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Invasive Species in the Pacific Northwest
By edited by P. D. Boersma, S. H. Reichard, & A. N. Van Buren.
University of Washington Press, 2006
ISBN: ISBN 0-295-988596-8
Cite: 93867
It has a lot of history that is relevant to, in many cases North America in general. It tells when & where the first appearances or introductions of the different species occurred, etc.

It isn't only Arthropods, but it does cover a spider and some arthropods. Because there is so little "new" info available for the Pacific Northwest, I wanted to include this in the Book list.