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More details. FIELD GUIDE TO THE SPIDERS OF CALIFORNIA
AND THE PACIFIC COAST STATES
by Richard J. Adams
Timithy D. Manolis, illustrator
2014, 452 pages, 50 color plates, b/w drawings. With over 40,000 described species, spiders have adapted to nearly every terrestrial environment across the globe. Over half of the world’s spider families live within the three contiguous Pacific Coast... more details
 
9417 Adams, F/G to Spiders of California & Pacific Coast States

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More details. A SPIDER’S WORLD: Senses and Behavior
by Friedrich G. Barth
2002, 394 pages, 16 color plates, 309 b/w illustrations. Comprehensive biological overview of spider anatomy and morphology. Places special emphasis on how a spider’s sensory systems are excellently adapted to environmental conditions. Includes secti... more details
 
9716 Barth, A Spider's World

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More details. ARACHNIDS
by Jan Beccaloni
2009, 320 pages, color photos throughout, drawings. With around 11 distinctive lineages and over 38,000 species of spiders alone, arachnids are an amazingly diverse group of invertebrates--and with names like the Goliath Bird-Eating Spider, the Tail... more details
 
3605 Beccaloni, Arachnids

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More details. COMMON SPIDERS OF NORTH AMERICA
by Richard A. Bradley
illustrated by Steve Buchanan
2013, 271 pages, and 82 color plates. This comprehensive guide to all 68 spider families in North America beautifully and accurately illustrates 469 of the most commonly encountered species. The plates are labeled with scientific name and gender on... more details
 
9033 Bradley, Common Spiders of North America

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More details. SCORPION BIOLOGY AND RESEARCH
Philip Brownell & Gary Polis, editors
2001, 448 pages, 128 SEMs, photos, charts, tables, maps. Demonstrates the value of scorpions as model systems for investigating a wide range of biological questions, from neurobiology to evolutionary ecology. Contributions by 20 biologists from varyi... more details
 
9361 * Brownell, Scorpion Biology & Research

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More details. SPIDERWEBS AND SILK:
Tracing Evolution from Molecules to Genes to Phenotypes
by Catherine L. Craig
2003, 256 pages, 42 b/w photos, 46 dwgs. Links molecular evolution of silk proteins to the evolution and behavioral ecology of web-spinning spiders and other arthropods. Draws together studies from biochemistry through molecular genetics, cellular ph... more details
 
9558 Craig, Spiderwebs And Silk

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More details. SPIDERS
The Ultimate Predators, Paperback
by Stephen Dalton
2011, 208 pages, 250 color photos, 13 illustrations. Humans share the planet with about 40,000 known species of the remarkable creatures called spiders.

Spiders are the most successful of all terrestrial predators. This book provides fascinating ... more details
 

8976B Dalton, Spiders: The Ultimate Predators

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More details. CATALOGUE OF ERIOPHYID MITES (Acari: Eriophyoidea)
by Robert Davis, et al.
1982, 254 pages. Comprehensive, systematic record for worldwide eriophyid fauna, one of the most important plant-feeding mites causing damage to cultivated & wild plants. Summarizes data collected since Nalepa’s 1929 catalog. Contains 1859 specific ... more details
 
9838 Davis, Catalogue of Eriophyid Mites

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More details. FOREST SPIDERS OF SOUTH EAST ASIA
with a revision of the sac and ground spiders (Araneae)
by Christa L. Deeleman-Reinhold
2001, 604 pages, 8 color photo plates, 989 b/w line drawings, 50 maps. First comprehensive systematic account of all sac and ground spiders, ~12% of all spiders in the region. All ten subfamilies, 57 genera and many species are defined, described and... more details
 
4016 * Deeleman-Reinhold., Forest Spiders of S E Asia

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More details. FLORIDA’S FABULOUS SPIDERS
by G. B. Edwards & Sam Marshall
2001, 64 pages, 200+ color photos. Features vibrant photography of spiders in their natural Florida habitats. Provides an introduction to spider anatomy, biology, and behavior, spiders in the home and garden, and endangered or unusual spiders. Brief ... more details
 
9702 * Edwards, Florida's Fabulous Spiders

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More details. CATALOG OF THE SCORPIONS OF THE WORLD (1758 - 1998)
by Victor Fet, W. David Sissom, Graeme Lowe, & Matt E. Braunwalder
2000, 690 pages. This catalog of all known scorpions (extant as well as fossil) is a meticulously prepared taxonomic reference based on published scientific literature. It covers 17 families including subfamilies, genera, subgenera, species, and sub... more details
 
9146 * Fet, Catalog of the Scorpions of the World

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More details. BIOLOGY OF SPIDERS, third edition
by Rainer F. Foelix
2010, 432 pages, 283 b/w illustrations. This is one of the only books to treat the whole spider, from its behavior and physiology to its neurobiology and reproductive characteristics. It is considered a classic in spider literature. First published i... more details
 
9362D Foelix, Biology of Spiders, 3rd Edition

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More details. TARANTULAS & SCORPIONS IN CAPTIVITY
by Russ Gurley
2005, 102 pages, color photos throughout. In this book, successful keepers share their knowledge and expertise in the fast growing movement of keeping and breeding tarantulas and scorpions in captivity. Chapters provide information on housing, diet, ... more details
 
4136 Gurley, Tarantulas & Scorpions in Captivity

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More details. SPIDERS OF THE EASTERN UNITED STATES: A Photographic Guide
by W. Mike Howell & Ronald L. Jenkins
2004, 363 pages, color photos throughout. Fills the void for a photographic identification guide to commonly encountered eastern U.S. spiders. Although not a taxonomic key or scientific treatise, this welcome book contains a wealth of information no... more details
 
3747 Howell, Spiders of the Eastern U.S., A Photographic Guide

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More details. THE PRIVATE LIFE OF SPIDERS
by Paul Hillyard
2011, 160 pages, color photos throughout. With more than 100 different families and 40,000 individual species, spiders are among the most successful creatures on Earth. Highly adaptable, they live almost everywhere, from equatorial rainforest to Arc... more details
 
4118 Hillyard, The Private Life of Spiders

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