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Uloborus glomosus

Known as: Epeira glomosus 
National Institutes of Health

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Review
2010
Review
2010
Introduction Although spiders are important prey items of some wasps, birds, and other spiders (Bristowe l94l; Krombein 1967… 
1992
1992
Ballooning, the aerial displacement of a spider caused by friction between air and the spide r with its silk, has considerable… 
1990
1990
When disturbed, Uloborus glomosus either remain in position at the hub of their orb-webs, jump from the web, move to the edge of… 
1987
1987
The new Costa Rican species Philoponella herediae and its web are described and illustrated. The web consists of a horizontal orb… 
1987
1987
When visual fields of the primitive orb‐weaver, Waitkera waitkerensis, are reconstructed using measurements taken from intact… 
1983
1983
Names, synonyms, and distributions ofu10borid spiders known from North, Central, and South America are provided. The first… 
1982
1982
The responses of five tropical orb-weaving spiders (family Araneidae and Uloboridae) to predator y attacks by salticids and… 
1960
1960
A MATURE female of Uloborus walckenaerius was found in May 1959 in the precincts of Jerusalem. The female lived about four months…