The Journal of Arachnology

Volume 37 Number 2

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Feature Articles

Reproductive behavior of Chavesincola inexpectabilis (Opiliones, Gonyleptidae) with description of a new and independently evolved case of paternal care in harvestmen
by Taís M. Nazareth & Glauco Machado
pp. 127

Reversed cannibalism, foraging, and surface activities of Allocosa alticeps and Allocosa brasiliensis: two wolf spiders from coastal sand dunes
by Anita Aisenberg, Macarena González, Álvaro Laborda, Rodrigo Postiglioni & Miguel Simó
pp. 135

Phenology of Opiliones on an altitudinal gradient on Lefka Ori Mountains, Crete, Greece
by Maria Chatzaki, Petros Lymberakis, Plamen Mitov & Moysis Mylonas
pp. 139

The chemical defenses of a stylocellid (Arachnida, Opiliones, Stylocellidae) from Sulawesi with comparisons to other Cyphophthalmi
by Tappey H. Jones, William A. Shear & Gonzalo Giribet
pp. 147

Natural history of coastal Peruvian solifuges with a redescription of Chinchippus peruvianus and an additional new species (Arachnida, Solifugae, Ammotrechidae)
by Alessandro Catenazzi, Jack O. Brookhart & Paula E. Cushing
pp. 151

Estimating biomass of Neotropical spiders and other arachnids (Araneae, Opiliones, Pseudoscorpiones, Ricinulei) by mass-length regressions
by Hubert Höfer & Ricardo Ott
pp. 160

Two new species of the spider genus Ochyrocera (Araneae, Ochyroceratidae) from Mexico
by Alejandro Valdez-Mondragón
pp. 170

Two new species of the genus Diplothele (Araneae, Barychelidae) from Orissa, India with notes on D. walshi
by Manju Siliwal, Sanjay Molur & Robert Raven
pp. 178

A review of the pirate spiders of Tasmania (Arachnida, Mimetidae, Australomimetus) with description of a new species
by Danilo Harms & Mark S. Harvey
pp. 188
Redescription of Rhopalurus abudi (Scorpiones, Buthidae), with first description of the male and first record from mainland Hispaniola
by Lorenzo Prendini, Lauren A. Esposito, Jeremy C. Huff & Erich S. Volschenk
pp.  206
Wolf spiders of the Pacific region: the genus Zoica (Araneae, Lycosidae)
by Volker W. Framenau, James W. Berry & Joseph A. Beatty
pp. 225

Plant nectar increases survival, molting, and foraging in two foliage wandering spiders
by Robin M. Taylor & Richard A. Bradley
pp.  232

Short Communications

Caddo agilis and C. pepperella (Opiliones, Caddidae) diverged phylogenetically before acquiring their disjunct, sympatric distributions in Japan and North America
by Jeffrey W. Shultz & Jerome C. Regier
pp. 238

New spider host associations for three acrocerid fly species (Diptera, Acroceridae)
by Maxim Larrivée & Christopher J. Borkent
pp. 241

Description of Toca, a new neotropical spider genus (Araneae, Ctenidae, Calocteninae)
by Daniele Polotow & Antonio D. Brescovit
pp. 243


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