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Canadian spider diversity and systematics
By Bennett R.
Newsletter of the Biological Survey of Canada (Terrestrial Arthropods) 18: 16-27, 1999

The spider fauna of the Upper Cayuga Lake Basin
By Nathan Banks
Academy of Natural Sciences, 1892
Source: Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Vol. 44 (1892), pp. 11-81

PDF available here: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4061845

Spiders of the Carolinas
By L.L. Gaddy
Kollath+Stensaas Publishing, 2009
A handy field guide to 100 of our most common and interesting spiders.

A Revision of the American Spiders of the Genus Micaria (Araneae, Gnaphosidae)
By Platnick, Norman I. & Mohammad U. Shadab
American Museum Novitates, 2916: 1-64, 1988

Description of five new spiders from Canada (Araneae: Linyphiidae)
By Nadine Dupérré & Pierre Paquin
Zootaxa 1632: 1-20, 2007
Not currently freely available online.

Descriptions of new American and Chinese spiders, with notes on other Chinese species
By Ralph V. Chamberlin
Proceedings of the United States National Museum 63(13): 1-38, 1924

New and rare spiders from the Great Smoky Mountain National Park region
By W. M. Barrows
Ohio Journal of Science 40(3): 130-138, 1940

Descriptions of new American Theridiidae
By W. J. Gertsch & A. F. Archer
American Museum Novitates 1171: 1-16, 1942

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