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The Journal of Arachnology - 2015
Volume 43 Number 2 - pp. 123-228


Mosquito-terminator spiders and the meaning of predatory specialization

Featured Articles

Importance of hunger and prey type on predatory behavior stages in Corythalia albicincta (Araneae: Salticidae)

The stability of hygroscopic compounds in orb-web spider viscous thread

Funnel-web construction and estimated immune costs in Aglaoctenus lagotis (Araneae: Lycosidae)

Female Pardosa milvina wolf spiders increase silk advertisements when in the presence of silk from courting males

Chromosome evolution in lycosoid spiders (Araneomorphae): a scenario based on analysis of seven species of the families Lycosidae, Senoculidae and Trechaleidae

Female genital morphology and sperm storage in the velvet spider Eresus kollari (Araneae: Eresidae)

Trophic niche of Oecobius maculatus (Araneae: Oecobiidae): evidence based on natural diet, prey capture success, and prey handling

Survey of cuticular structures on leg IV of cosmetid harvestmen (Opiliones: Laniatores: Gonyleptoidea)

Strong seasonality and clear choice of resting plant in a Neotropical harvestman (Arachnida: Opiliones)

Cave-epigean behavioral variation of the whip spider Phrynus longipes (Arachnida: Amblypygi) evidenced by activity, vigilance, and aggression

Redescription of the Chiapas amber whip spider Electrophrynus mirus (Amblypygi)

Short Communications

The chorion of eggs in a Namibian Ariadna species (Araneae: Segestriidae): morphological and SEM analyses

Retraction—Alien spiders in Chile: evaluating Darwin’s naturalization hypothesis