Arthropods, which include spiders and insects, are the most common animals on the planet. A day cannot go by without a live specimen getting your attention by walking in front of you or flying around your body wanting to land on it. Join Dr. David Adamski, member of the Department of Entomology for the National Museum of Natural History, for this Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy presentation on these most abundant of all animals. Learn why they are so successful in all types of environments. From camouflage, warning coloration, and mimicry to sound production, predation, cannibalism, and metamorphosis, all will be explained in family-friendly language. Registration required and limited to 50: Sign Up Online.