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Lasiopodomys gregalis

Known as: Microtus gregalis 
National Institutes of Health

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2011
2011
A representative mammal fauna attributable to the Karginian Interstadial (MIS 3, 36 000e23 000 BP) has been found for the first… 
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2007
2007
On the basis of abundant fossil and subfossil bone remains, the ecological and faunal role of the narrow-skulled vole in zonal… 
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2007
2007
Fossil small mammals from late Pleistocene sediments in interior Alaska were used to investigate the paleoecology of the region… 
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2005
2005
Summary1-In the communal, non-territorial spiderMallos gregalis, large numbers of individuals share communal webs and feed as… 
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2005
2005
Groups of size 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 Mallos gregalis were monitored under laboratory conditions wit h the aid of a computer… 
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2004
2004
Prey capture advantage has played an important role in the evolution of communal or social spiders (Shear 1970 ; Rypstra 1985… 
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1987
1987
moths as a means of luring males to be captured (Tietjen and Rovner, 1982). Here we provide evidence that the social spider… 
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1979
1979
  • J. W. Burgess
  • Behavioral and neural biology
  • 1979
  • Corpus ID: 41567892
The comparison of spacing patterns between animal groups is made possible by a methodology which uses the following steps… 
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1979
1979
Abstract Most spiders are aggressive and cannibalistic but Mallos gregalis lives in large, tolerant colonies where prey is caught…