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Jumping spiders from Mkomazi Game Reserve in Tanzania (Araneae Salticidae)
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The results are discussed in relation to the diversity of salticids from different regions of the world and within Africa and to the efficiency of different sampling methods for salticidae.
Abundance and diversity of spiders from the canopy of tropical rainforests with particular reference to Sulawesi, Indonesia
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Spiders sampled by knockdown insecticide fogging from the canopies of tropical rainforest sites in Dumoga-Bone National Park, Sulawesi were sampled at altitudes of 210 m, 300 m, 400 m and 1150 m, with Theridiidae being the most species-rich family at all altitudes.
Linyphiidae from rain forests of Southeast Asia (Araneae)
Twenty-seven species of the family Linyphiidae are described from forests in Southeast Asia; 26 of these species are new to science. The following 11 genera are described as new; Prosoponoides,
A COMPARISON OF THE DIVERSITY AND COMPOSITION OF GROUND-ACTIVE SPIDERS IN MKOMAZI GAME RESERVE, TANZANIA AND ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK, NAMIBIA
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Pitfall traps were used to census ground-active spiders in 12 different habitat types in protected savanna biomes in Tanzania and Namibia, with no indication from species accumulation curves that a complete estimate of the spider species richness had been obtained from either area.
Jumping Spiders (Araneae: Salticidae) from Southern Nigeria
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The female sex of Evarcha bakorensis, Heliophanus robustus, Phlegra gagnoa and Thyene hesperia is described for the first time and the composition of the salticid fauna of this region of West Africa is discussed and compared to that of other regions of Africa.
Composition of spider communities in the canopies of rainforest trees in Borneo
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There was no evidence that taxonomic similarity between tree species influenced the similarity of spider assemblages, and species richness and diversity were markedly higher in the Bornean rainforest than in Sulawesi or Australia.
A revision of the genus Trabaea Simon (Araneae: Lycosidae)
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The genus Trabaea Simon is revised and two species are described as new, one of which is newly synonymised withtrabaea purcelli Roewer.
Post-fallow decomposition of woody roots in the West African savanna
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Fast disappearance of dead roots suggests that cropping practices that allow conservation of live stumps, such as no-tillage and direct sowing, be promoted wherever possible to ensure soil conservation.
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