The American conservative believes there is no evidence that spiders are any more or less invasive than other animals, but that the government should be careful not to overreact when a problem arises.
“I think there’s no reason for people to believe that all spiders are equal and no reason to believe they’re more or more dangerous than other insects,” he said.
“There’s a big difference between what’s considered an invasive species and a non-invasive species.
The more invasive, the more damaging.”
“But we should still be careful that we’re not getting caught up in that, and if we do get caught up we’re going to have to get our act together.”
The American group is also concerned about the impact of invasive species on local economies.
“Spiders are a very important part of our ecosystem and we have to protect it,” said Jim Ritchie, the group’s director of communications.
The group also supports the introduction of more native species to the U, but said it believes there’s room for improvement. “
We’ve got a lot of spiders and a lot more species of spiders in the U.S., so we have some concerns that we need to take care of the spiders and get them out of our country.”
The group also supports the introduction of more native species to the U, but said it believes there’s room for improvement.
“Native species have been successful in many different ways and we should have more of them,” said Ritchie.
“But it’s a long process.
We need to get a little bit smarter and a little more selective about where we introduce native species.”
This article originally appeared on The American Conservatives.