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Contents
The Journal of Arachnology - 1985
Volume 13 Number 3 - pp. 277-408

Featured Articles

Prey capture and stinging behavior in the Emperor scorpion, Pandinus imperazor (Koch) (Scorpiones, Scorpionidae)

Two new species of Ixamatus Simon from eastern Australia (Nemesiidae, Mygalomorphae, Araneae)

Ballooning mygalomorphs: Estimates of the masses of Sphodros and Ummidia ballooners (Araneae: Atypidae, Ctenizidae)

Laboratory infection of spiders and harvestmen (Arachnida: Araneae and Opiliones) with Neoaplectana and Heterorhabditis nematodes (Rhabditoidea)

Uptake of leucine and water by Centruroides scuipturatus (Ewing) embryos (Scorpiones, Buthidae)

Opiliones from the Cape Horn Archipelago: New southern records for harvestmen

Stage-biased overwintering survival of the filmy dome spider (Araneae, Linyphiidae)

Evidence of insemination of multiple females by the male black widow spider, Latrodectus mactans (Araneae, Theridiidae)

Spider ballooning: Development and evaluation of field trapping methods (Araneae)

Leiobunum lineatum: A synonym of Leiobunum cretatum (Opiliones, Gagrellidae)

A new species of Heteronebo from Jamaica Scorpiones, Diplocentridae)

Habitat use by colonies of Philoponella republicana (Araneae, Uloboridae)

Reproductive tactics and female body size in the green lynx spider, Peucetia viridans (Araneae, Oxyopidae)

Nests and neset-site selection of the crab spider Misumena vatia (Araneae, Thomisidae) on milkweed

Research Notes

Submergent capture of Dolomedes triton (Araneae, Pisauridae) by Anoplius depressipes (Hymenoptera, Pompilidae)

A Hawaiian wolf spider, Lycosa hawaiiensis Simon foraging in the top of a Metrosideros polymorpha tree

Adhesive technique for capture of burrow-dwelling spiders

Functional webs built by adult male bowl and doily spiders

On the Chilean spiders of the family Palpimanidae (Arachnida, Araneae)

Laboratory infection of Garypus calfornicus (Pseudoscorpionida, Garypidae) with neoaplectanid and heterorhabditid nematodes (Rhabditoidea)

An unusual species of Tyrannochthonius from Florida (Pseudoscorpionida, Chthoniidae)

Effects of method and time of preservation on volumetric mass estimates of spiders (Araneae)