VOL. 44 · NO. 1 | April 2016
 
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Invited Review
44(1), 1-14, (1 April 2016)https://doi.org/10.1636/V15-62.1
KEYWORDS: Damon, cannibalism, fitness, Heterophrynus, microhabitat preference, navigation, Paraphrynus, Phrynus, tailless whip scorpions, territoriality, Whip spiders
Featured Articles
44(1), 15-27, (1 April 2016)https://doi.org/10.1636/P15-45.1
KEYWORDS: food bodies, honeydew, nectar, nutritional ecology, plant-derived food, pollen
44(1), 28-35, (1 April 2016)https://doi.org/10.1636/P14-58.1
KEYWORDS: Web types, heterogeneity–biodiversity hypothesis, habitat structure, Konza, tallgrass prairie
44(1), 36-45, (1 April 2016)https://doi.org/10.1636/P15-19.1
KEYWORDS: Araneidae, biodiversity, Bioindicator, fragmentation, habitat loss, orb-weavers
44(1), 46-51, (1 April 2016)https://doi.org/10.1636/M15-46.1
KEYWORDS: coexistence, resource partitioning, spatial niche, body size, Lycosidae
44(1), 52-57, (1 April 2016)https://doi.org/10.1636/J15-58.1
KEYWORDS: synanthropy, urban entomology, urban pest
44(1), 58-64, (1 April 2016)https://doi.org/10.1636/J14-42.1
KEYWORDS: Homalonychids, Seasonality, winter-mature, winter-active, reproductive diapause
44(1), 65-75, (1 April 2016)https://doi.org/10.1636/Ha15-44.1
KEYWORDS: taxonomy, Laniatores, Sierra Madre Oriental
Short Communications
44(1), 83-84, (1 April 2016)https://doi.org/10.1636/J15-37.1
KEYWORDS: Opiliones, predation, black bears, Mexico
44(1), 85-87, (1 April 2016)https://doi.org/10.1636/M15-68.1
KEYWORDS: Arachnida, scorpions, asexual reproduction, postembryonic and embryonic development
44(1), 88-91, (1 April 2016)https://doi.org/10.1636/P14-22.1
KEYWORDS: Carpathian scorpion, habitat selection, potential distribution, overwintering ecology, temperate region
44(1), 92-95, (1 April 2016)https://doi.org/10.1636/J15-38.1
KEYWORDS: male behavior, chemical communication, mating behavior
44(1), 96-98, (1 April 2016)https://doi.org/10.1636/J15-57.1
KEYWORDS: Anelosimus vierae, sperm web building
44(1), 99-102, (1 April 2016)https://doi.org/10.1636/M15-51.1
KEYWORDS: allometry, sexual dimorphism, spiders, Mygalomorphae
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