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Spiders (Araneae) of the Yukon
Spiders of 297 species are recorded from the Yukon Territory. Another 39 species that occur in adjacent regions and that are expected to occur in the Yukon are also listed. Seventeen percent (50Expand
Dominican Amber Spiders: a Comparative Palaeontological-Neontological Approach to Identification, Faunistics, Ecology and Biogeography
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This beautifully illustrated book has in excess of 330 figures, including more than 80 high-quality color photos, that combines and compares information derived from both fossil and living spiders, in a unique, integrated approach. Expand
DIVERSITY OF SPIDERS IN BOREAL AND ARCTIC ZONES
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Study of species composition in more than 20 local northern faunas reveals that proportion of Lycosidae species in each local fauna varies in smallest range (7–12 % of all species found) in comparison to other families, which can be used as an indicator group of general species diversity of spiders in local fauna. Expand
A revision of the spider genus Zaitunia (Araneae, Filistatidae)
The spider genus Zaitunia Lehtinen, 1967 (Araneae, Filistatidae) is revised. It was found to include 24 species distributed in the Eastern Mediterranean, Middle East and Central Asia: ♀  Z. afghanaExpand
A survey of spider taxa new to Israel (Arachnida: Araneae)
This paper presents a survey of spider species that have not been previously recorded for Israel. Twenty species, twelve genera and two families (Mysmenidae and Phyxelididae) are recorded for theExpand
Studies on species of Holarctic Pardosa groups (Araneae, Lycosidae). VIII. The Palearctic species of the Pardosa nigra group.
The eight Palearctic species of the Pardosa nigra group are reviewed, illustrated and keyed. Two of them are redescribed: Pardosa lyrata (Odenwall, 1901) and P. paramushirensis (Nakatsudi, 1937). TheExpand
A survey of Phrurolithidae (Arachnida: Araneae) in southern Caucasus, Iran and Central Asia.
The spider family Phrurolithidae is revised in Azerbaijan, Iran and Tajikistan. The new genus Bosselaerius gen. n. is described to encompass three species: B. hyrcanicus sp. n. (type species, ♂ ♀,Expand
A review of the genus Paratus Simon (Araneae, Dionycha)
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The study of the copulatory organs and somatic morphology led to the conclusion that Paratus cannot be placed in any described subfamily of Liocranidae, where it was placed originally, or in Corinnidae, and a new subfamily Paratinae subfam is described. Expand
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