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Species Antrodiaetus unicolor


Systematics and natural history of the mygalomorph spider genus Antrodiaetus and related genera (Araneae: Antrodiaetidae)
By Frederick A. Coyle
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology Vol 141 (6): 269-402, 1971

Phylogeny of a cosmopolitan family of morphologically conserved trapdoor spiders (Mygalomorphae, Ctenizidae) using Anchored Hybr
By Godwin, R. L., Opatova, V., Garrison, N. L., Hamilton, C. A. & Bond, J. E.
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 126: 303-313, 2018
Phylogeny of a cosmopolitan family of morphologically conserved trapdoor spiders (Mygalomorphae, Ctenizidae) using Anchored Hybrid Enrichment, with a description of the family, Halonoproctidae Pocock 1901

https://wsc.nmbe.ch/reference/14352

The mygalomorph spider genus Microhexura (Araneae, Dipluridae)
By Frederick A. Coyle
Bulletin American Museum of Natural History 170: 64-75, 1981
Online download available from the AMNH publications website here: http://digitallibrary.amnh.org/dspace/handle/2246/1057. It's part of a large compilation of papers. The Microhexura section starts on page 64.

Some Arachnida from California
By Banks, N.
Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences (3) 3: 331-377, 1904
https://wsc.nmbe.ch/reference/1329

Guide d'identification des araignées de Québec
By Paquin, P. & Dupérré, N.
Fabreries, Supplement 11: 1-251, 2003
https://wsc.nmbe.ch/reference/9573

Phylogenomic analysis and revised classification of atypoid mygalomorph spiders (Araneae, Mygalomorphae), with notes on arachnid
By Hedin, M., Derkarabetian, S., Alfaro, A., Ramírez, M. J. & Bond, J. E.
PeerJ 7(e6864): 1-24., 2019
"Phylogenomic analysis and revised classification of atypoid mygalomorph spiders (Araneae, Mygalomorphae), with notes on arachnid ultraconserved element loci."

https://wsc.nmbe.ch/reference/14790

Seasonal abundance of arthropod predators in various habitats in the lower Rio Grande valley of Texas.
By Fuchs, T.W. and J.A. Harding.
Environmental Entomology, 5(2): 288-290., 1976
Academic

Fuchs, T.W. and J.A. Harding. 1976. Seasonal abundance of arthropod predators in various habitats in the lower Rio Grande valley of Texas. Environmental Entomology, 5(2): 288-290.

Abstract

Arthropod predators in various habitats were sampled weekly with a D-Vac® vacuum insect collector during 1973–75 in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Data indicate that non-cultivated habitats support larger numbers of predators/unit area than do cultivated habitats. [b]Over 50% of all predators collected were spiders.

New spiders of the family Agelenidae from western North America.
By Chamberlin, R. V. & Ivie, W.
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 30: 211-230., 1937
https://wsc.nmbe.ch/reference/2382