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THE BROWN RECLUSE
By RICHARD S. VETTER
Cornell University Press, 2015

An Infestation of 2,055 Brown Recluse Spiders (Araneae: Sicariidae) and No Envenomations in a Kansas Home: Implications...
By Vetter, R.S. & D.K. Barger.
Journal of Medical Entomology 39 (6): 948–951., 2002
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Vetter, R.S. & D.K. Barger. (2002) An Infestation of 2,055 Brown Recluse Spiders (Araneae: Sicariidae) and No Envenomations in a Kansas Home: Implications for Bite Diagnoses in Nonendemic Areas. Journal of Medical Entomology 39 (6): 948–951.

ABSTRACT During a 6-mo period, 2,055 brown recluse spiders, Loxosceles reclusa Gertsch and Mulaik, were collected in a 19th-century-built, currently occupied home in Lenexa, KS. We conservatively estimate that at least 400 of these spiders were large enough to cause envenomation.

The spider genus Loxosceles in North America, Central America, and the West Indies
By W. J. Gertsch & F. Ennik
American Museum of Natural History, Vol 175 (3): 265-360, 1983

Rounding up the usual suspects: a standard target-gene approach for resolving the interfamilial phylogenetic relationships ...
By Dimitrov, D., Benavides Silva, L. R., Arnedo, M. A., Giribet, G., Griswold, C. E., Scharff, N. & Hormiga
Cladistics 33(3): 221-250 & Suppl., 2017
Full title: Rounding up the usual suspects: a standard target-gene approach for resolving the interfamilial phylogenetic relationships of ecribellate orb-weaving spiders with a new family-rank classification (Araneae, Araneoidea)
Full text PDF available through the World Spider Catalog

Classification of the cribellate spiders and some allied families, with notes on the evolution of the suborder Araneomorpha
By Pekka Lehtinen
Annales Zoologici Fennici 4: 199-468, 1967

Total evidence analysis of the phylogenetic relationships of Lycosoidea spiders (Araneae, Entelegynae)
By Polotow, Carmichael, & Griswold
Invertebrate Systematics 29: 124-163, 2015
Full text: http://www.publish.csiro.au/paper/IS14041.htm

Also available for download from the WSC: http://www.wsc.nmbe.ch/reference/13115

Systematics of the mygalomorph spider genus Masteria (Masteriinae: Dipluridae: Arachnida)
By Raven, R. J.
Australian Journal of Zoology 27(4): 623-636, 1979
https://wsc.nmbe.ch/reference/5207

Systematic revision of Mexican threatened tarantulas Brachypelma
By Mendoza, J. & Francke, O.
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 188(1): 82-147, 2020
https://wsc.nmbe.ch/reference/15011

 
 
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