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Family Dictynidae - Mesh Web Weavers

 
 
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The Spider Family Dictynidae in American North of Mexico
By R.V. Chamberlin and W.J. Gertsch
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History; Vol. 116 : Article 1, 1958
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Cicurina japonica (Araneae: Dictynidae)–eine nach Mitteleuropa eingeschleppte Kräuselspinnenart
By Jörg Wunderlich, Ambros Hänggi
Arachnologische Mitteilungen 29:20-24, 2005
Cicurina japonica (Araneae: Dictynidae) – a dictynid spider introduced into Central Europe.
The text is in German but the drawings have explanations in English.

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The power and perils of molecular taxonomy: a case study of eyeless and endangered Cicurina (Araneae: Dictynidae) from TX caves
By P. Paquin & M. Hedin
Molecular Ecology, 13: 3239–3255, 2004

Desert salt flats as oases for the spider Saltonia incerta Banks (Araneae: Dictynidae)
By Sarah Crews & Rosemary Gillespie
Ecology and Evolution 4(19): 3861-3874, 2014

Comments on the spider Saltonia incerta Banks (Agelenidae?)
By Vincent Roth & Wynne Brown
Journal of Arachnology 3: 53-56, 1975

Nearctic spiders of the genus Cicurina Menge
By Exline H
American Museum Novitates; no. 850, pages 1-25, 1936
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citation is also on the genus page but lacks a BugGuide citation #

A first step towards the revision of Cicurina: redescription of type specimens of 60 troglobitic species of the subgenus Cicurel
By Pierre Paquin & Nadine Dupérré
Zootaxa, 2002: 1-67, 2009
The title was too long for the text box. Full title is:

"A first step towards the revision of Cicurina: redescription of type specimens of 60 troglobitic species of the subgenus Cicurella (Araneae: Dictynidae), and a first visual assessment of their distribution."

I found a free online PDF available here: http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/water/wildland/downloads/appr_paquinduptrrt2009a.pdf

Agelenid spiders of the genus Cicurina
By Ralph Chamberlin & Wilton Ivie
Bulletin of the University of Utah, 30(13): 1-108, 1940
(Cicurina was moved to family Dictynidae in 1967, so ignore the agelenid part of the title.)

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Thanks to University of Utah for digitizing this and many other Chamberlin papers by request!

 
 
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