Historical biogeography of mygalomorph
spiders from the peripampasic orogenic arc based on track analysis and PAE as a panbiogeographical tool.
In Central Europe, there are very few extreme shapes, as for example in ant-mimic spiders (Synageles Simon, 1876, Myrmarachne MacLeay, 1839) or the mygalomorph
Evolution of karyotype, sex chromosomes, and meiosis in mygalomorph
spiders (Araneae: Mygalomorphae).
(1988) A revision of the American Funnel-Web Mygalomorph
spider genus Euagrus (Araneae: Dipluridae).
A STATE RECORD FOR THE MYGALOMORPH
SPIDER SPHODROS ABBOTI (ARANEAE: ATYPIDAE) FROM BALDWIN CO., AL.
Systematics and natural history of the mygalomorph
spider genus Antrodiaetus and related genera (Araneae: Antrodiaetidae).
The arachnologists came to the conclusion this was a tarantula in the mygalomorph
The members of this genus, making their nests in burrows in the ground and provisioning them exclusively with mygalomorph
spiders (usually Theraphosidae, i.e., tarantulas), are found everywhere in the New World from the USA and West Indies to Chilean and Argentine Patagonia; in all habitats from rainforest to desert, and in the High Andes reaching altitudes of around 3,400m." (Fig.
Intraspecific interactions of araneomorph spiders have received considerable attention, but there are few detailed studies on intraspecific interactions of mygalomorph
spiders (Paz 1988, Jackson & Pollard 1990, Perez-Miles & Costa 1992).
spider bite: a report of 91 cases in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Notes on new and rare American Mygalomorph
Many deserts are inhabited by large tarantulas (mygalomorph
spiders, suborder Mygalomorphae) that live in burrows.