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A Preliminary Survey for Spiders on Grenada, West Indies
(Living World, J. Trinidad and Tobago Field Naturalists’ Club, 2009)
During a two-week period in 2008, a wide variety of habitats on the island of Grenada, West Indies were surveyed for the presence of spiders. Contrary to the results of previous surveys in the Eastern Caribbean, Grenada ...
A Preliminary Survey for Spiders on Montserrat, West Indies.
(Living World, J. Trinidad and Tobago Field Naturalists’ Club, 2010)
During a two-week period in September 2009, a wide variety of habitats on the island of Montserrat, West Indies, were surveyed for the presence of spiders. When compared to the results of previous surveys in the Eastern ...
Population dynamics, age structure and sex ratio of the bromeliad-dwelling jumping spider, Psecas chapoda (Salticidae)
(Taylor & Francis LtdAbingdonInglaterra, 2005)
Development and life tables of Loxosceles intermedia Mello-Leitao, 1934 (Araneae, Sicariidae)
(Amer Arachnological SocNew YorkEUA, 2005)
Natural history of Misumenops argenteus (Thomisidae): Seasonality and diet on Trichogoniopsis adenantha (Asteraceae)
(Amer Arachnological SocNew YorkEUA, 2003)
Crab spiders (Araneae: Thomisidae) in flowering plants in a Brazilian "Cerrado" ecosystem
(Instituto Internacional de Ecologia, 2011)
Although crab spiders are common in flowering plants, their relations with plant species and its floral traits have been poorly known in the Neotropics. Observations regarding plant habits, floral visitors and also floral ...
Crab spiders (Araneae: Thomisidae) in flowering plants in a Brazilian Cerrado ecosystem
(Instituto Internacional de Ecologia, 2011-05-01)
Ainda que aranhas Thomisidae sejam comumente encontradas em flores, as associações desses aracnídeos a espécies de plantas e às suas características florais foram pouco registradas na região neotropical. Observações do ...
Weak trophic links between a crab-spider and the effective pollinators of a rewardless orchid
(Elsevier Masson, 2015-01)
Sit and wait predators hunting on flowers are considered to be exploiters of plantepollinator mutualisms. Several studies have shown that plantepollinator interactions can be highly susceptible to the impact of a third ...