ARGYRODES: PHYLOGENY, SOCIALITY AND INTERSPECIFIC INTERACTIONS—A REPORT ON THE ARGYRODES SYMPOSIUM, BADPLAAS 2001

@inproceedings{Whitehouse2002ARGYRODESPS,
  title={ARGYRODES: PHYLOGENY, SOCIALITY AND INTERSPECIFIC INTERACTIONS—A REPORT ON THE ARGYRODES SYMPOSIUM, BADPLAAS 2001},
  author={M. Whitehouse and I. Agnarsson and T. Miyashita and D. Smith and K. Cangialosi and T. Masumoto and D. Li and Y. H{\'e}naut},
  year={2002}
}
  • M. Whitehouse, I. Agnarsson, +5 authors Y. Hénaut
  • Published 2002
  • Biology
  • Abstract Argyrodes Simon 1864 is a large, cosmopolitan theridiid genus whose members exhibit a wide range of foraging techniques which usually involve exploiting other spiders, either by using their webs, stealing their food, or preying on them directly. We held a symposium on this genus at the 15th International Congress of Arachnology, Badplaas, South Africa in order to obtain a clearer perspective on the relationship between the phylogeny of the genus and the different foraging techniques… CONTINUE READING
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