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The Journal of Arachnology

Volume 41 Number 1

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Feature Articles

Redescription of Diplocentrus zacatecanus (Scorpiones: Diplocentridae) and limitations of the hemispermatophore as a diagnostic trait for genus Diplocentrus by Carlos E. Santibáñez López & Oscar F. Francke  pp. 1–10

Freya ambigua (Araneae: Salticidae) introduced to the continental United States, with new synonyms by G. B. Edwards & Gustavo R. S. Ruiz  pp. 11–17

Revision of Bagheera (Araneae: Salticidae: Dendryphantinae) by Gustavo R. S. Ruiz & G. B. Edwards  pp. 18–24

Does behavioral isolation prevent interspecific mating within a parallel ecotypic wolf spider radiation from the Galápagos? by C. De Busschere & F. Hendrickx  pp. 25–30

Facilitation of ground-dwelling wolf spider predation on mirid bugs by horizontal webs built by Tetragnatha spiders in organic paddy fields by Mayura B. Takada, Tetsuya Kobayashi, Akira Yoshioka, Shun Takagi & Izumi Washitani   pp. 31–35

Specificity of attraction to floral chemistry in Misumenoides formosipes crab spiders by G. N. Dodson, P. L. Lang, R. N. Jones & A. N. Versprille  pp. 36–42

Reflections on the tapetum lucidum and eyeshine in lycosoid spiders by Kari Benson & Robert B. Suter  pp. 43–52

Variation among clutches in the response of spiders to prey nutrient content by Shawn M. Wilder  pp. 53–58

Functional aspects of genital differences in Leucauge argyra and L. mariana (Araneae: Tetragnathidae) by Gilbert Barrantes,  Anita Aisenberg & William G. Eberhard  pp. 59–69

Web construction of Linothele macrothelifera (Araneae: Dipluridae) by William G. Eberhard & Nicolas A. Hazzi  pp. 70–75

Short Communications

The rare large prey hypothesis for orb web evolution: a critique by William G. Eberhard  pp. 76–80

What is the function of ‘pre-dispersal’ behavior in juvenile social spiders (Stegodyphus dumicola: Eresidae)? by Yael Lubin & Robert B. Suter  pp. 81–84

Soil type preference and the coexistence of two species of wandering spiders (Ctenus amphora and C. crulsi: Ctenidae) in a rainforest in Central Amazonia by Erika Portela, Rodrigo Hirata Willemart & Thierry Ray Gasnier  pp. 85–87

Foraging of Buthus occitanus (Scorpiones: Buthidae) on shrub branches in an arid area of southeastern Spain by Francisco Sánchez Piñero, Fernando Urbano Tenorio & Francisco Jesús Martín García  pp. 88–90

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