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Photos of insects and people from the 2015 gathering in Wisconsin, July 10-12

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Infraorder Mygalomorphae - Mygalomorphs

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

American Tarantula Society
The American Tarantula Society's webpage, many interesting and useful articles and information.

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.

Spiders of Minnesota
Site provides a complete checklist to the spiders found in the state of Minnesota. Checklist includes annotations and references as well as species of hypothetical occurrence.

World Spider Catalog
The first fully searchable online database covering spider taxonomy by Natural History Museum Bern.

Spider Identification Guide: A pictorial guide to the conspicuous spiders of Orange County, California
Leonard Vincent, Professor, Fullerton College, writes:

"This guide is designed to serve my Biology of Insects and Spiders students as well as Orange County naturalists and residents. It is formatted as a ladder to direct the observer in the determination of the identity of spiders based on the habitat and web structure. These characteristics lead the observer to a page of thumbnail photos and then to a page of macro-photos of the particular spider."

Spiders.us
This site has active spider identification and discussion forums, a growing list of species guides, spider FAQs, information about spider identification (and various other articles to come in the future), etc. Mostly directed more towards the casual observer and people new to spiders, however the writers there (self included) know the subject well and can help those seeking more in-depth help.

 
 
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