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Biologie et comportement de la larve et de la première nymphe de l'araignée Araneus suspicax (O. Pickard-Cambridge)

@inproceedings{Ramousse1984BiologieEC,
  title={Biologie et comportement de la larve et de la premi{\`e}re nymphe de l'araign{\'e}e Araneus suspicax (O. Pickard-Cambridge)},
  author={Raymond Ramousse and E. Wurdak},
  year={1984}
}
Summary The development and behavior of the first instars (larvae and nymphs) of Ara­ neus suspicax were recorded at 25°C. The nymphs show two periods of aggregation, first within the cocoon (7.5 days), then on the communal web (2 days); thereafter, they disperse. The synchronization of moulting decreases from hatching to the second moult. Aggregated spiderlings are better synchronized than isolated ones, except for the second nymphal moult, which is inhibited by over-crowding. Larvae huddle… 

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