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Jumping Spiders In The Cincinnati Region Of Ohio
By Charles M. Oehler
College Of Biological Sciences - The Ohio State University, Ohio Biological Survey - Biological Notes No. 13, 1980
ISBN: B0006E47CW
Cite: 84458
Genera and species should be cross-referenced at the World Spider Catalog for current nomenclature.

Jeff, Do you have this? Is
Jeff,

Do you have this? Is it worth trying to locate, i.e., does it have useful identification keys/drawings? Or is it just a species list?

 
I have this
It has keys and drawings, plus short species accounts. The taxonomy is rather dated, but I still find it useful.

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