Herbert Walter Levi, Lorna Rose Levi, Herbert Spencer Zim,'s Spiders and Their Kin (Golden Guide) PDF

By Herbert Walter Levi, Lorna Rose Levi, Herbert Spencer Zim, Lorna R. Levi

ISBN-10: 0307240215

ISBN-13: 9780307240217

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They are among the least known of all spiders, however. Like other web spinners, they have three claws on each foot, and most species build a dome-shaped or flat web. All have legs with strong setae, a row of teeth on each side of the fang groove of the jaws, and a colulus (p . 9) . DWARF SPIDERS (subfamily Micryphantinae) of probably several hundred species occur in N . A. north of Mexico. They are common in Europe , the Arctic, and on high mountains; the tropics are believed to have fewer species .

Some females have a hump on the abdomen. Males are smaller than females_ TlDARREN female lives in a curled leaf hanging in the web, and the tiny males hang nearby_ The male amputates one of his enormaus palpi before his last molt. S. A. 40 COBWEB WEAVERS E. ; plants ENOPlOGNATHA are all dark colored (except E. ovalo) and have a leaflike pattern on the abdomen. up leaves, some under logs, others in leaf litter. A. and Europe. STEATODA usually are brown with a white line around the front of the abdomen.

Pirate Spiders are recognized by the row of strong curved setae on the front margins of the lower segments of the first pair of legs. The eggs are left in a stalked sac suspended from a twig or rock. This small family includes about a dozen species north of Mexico. s. NESTICIDS (Nesticidae), often called Cave Spiders, are pale denizens of moist caves and cellars . They make an irregular cobweb. The fourth leg has a comb on its last segment (p. 36). Between the front pair of spinnerets is a colulus (p.

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