population.
SunSpider, also known as the “sun spider”, is a very old species that is found in Japan, Taiwan and China.
The Japanese team published the results of its study in the journal PLOS ONE on Tuesday.
SunSpiders are the most common spider species in Japan and can be found all over the world.
They have very sensitive skin, and are very sensitive to light, and even light-emitting diodes, or LEDs.
They are often called the sun spiders because of the light-absorbing nature of their body.
They can survive in a temperature range of -40°C to +160°C (122°F to +293°F) with little to no damage.
They live in damp, dusty conditions and are usually active during the day and sleep during the night.
They usually use their webs to catch prey such as insects, small rodents, and small animals such as spiders.
However, their life expectancy is very short, and they can die in a few days.
In 2016, scientists in Japan discovered a new species of SunSpider that is not a SunSpider.
They called it the SunSpider.
It has an extra set of eyes, and a longer antenna, and is also much more aggressive.
However there was a major health problem.
It had very low survival rate and was killed in about one day.
So, researchers looked for other spiders in the wild and found one in a forest in the mountains of the southwestern part of Japan.
Researchers also found the SunSpider in a field in the southern part of the country and found another species in the same area.
But they could not find the third species, so the researchers started looking for a new source of spiders.
They found a population of SunSpides in the eastern part of Saitama Prefecture, which has a dense forest.
This led them to the idea that it could be a new, endangered species.
They sent samples of the DNA from each of the sunspiders to a lab in Japan.
They then used a technique called fluorescent staining to identify the species.
It was a difficult process because each spider has a very specific structure and it took many hours to get each spider DNA.
They also had to identify all of the genes that make up its DNA and found that all the genes were different between SunSpids.
This new study is the first time the Sun spider has been identified as an endangered species in North America, and the first to find a genetic difference between the species and another species.
The team also identified the genes responsible for the health problems of the Sun spiders.
It is important to note that only a small portion of the gene variants are common to all the species, and these variants are the ones that are responsible for their health problems.
They had to look at different regions of the genome and determine which of the variants cause their health issues.
However in this case, the gene variant causing SunSpide’s problems is a single copy of a gene called P-type 5, which is found only in the male.
This gene variant is also responsible for controlling the metabolism of the spider.
The SunSpider also has other genes that have been shown to cause health problems in humans, and some of these are involved in the development of certain immune systems.
This study shows that the Sunspider is not only healthy, but also the only species that has survived in the forests of Japan for more then 150 years.
This makes it extremely rare for a population to have been lost in the past.
The researchers plan to further investigate the Sun Spider population and look for more species in future research.
They believe that they can identify the Sun Spiders in the future and find other survivors.
Read more: http://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/20/science/universe-researchers-find-sun-spider-species-still-living-in-nature-a-record-breaking-success.html?_r=0