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Spiders Of Connecticut
By Benjamin Julian Kaston
State Geological And Natural History Survey Of Connecticut, Department Of Environmental Protection, Bulletin 70 Revised Edition, 1981
Genera and species should be cross-referenced at the World Spider Catalog for current nomenclature.

Spiders of the North Woods (North Woods Naturalist Series)
By Larry Weber
Kollath-Stensaas, 2003

Guide d'identification des Araignées (Araneae) du Québec
By P. Paquin and N.Dupérré
Association des Entomologistes Amateurs du Québec, 2003
Identification guide with keys to genera and drawing of male pedipalpe and female epigyne for each species of spider found in the Province of Québec.

Spiders of North America: An Identification Manual
By D. Ubick, P. Paquin, P.E. Cushing and V. Roth (eds)
American Arachnological Society, 2005
Guide to spider families and genera found in North America north of Mexico. Includes ID keys and hundreds of black and white illustrations. The keys and figures are quite technical, so beginners may want to look elsewhere. On the other hand, armed with the anatomy figures in the introduction, it can't hurt to dive in and get started! My only gripe so far is that it does not provide much information about specific species.

www.americanarachnology.org

Biology of Spiders
By Rainer F. Foelix
Oxford University Press, 1996
The most useful single resource for anyone curious about the mechanics and biology of spiders. Text is very well illustrated by line drawings, traditional photographs, and SEM images.

Spiders: Webs, Behavior and Evolution
By William A. Shear
Stanford University Press, 1986

The Book of Spiders
By Rod Preston-Mafham
Chartwell Books, 1998

Life Cycle of a Spider
By Ron Fridell, Patricia Walsh
Heinemann Library, 2001
This is the first book that I had an image published in.

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