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Order Araneae - Spiders

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Goblin Spider Planetary Biodiversity Inventory (PBI)
Goblin Spider PBI site hosted by the American Museum of Natural History. In addition to some introductory information, there are detailed species pages, including maps, photos and specimen data, for many (all?) oonopids.

A Redefinition of Misumenops F. O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1900 (Araneae, Thomisidae) and Review of the New World Species
Lehtinen, Pekka & Marusik, Yuri. (2008). A Redefinition of Misumenops F. O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1900 (Araneae, Thomisidae) and Review of the New World Species. Arachnology. 14. 173-198. 10.13156/100.014.0406.

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Wayne Maddison's Salticid Image gallery
Dr. Wayne Maddison's extensive collection of jumping spider images

Monograph of the Salticidae (Araneae) of the World (2007 version), by Jerzy Proszynski
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surprisingly, this rich [albeit somewhat uncouth] source has not been yet posted among BG refs, or cited on guide pages...

The Peckham Society Web Page
"The Peckham Society was founded in 1977, as an international alliance of amateur and professional naturalists or scientists with an interest in research related to the biology of salticid (jumping) spiders (Arachnida: Araneae: Salticidae). This society was named in honor of George and Elizabeth Peckham, early pioneers in the study of these remarkable animals.

The major publication of The Peckham Society is called PECKHAMIA, also in honor of George and Elizabeth Peckham".

This excellent web site has digital copies of Peckhamia and other pdf papers on salticids, as well as wonderful im

Jumping Spiders of America North of Mexico
An excellent resource on Salticidae that continues to be updated by Wayne Maddison. Be sure to check out the photo album of genera.

Linyphiid Spiders of the World
List maintained by Dr. Andrei V. Tanasevitch. This taxonomy, which places some linyphiine genera in Micronetinae, is not currently followed by BugGuide.

Joey Slowik's guide to Dictyna/Emblyna females
Joey Slowik put together this quick reference for all those tricky Dictyna/Emblyna females in Dictynidae. There are color images of preserved specimens (genitalia included), diagrams he made, and even tips on identifying and dissecting, too. Click on a species in the right column to view it. I think he said he was still working on it and will be adding more species over time.

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