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Ligurra latidens

Known as: Homalattus latidens, Salticus latidens 
National Institutes of Health

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2015
2015
The locality Schöningen (Germany) is an important source of knowledge about Lower Paleolithic hominin subsistence. The locality… Expand
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2012
2012
The skull of the Cretaceous pterosaur Istiodactylus latidens, a historically important species best known for its broad muzzle of… Expand
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Review
2009
Review
2009
Abstract In this paper, boselaphine material from several localities in the area of the Hasnot Pakistan, is described, identified… Expand
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2006
2006
The efficacy of predators of immature cotton fleahoppers,Pseudatomoscelis seriatus (Reuter), was calculated using field and… Expand
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Highly Cited
2003
Highly Cited
2003
Abstract Ecomorphological and biogeochemical (trace element, and carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen isotope ratios) analyses have been… Expand
2000
2000
The book-lungs and the tracheal systems of two species of jumping spider, Salticus scenicus and Euophrys lanigera, were… Expand
1999
1999
Spiders found in and around buildings may be divided into three categories: 1) true synanthropes, which can establish breeding… Expand
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1987
1987
Mimicry where prey resemble predators to avoid predation is unusual. Snowberry flies, Rhagoletis zephyria Snow, possess striped… Expand
Review
1984
Review
1984
— A new species of long-tongued bat, Anoura latidens, related to and sympatric with Anoura geoffroyi Gray is described. It is… Expand
1975
1975
The zebra spider (Salticus scenicus), a small jumping spider, orients towards prey detected by its lateral eyes whenever the… Expand
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