The Journal of Arachnology - 1998
Volume 26 Number 3 - pp. 257-459

Featured Articles

Phylogeny of Opiliones (Arachnida): An assessment of the "Cyphopalpatores" Concept

New Species of Charon (Amblypygi, Charontidae) from Northern Australia and Christmas Island

A New Troglobitic Scorpion of the Genus Typhlochachactas (Superstitionidae) from Veracruz, Mexico

A Fossil Whipscorpion from the Lower Cretaceous of Brazil

Leg Autotony and Its Potential Fitness Costs for Two Species of Harvestmen (Arachnida, Opiliones)

Ground Surface Spider Fauna in Florida Sandhill Communities

Behavior. Life Cycle and Webs of Mecicobothrimon thorelIi, (Araneae, Mygalomorphae, Mecicobothriidae)

Dragline-Mediated Mate-Searching in Trite planiceps (Araneae, Salticidae)

The Effect of Conspecifics on the Timing of Orb Construction in a Colonial Spider

Courtship, Copulation, and Sperm Transfer in Leucauge mariana (Araneae. Tetragnathidae) with Implications for Higher Classification

A Case of Blind Spider's Bull?: Prey-Capture by Jumping Spiders (Araneae. Salticidae) in the Absence of Visual Cues

Research Notes

A New Method of Marking Spiders

A Description of an Unusual Dome Web Occupied by Egg-Carrying Holocnemus plutchei (Araneae, Pholcidae)

Multi-Species Aggregations in Neotropical Harvestmen (Opiliones. Gonyleptidae)

Cooperative Prey Capture in the Communal Web Spider. Philoponella raffrayi (Araneae, Uloboridae)

RAPD Profiling of Spider (Araneae) DNA

Sexual Differences in Metabolic Rates of Spiders

Ingested Biomass of Prey as a More Accurate Estimator of Foraging Intake by Spider Predators

A Tribute to Joseph C. Chamberlin


Joseph C. Chamberlin (1898-1962)

A Sternophorid Pseudoscorpion (Chelonethi) in Dominican Amber with Remarks on the Family

Pseudoscorpion Groups with Bipolar Distributions: A New Genus from Tasmania Related to the Holarctic Syarinus (Arachnida, Pseudoscorpiones, Syarinidae)

Pseudoscorpions of the Genus Rhopalochernes (Chernetidae) from Panama and Venezuela

A New Species of Xenochelifer with Comments on the Genus (Pseudoscorpionida, Cheliferidae)

Phoretic Pseudoscorpions Associated with Flying Insects in Brazilian Amazonia