araneid

araneid

(əˈreɪnɪɪd)
n
(Zoology) any of numerous arachnids constituting the order Araneae (or Araneida), which comprises the spiders
[C19: from New Latin Araneida, from Latin arānea spider]
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Occurrence and distribution of araneid fauna trapped from cotton fields of District Faisalabad, Pakistan.
Keys to the Genera of Araneid Orb-weavers (Araneae, Araneidae) of the Americas.
It was observed the presence of webs of araneid Alpaida versicolor (Keyserling, 1877) very close to the webs of L.
Spiders from families Uloboridae, Oecobiidae, and Theridiidae also have sclerites between the tegulum and the base of the embolus (Blauvelt, 1936; Baum, 1972), but Coddington (1990) considered none of these structures homologous to the araneid radix.
Data (mean+-SD) for the consumption of insect pests of cotton by different predatory Araneid fauna
Description of two new species of Araneid spiders from Pakistan.
The evolution of courtship systems in tropical araneid spiders.
Keys to the genera of araneid orbweavers (Araneae, Araneidae) of the Americas.
Some Aspects of Energy Transfer Between the Organ-Pipe Mud-Dauber Trypoxylon politum and Its Araneid Spider Prey.
Adult araneid males leave their webs to search for females, thereby reducing their exposure to predators that might use the web as a visual sign for approximation (Gonzaga and Vascocellos-Neto, 2005; Polidori et al.