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    1. Opell, BD; Bond, JE
      Changes in the mechanical properties of capture threads and the evolution of modern orb-weaving spiders

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    2. Miyashita, T
      Competition for a limited space in kleptoparasitic Argyrodes spiders revealed by field experiments

      POPULATION ECOLOGY
    3. Bruce, MJ; Herberstein, ME; Elgar, MA
      Signalling conflict between prey and predator attraction

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    4. Seah, WK; Li, DQ
      Stabilimenta attract unwelcome predators to orb-webs

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    5. Herberstein, ME; Heiling, AM
      Positioning at the hub: does it matter on which side of the web orb-web spiders sit?

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    6. Doran, NE; Richardson, AMM; Swain, R
      The reproductive behaviour of the Tasmanian cave spider Hickmania troglodytes (Araneae : Austrochilidae)

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    7. Blackledge, TA; Wenzel, JW
      State-determinate foraging decisions and web architecture in the spider Dictyna volucripes (Araneae Dictynidae)

      ETHOLOGY ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    8. Ibarra-Nunez, G; Garcia, JA; Lopez, JA; Lachaud, JP
      Prey analysis in the diet of some ponerine ants (Hymenoptera : Formicidae)and web-building spiders (Araneae) in coffee plantations in Chiapas, Mexico

      SOCIOBIOLOGY
    9. Nyffeler, M; Symondson, WOC
      Spiders and harvestmen as gastropod predators

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    10. Toyama, M
      Adaptive advantages of matriphagy in the foliage spider, Chiracanthium japonicum (Araneae : Clubionidae)

      JOURNAL OF ETHOLOGY
    11. Hayashi, CY; Lewis, RV
      Spider flagelliform silk: lessons in protein design, gene structure, and molecular evolution

      BIOESSAYS
    12. Higgins, LE; Townley, MA; Tillinghast, EK; Rankin, MA
      Variation in the chemical composition of ore webs built by the spider Nephila clavipes (Araneae, Tetragnathidae)

      JOURNAL OF ARACHNOLOGY
    13. de Crespigny, FEC; Herberstein, ME; Elgar, MA
      Food caching in orb-web spiders (Araneae : Araneoidea)

      NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN
    14. Craig, CL; Wolf, SG; Davis, JLD; Hauber, ME; Maas, JL
      Signal polymorphism in the web-decorating spider Argiope argentata is correlated with reduced survivorship and the presence of stingless bees, its primary prey

      EVOLUTION
    15. Venner, S; Thevenard, L; Pasquet, A; Leborgne, R
      Estimation of the web's capture thread length in orb-weaving spiders: Determining the most efficient formula

      ANNALS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    16. Blackledge, TA; Wenzel, JW
      Silk mediated defense by an orb web spider against predatory mud-dauber wasps

      BEHAVIOUR
    17. Herberstein, ME; Craig, CL; Coddington, JA; Elgar, MA
      The functional significance of silk decorations of orb-web spiders: a critical review of the empirical evidence

      BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS
    18. Heiling, AM; Herberstein, ME
      Interpretations of ore-web variability: A review of past and current ideas

      EKOLOGIA-BRATISLAVA
    19. Hormiga, G; Scharff, N; Coddington, JA
      The phylogenetic basis of sexual size dimorphism in orb-weaving spiders (Araneae, Orbiculariae)

      SYSTEMATIC BIOLOGY
    20. Schneider, JM; Herberstein, ME; De Crespigny, FC; Ramamurthy, S; Elgar, MA
      Sperm competition and small size advantage for males of the golden orb-webspider Nephila edulis

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    21. Watanabe, T
      Web tuning of an orb-web spider, Octonoba sybotides, regulates prey-catching behaviour

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    22. McNett, BJ; Rypstra, AL
      Habitat selection in a large orb-weaving spider: vegetational complexity determines site selection and distribution

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    23. Tarsitano, M; Jackson, RR; Kirchner, WH
      Signals and signal choices made by the araneophagic jumping spider Portia fimbriata while hunting the orb-weaving web spiders Zygiella x-notata and Zosis geniculatus

      ETHOLOGY
    24. Herberstein, ME; Tso, IM
      Evaluation of formulae to estimate the capture area and mesh height of orbwebs (Araneoidea, Araneae)

      JOURNAL OF ARACHNOLOGY
    25. Gemeno, C; Yeargan, KV; Haynes, KF
      Aggressive chemical mimicry by the bolas spider Mastophora hutchinsoni: Identification and quantification of a major prey's sex pheromone components in the spider's volatile emissions

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    26. Higgins, L
      The interaction of season length and development time alters size at maturity

      OECOLOGIA
    27. Opell, BD; Bond, JE
      Capture thread extensibility of orb-weaving spiders: testing punctuated and associative explanations of character evolution

      BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    28. Chmiel, K; Herberstein, ME; Elgar, MA
      Web damage and feeding experience influence web site tenacity in the orb-web spider Argiope keyserlingi Karsch

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    29. Venner, S; Pasquet, A; Leborgne, R
      Web-building behaviour in the orb-weaving spider Zygiella x-notata: influence of experience

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    30. Bosselaers, J; Jocque, R
      Hortipes, a huge genus of tiny Afrotropical spiders (Araneae, Liocranidae)

      BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
    31. Opell, BD
      Redesigning spider webs: Stickiness, capture area and the evolution of modern orb-webs

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    32. Fasola, M
      Experimental competition release in a community of web-weaving spiders

      ITALIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    33. Watanabe, T
      Prey attraction as a possible function of the silk decoration of the uloborid spider Octonoba sybotides

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    34. Blackledge, TA; Wenzel, JW
      Do stabilimenta in orb webs attract prey or defend spiders?

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    35. Li, DQ; Jackson, RR; Barrion, AT
      Parental and predatory behaviour of Scytodes sp., an araneophagic spittingspider (Araneae : Scytodidae) from the Philippines

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    36. Volkova, T; Matthews, RW; Barber, MC
      Spider prey of two mud dauber wasps (Hymenoptera : Sphecidae) nesting in Georgia's Okefenokee Swamp

      JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    37. Pourie, G; Trabalon, M
      Relationships among food and contact signals in experimental group-living young of Tegenaria atrica

      ARCHIVES OF INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    38. Warner, SB; Polk, M; Jacob, K
      Spider dragline silk

      JOURNAL OF MACROMOLECULAR SCIENCE-REVIEWS IN MACROMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS
    39. Higgins, L; Rankin, MA
      Nutritional requirements for web synthesis in the tetragnathid spider Nephila clavipes

      PHYSIOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    40. Watanabe, T
      The influence of energetic state on the form of stabilimentum built by Octonoba sybotides (Araneae : Uloboridae)

      ETHOLOGY
    41. Miller, JA
      Revision and cladistic analysis of the erigonine spider genus Sisicottus (Araneae, Linyphiidae, Erigoninae)

      JOURNAL OF ARACHNOLOGY
    42. Walker, SE; Marshall, SD; Rypstra, AL
      The effect of feeding history on retreat construction in the wolf spider Hogna helluo (Araneae, Lycosidae)

      JOURNAL OF ARACHNOLOGY
    43. Grostal, P; Walter, DE
      Host specificity and distribution of the kleptobiotic spider Argyrodes antipodianus (Araneae, Theridiidae) on orb webs in Queensland, Australia

      JOURNAL OF ARACHNOLOGY
    44. Griswold, CE; Coddington, JA; Platnick, NI; Forster, RR
      Towards a phylogeny of entelegyne spiders (Araneae, Araneomorphae, Entelegynae)

      JOURNAL OF ARACHNOLOGY
    45. Vollrath, F
      Biology of spider silk

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL MACROMOLECULES
    46. Shao, ZZ; Vollrath, F
      The effect of solvents on the contraction and mechanical properties of spider silk

      POLYMER
    47. Framenau, VW; Finley, LA; Allan, K; Love, M; Shirley, D; Elgar, MA
      Multiple feeding in wolf spiders: the effect of starvation on handling time, ingestion rate, and intercatch intervals in Lycosa lapidosa (Araneae : Lycosidae)

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    48. Harari, AR; Handler, AM; Landolt, PJ
      Size-assortative mating, male choice and female choice in the curculionid beetle Diaprepes abbreviatus

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    49. Herberstein, ME; Heiling, AM
      Asymmetry in spider orb webs: a result of physical constraints?

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    50. Walker, SE; Marshall, SD; Rypstra, AL; Taylor, DH
      The effects of hunger on locomotory behaviour in two species of wolf spider (Araneae, Lycosidae)

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    51. Nakata, K; Ushimaru, A
      Feeding experience affects web relocation and investment in web threads inan orb-web spider, Cyclosa argenteoalba

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    52. HERBERSTEIN ME; HEILING AM
      DOES MESH HEIGHT INFLUENCE PREY LENGTH IN ORB-WEB SPIDERS (ARANEAE)

      European journal of entomology
    53. HERBERSTEIN ME
      WEB PLACEMENT IN SYMPATRIC LINYPHIID SPIDERS (ARACHNIDA, ARANEAE) - INDIVIDUAL FORAGING DECISIONS REVEAL INTER-SPECIFIC COMPETITION

      Acta oecologica
    54. HIGGINS LE; BUSKIRK RE
      SPIDER-WEB KLEPTOPARASITES AS A MODEL FOR STUDYING PRODUCER-CONSUMER INTERACTIONS

      Behavioral ecology
    55. HAUBER ME
      WEB DECORATIONS AND ALTERNATIVE FORAGING TACTICS OF THE SPIDER ARGIOPE APPENSA

      Ethology Ecology & Evolution
    56. TOFT RJ; REES JS
      REDUCING PREDATION OF ORB-WEB SPIDERS BY CONTROLLING COMMON WASPS (VESPULA-VULGARIS) IN A NEW-ZEALAND BEECH FOREST

      Ecological entomology
    57. OPELL BD
      ECONOMICS OF SPIDER ORB-WEBS - THE BENEFITS OF PRODUCING ADHESIVE CAPTURE THREAD AND OF RECYCLING SILK

      Functional ecology
    58. PASQUET A; LEBORGNE R
      BEHAVIORAL TACTICS FOR PREY CAPTURE AND PREY INGESTION IN 2 SYMPATRICSPIDERS

      Netherlands journal of zoology
    59. GRISWOLD CE; CODDINGTON JA; HORMIGA G; SCHARFF N
      PHYLOGENY OF THE ORB-WEB BUILDING SPIDERS (ARANEAE, ORBICULARIAE, DEINOPOIDEA, ARANEOIDEA)

      Zoological journal of the Linnean Society
    60. HAYASHI CY; LEWIS RV
      EVIDENCE FROM FLAGELLIFORM SILK CDNA FOR THE STRUCTURAL BASIS OF ELASTICITY AND MODULAR NATURE OF SPIDER SILKS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    61. HEILING AM; HERBERSTEIN ME; SPITZER G
      CALCULATION OF CAPTURE THREAD LENGTH IN ORB WEBS - EVALUATION OF NEW FORMULAS

      Annals of the Entomological Society of America
    62. UHL G; VOLLRATH F
      GENITAL MORPHOLOGY OF NEPHILA-EDULIS - IMPLICATIONS FOR SPERM COMPETITION IN SPIDERS

      Canadian journal of zoology
    63. MIYASHITA T; SHINKAI A; CHIDA T
      THE EFFECTS OF FOREST FRAGMENTATION ON WEB SPIDER COMMUNITIES IN URBAN AREAS

      Biological Conservation
    64. TSO IM
      ISOLATED SPIDER WEB STABILIMENTUM ATTRACTS INSECTS

      Behaviour
    65. Japyassu, HF; Ades, C
      From complete orb to semi-orb webs: Developmental transitions in the web of Nephilengys cruentata (Araneae : Tetragnathidae)

      BEHAVIOUR
    66. HODGE MA; STORFERISSER A
      CONSPECIFIC AND HETEROSPECIFIC ATTRACTION - A MECHANISM OF WEB-SITE SELECTION LEADING TO AGGREGATION FORMATION BY WEB-BUILDING SPIDERS

      Ethology
    67. BARDWELL CJ; AVERILL AL
      SPIDERS AND THEIR PREY IN MASSACHUSETTS CRANBERRY BOGS

      The Journal of arachnology
    68. HERBERSTEIN ME
      THE EFFECT OF HABITAT STRUCTURE ON WEB HEIGHT PREFERENCE IN 3 SYMPATRIC WEB-BUILDING SPIDERS (ARANEAE, LINYPHIIDAE)

      The Journal of arachnology
    69. VOLLRATH F; DOWNES M; KRACKOW S
      DESIGN VARIABILITY IN WEB GEOMETRY OF AN ORB-WEAVING SPIDER

      Physiology & behavior
    70. GROSTAL P; WALTER DE
      KLEPTOPARASITES OR COMMENSALS - EFFECTS OF ARGYRODES-ANTIPODIANUS (ARANEAE, THERIDIIDAE) ON NEPHILA-PLUMIPES (ARANEAE, TETRAGNATHIDAE)

      Oecologia
    71. OPELL BD
      THE MATERIAL COST AND STICKINESS OF CAPTURE THREADS AND THE EVOLUTIONOF ORB-WEAVING SPIDERS

      Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
    72. MORAN MD; HURD LE
      RELIEVING FOOD LIMITATION REDUCES SURVIVORSHIP OF A GENERALIST PREDATOR

      Ecology
    73. ELGAR MA; FAHEY BF
      SEXUAL CANNIBALISM, COMPETITION, AND SIZE DIMORPHISM IN THE ORB-WEAVING SPIDER NEPHILA PLUMIPES LATREILLE (ARANEAE, ARANEOIDEA)

      Behavioral ecology
    74. LANDOLFA MA; BARTH FG
      VIBRATIONS IN THE ORB WEB OF THE SPIDER NEPHILA-CLAVIPES - CUES FOR DISCRIMINATION AND ORIENTATION

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    75. HODGE MA; MARSHALL SD
      AN EXPERIMENTAL-ANALYSIS OF INTRAGUILD PREDATION AMONG 3 GENERA OF WEB-BUILDING SPIDERS - HYPOCHILUS, CORAS AND ACHAEARANEA (ARANEAE, HYPOCHILIDAE, AMAUROBIIDAE AND THERIDIIDAE)

      The Journal of arachnology
    76. LEBORGNE R; PASQUET A
      INTEGRATING, MANAGING, EVOLVING - ORB-WEA VING SPIDERS, ZYGIELLA-X-NOTATA (CLERCK)

      Bulletin de la Societe zoologique de France
    77. HODGE MA; UETZ GW
      FORAGING ADVANTAGES OF MIXED-SPECIES ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SOLITARY ANDCOLONIAL ORB-WEAVING SPIDERS

      Oecologia
    78. WAGNER JD; WISE DH
      CANNIBALISM REGULATES DENSITIES OF YOUNG WOLF SPIDERS - EVIDENCE FROMFIELD AND LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS

      Ecology
    79. TSO IM
      STABILIMENTUM OF THE GARDEN SPIDER ARGIOPE TRIFASCIATA - A POSSIBLE PREY ATTRACTANT

      Animal behaviour
    80. UETZ GW
      RISK SENSITIVITY AND THE PARADOX OF COLONIAL WEB-BUILDING IN SPIDERS

      American zoologist
    81. POLIS GA; HURD SD
      EXTRAORDINARILY HIGH SPIDER DENSITIES ON ISLANDS - FLOW OF ENERGY FROM THE MARINE TO TERRESTRIAL FOOD WEBS AND THE ABSENCE OF PREDATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    82. HEAD G
      SELECTION ON FECUNDITY AND VARIATION IN THE DEGREE OF SEXUAL SIZE DIMORPHISM AMONG SPIDER SPECIES (CLASS ARANEAE)

      Evolution
    83. HORMIGA G; EBERHARD WG; CODDINGTON JA
      WEB-CONSTRUCTION BEHAVIOR IN AUSTRALIAN PHONOGNATHA AND THE PHYLOGENYOF NEPHILINE AND TETRAGNATHID SPIDERS (ARANEAE, TETRAGNATHIDAE)

      Australian journal of zoology
    84. UETZ GW; HIEBER CS
      GROUP-SIZE AND PREDATION RISK IN COLONIAL WEB-BUILDING SPIDERS - ANALYSIS OF ATTACK ABATEMENT MECHANISMS

      Behavioral ecology
    85. HERBERSTEIN ME; ELGAR MA
      FORAGING STRATEGIES OF ERIOPHORA-TRANSMARINA AND NEPHILA-PLUMIPES (ARANEAE, ARANEOIDEA) - NOCTURNAL AND DIURNAL ORB-WEAVING SPIDERS

      Australian journal of ecology
    86. BOEVE JL; MEIER C
      SPIDER VENOM AND ECOETHOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS - A SIMPLE MATHEMATICAL-MODEL

      Ecological modelling
    87. SEBRIER MA; PASQUET A; LEBORGNE R
      RESOURCE-MANAGEMENT IN THE ORB-WEAVING SPIDER ZYGIELLA-X-NOTATA .1. INFLUENCE OF SPIDER BEHAVIOR AND AVAILABLE PREY

      Ethology
    88. SEBRIER MA; PASQUET A; LEBORGNE R
      RESOURCE-MANAGEMENT IN THE ORB-WEAVING SPIDER ZYGIELLA-X-NOTATA .2. ABILITY TO MANAGE A SET OF VARIOUS PREY

      Ethology
    89. YEARGAN KV
      BIOLOGY OF BOLAS SPIDERS

      Annual review of entomology
    90. SIMMONS A; RAY E; JELINSKI LW
      SOLID-STATE C-13 NMR OF NEPHILA-CLAVIPES DRAGLINE SILK ESTABLISHES STRUCTURE AND IDENTITY OF CRYSTALLINE REGIONS

      Macromolecules
    91. HORMIGA G
      CLADISTICS AND THE COMPARATIVE MORPHOLOGY OF LINYPHIID SPIDERS AND THEIR RELATIVES (ARANEAE, ARANEOIDEA, LINYPHIIDAE)

      Zoological journal of the Linnean Society
    92. SHERMAN PM
      THE ORB-WEB - AN ENERGETIC AND BEHAVIORAL ESTIMATOR OF A SPIDERS DYNAMIC FORAGING AND REPRODUCTIVE STRATEGIES

      Animal behaviour
    93. PRENTER J; ELWOOD R; COLGAN S
      THE INFLUENCE OF PREY SIZE AND FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE STATE ON THE COURTSHIP OF THE AUTUMN SPIDER, METELLINA-SEGMENTATA - A FIELD EXPERIMENT

      Animal behaviour
    94. ZONGO JO; STEWART RK; VINCENT C
      INFLUENCE OF INTERCROPPING - SPIDER FAUNA IN PURE SORGHUM AND INTERCROPPED SORGHUM-COWPEA IN BURKINA-FASO

      Journal of applied entomology
    95. TRIGO JR; WITTE L; BROWN KS; HARTMANN T; BARATA LES
      PYRROLIZIDINE ALKALOIDS IN THE ARCTIID MOTH HYALURGA-SYMA

      Journal of chemical ecology
    96. RAYOR LS; UETZ GW
      ONTOGENIC SHIFTS WITHIN THE SELFISH HERD - PREDATION RISK AND FORAGING TRADE-OFFS CHANGE WITH AGE IN COLONIAL WEB-BUILDING SPIDERS

      Oecologia


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