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Order Araneae - Spiders

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Rick C. West: Tarantulas
A very complete site that lists tarantulas by species name... the biggest tarantula picture archive in the net by the leading tarantula expert, Rick West.

Tarantula Scientific Names vs. Common Names
A german page that lists some tarantula scientific names and pairs them with their most used common name for reference. Good site to clear up so many doubts that come up because of the usage of common names.

Mygalomorphae Phylogeny & Evolution, by M.C. Hedin and J.E. Bond

Arachnids of North Carolina

Synopsis of the described Arachnida of the World
[cite:428959]
World catalogue of the Arachnida (in progress), BG's recommended standard source(1) for Acari classification.

American Tarantula Society--Free Downloads
Various resources, including a glossary, and The American Arachnological Society Common Names of Arachnids list.

Thanks to Sam Houston for providing this link.

The Arachnology Home Page
From the welcome page:

The Arachnological Hub of the World Wide Web for the study of arachnids (spiders and their relatives)
Acari - Amblypygi - Araneae - Opiliones - Palpigradi - Pseudoscorpiones - Ricinulei - Schizomida - Scorpiones - Solifugae - Uropygi ( Thelyphonida )

Basically a portal with lots of links to other sites of interest (including this site).

Wind Scorpions
Short article in National Geographic on Wind Scorpions with some nice photos.

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