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Species Larinioides cornutus - Furrow Orbweaver

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The Orb-weaving Spiders of Canada and Alaska - The Insects and Arachnids of Canada Part 23
By Dondale, C.D., J.H. Redner, P, Paquin and H.W. Levi
NRC Research Press, 2003
After being discontinued for 10 years, monographs are again being published in the excellent Insect and Arachnids of Canada series. This is the first of, hopefully, more to come. I'm sorry it took me 2 years to find out about this exciting development.

Can be ordered directly from the web starting at:
http://pubs.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/cgi-bin/rp/rp2_list_e?mlist3
or start at:
www.monographs.nrc.ca and see what else you can get.

As for the book itself it covers spiders of the Uloboridae, Tetragnathidae, Araneidae, and Theridiosomatidae and seems to be good for Canada and the northern USA. Their dot maps cover all of Canada and the continental USA and despite the title, just flipping through I don't see many that actually make it to Alaska. Indeed many of the species covered don't even come into Canada. Perhaps they are expected. I have not read the introduction extensively yet.

Nearctic genera of the spider family Agelenidae (Arachnida, Araneida)
By Vincent Roth & Patricia Brame
American Museum Novitates 2505: 1-52, 1972
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I filed this book under Entelegynes because many of the species described in it are no longer part of the Agelenidae.

The morphology and phylogeny of dionychan spiders
By Ramírez, Martín J.
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 2014
http://digitallibrary.amnh.org/dspace/handle/2246/6537

A revision of the spider genus Zorocrates
By Platnick, Norman I.; Ubick, Darrell
American Museum Novitates, no. 3579, 2007

The spider subfamily Clubioninae of the United States, Canada and Alaska (Araneae: Clubionidae)
By Robert J. Edwards
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology Harvard 118: 365-436, 1958
Full Text at the Biodiversity Heritage Library

The orb-weaver genus Mecynogea, the subfamily Metinae and the genera Pachygnatha, Glenognatha and Azilia
By Levi, H. W
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, 149(1):1-75, 1980
The orb-weaver genus Mecynogea, the subfamily Metinae and the genera Pachygnatha, Glenognatha and Azilia of the subfamily Tetragnathinae north of Mexico

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New American Spiders of the Family Clubionidae I
By W.J. Gertsch
The American Museum of Natural History; No. 1147, 1941
Descriptions and palp/epigyne drawings of many Phrurolithus.

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New American spiders of the Clubionidae
By W.J. Gertsch
The American Museum of Natural History; No. 1195, 1942
Descriptions and palp/epigyne drawings of some Micaria, Castianeira, Trachelas, Meriola, Trachelopachys, Stethorrhagus & Corinna.

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