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Una nueva especie de tarántula del género Aphonopelma Pocock 1901 (Araneae, Theraphosidae, Theraphosinae) de México con notas sobre el género Brachypelma Simon 1891

  title={Una nueva especie de tar{\'a}ntula del g{\'e}nero Aphonopelma Pocock 1901 (Araneae, Theraphosidae, Theraphosinae) de M{\'e}xico con notas sobre el g{\'e}nero Brachypelma Simon 1891},
  author={Arturo Locht and Francisco Medina and R. Malag{\'o}n Rojo and Ignacio S{\'a}nchez V{\'a}zquez},
A New theraphosid Spider Toxin Causes Early Insect Cell Death by Necrosis When Expressed In Vitro during Recombinant Baculovirus Infection
The use of baculovirus is suggested to be a potential tool to help understand or to identify the effect of insect-specific toxic peptides when produced during infection of insect cells.
Baculovírus recombinantes expressando toxina inseticida de aranha caranguejeira causam morte celular precoce durante infecção in vitro
Dissertacao (Mestrado)—Universidade de Brasilia, Programa de Pos-Graduacao em Biologia Molecular, 2012.
Species conservation profiles of tarantula spiders (Araneae, Theraphosidae) listed on CITES
To assess the 21 taxonomically valid spider species listed on CITES according to the IUCN criteria, study the general patterns and trends and advise on possible future conservation actions critical for the survival of endangered species, it is proposed to prioritise and support research on the population trends and distribution, as well as on the impact of land use and habitat degradation.
Systematic revision of Mexican threatened tarantulas Brachypelma (Araneae: Theraphosidae: Theraphosinae), with a description of a new genus, and implications on the conservation
Tarantula phylogenetic analyses using molecular and morphological characters and taxonomical changes for CITES and for the Mexican Laws for wildlife protection show the non-monophyly of Brachypelma is shown.
A new genus of Theraphosid spider from Mexico, with a particular palpal bulb structure (Araneae, Theraphosidae, Theraphosinae)
Females of Magnacarina gen. nov. have a single reduced and strongly sclerotized spermatheca, with an apical lobe projecting ventrally, and with a uterus externus that is longer and wider than the sperMatheca.
Spider Venoms
Spiders occupy most of the ecological niches of the planet, revealing a huge adaptive plasticity, reflected in the chemical diversity of their venom toxins. The spiders are distributed throughout the
Antimicrobial, Insecticides, Analgesics, and Hyaluronidases from the Venom Glands of Brachypelma Spiders
The primary structures of the most relevant molecules found in those four species of Brachypelma are described and reported and their minor differences could be important for a gain in stability and function.