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Subfamily Erigoninae - Dwarf Spiders

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The Erigonine Spiders of North America. Part 2. The Genus Spirembolus Chamberlin (Araneae: Linyphiidae)
By A.F. Millidge
Journal of Arachnology 8: 109-158, 1980

The Erigonine Spiders of North America. Part 1. Introduction and Taxonomic Background (Araneae: Linyphiidae)
By A.F. Millidge
Journal of Arachnology 8: 97-107, 1980

The erigonine spiders of North America. Part 6. The genus Walckenaeria Blackwall (Araneae, Linyphiidae)
By A. F. Millidge
Journal of Arachnology 11: 105-200, 1983

Studies in American spiders: Miscellaneous genera of Erigoneae, Part II
By S. C. Bishop & C. R. Crosby
Journal of the New York Entomological Society 46: 55-107, 1938

Annotations on two species of linyphiid spiders by the late Wilton Ivie
By P. J. van Helsdingen
Psyche, Camb. 80: 48-61, 1973

Taxonomic revision of the spider genera Agyneta and Tennesseellum (Araneae, Linyphiidae) of North America north of Mexico with a
By Nadine Dupérré
Zootaxa 3674(1):1-198, 2013
The title got cut off; here's the full one: Taxonomic revision of the spider genera Agyneta and Tennesseellum (Araneae, Linyphiidae) of North America north of Mexico with a study of the embolic division within Micronetinae sensu Saaristo & Tanasevitch 1996.

Not open-access, but here's a link to the preview, etc: http://www.mapress.com/zootaxa/list/2013/3674(1).html (I can share a copy if anyone needs it)

The taxonomy of the Linyphiidae, based chiefly on the epigynal and tracheal characters (Araneae: Linyphiidae)
By A. F. Millidge
Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society 6(6):229-267, 1984
Full text is available from the British Arachnological Society, but you need a membership password to access it.

Here's a link to the publication database: http://wiki.britishspiders.org.uk/index.php5?title=BAS_Bulletin_and_Newsletter_Articles

Systematics and evolution of ground spiders revisited (Araneae, Dionycha, Gnaphosidae). Cladistics
By Azevedo, G. H. F, Griswold, C. E. & Santos, A. J.
Cladistics 34(6): 579-626, 2018
https://wsc.nmbe.ch/reference/14218

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