Molecular insights into the phylogenetic structure of the spider genus Theridion ( Araneae , Theridiidae ) and the origin of the Hawaiian Theridion-like fauna

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  title={Molecular insights into the phylogenetic structure of the spider genus Theridion ( Araneae , Theridiidae ) and the origin of the Hawaiian Theridion-like fauna},
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  year={2007}
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  • Published 2007
337 Arnedo, M. A., Agnarsson, I. & Gillespie, R. G. (2007). Molecular insights into the phylogenetic structure of the spider genus Theridion (Araneae, Theridiidae) and the origin of the Hawaiian Theridion -like fauna. — Zoologica Scripta , 36 , 337–352. The Hawaiian happy face spider ( Theridion grallator Simon, 1900), named for a remarkable abdominal colour pattern resembling a smiling face, has served as a model organism for understanding the generation of genetic diversity. Theridion… CONTINUE READING