Contributions à la connaissance des Araignées (Araneae) d'Amérique du Nord. Fabreries, Supplément 10.By Pierre Paquin & Donald J. Buckle
Association des entomologistes amateurs du Québec inc. (AEAQ), 2001
This book contains two parts:
*Part 1: La Liste révisée des Araignées (Araneae) du Québec, pages 5-87, authored by Pierre Paquin, Nadine Dupérré, & Raymond Hutchinson: This part is written in French and is a checklist of the spider species of Québec (no diagrams or keys, only species names).
*Part 2: Linyphiidae and Pimoidae of America North of Mexico: Checklist, Synonymy, and Literature, pages 89-191, authored by Donald J. Buckle, Devin Carroll, Rodney L. Crawford, & Vincent D. Roth: This part is written in English and is a checklist containing synonyms, references, and distributions (by state and province) of the families Pimoidae and Linyphiidae of the USA, Canada, and Greenland.
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)
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Phylogenomic analysis and revised classification of atypoid mygalomorph spiders (Araneae, Mygalomorphae), with notes on arachnidBy Hedin, M., Derkarabetian, S., Alfaro, A., Ramírez, M. J. & Bond, J. E.
PeerJ 7(e6864): 1-24., 2019
"Phylogenomic analysis and revised classification of atypoid mygalomorph spiders (Araneae, Mygalomorphae), with notes on arachnid ultraconserved element loci."
Seasonal abundance of arthropod predators in various habitats in the lower Rio Grande valley of Texas.By Fuchs, T.W. and J.A. Harding.
Environmental Entomology, 5(2): 288-290., 1976
Fuchs, T.W. and J.A. Harding. 1976. Seasonal abundance of arthropod predators in various habitats in the lower Rio Grande valley of Texas. Environmental Entomology, 5(2): 288-290.
Arthropod predators in various habitats were sampled weekly with a D-Vac® vacuum insect collector during 1973–75 in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Data indicate that non-cultivated habitats support larger numbers of predators/unit area than do cultivated habitats. [b]Over 50% of all predators collected were spiders.