family Theridiidae

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: Theridiidae - a family of comb-footed spiders
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
comb-footed spider, theridiid - spider having a comb-like row of bristles on each hind foot
genus Latrodectus, Latrodectus - venomous spiders
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The genera of the spider family Theridiidae. Bulletin of The Museum of Comparative Zoology, 127(1), 1-100.
the family Theridiidae. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 20:91-99.
Most of specimens belonged to the family Theridiidae with 291 individuals (27.6%) including 237 juvenile, 41 female and 13 male, Thomisidae with 227 individuals (21.5%) including 157 juvenile, 53 female and 17 male, Salticidae with 187 individuals (17.7%) including 130 juvenile, 43 female and 14 male.
A Key and checklist of American spiders of the Family Theridiidae north of Mexico (Araneae).
Among the cobweb weavers (family Theridiidae), Theridion frondeum and Yunohamdla lyrica were the most abundant.
Seven introduced species in the family Theridiidae are well established in two or more of the five Great Lakes states.
Spiders of the family Theridiidae were only collected by sweeping vegetation (Table 2).
A critical review of family Theridiidae (Araneae) in Bulgaria.
New England spiders of the family Theridiidae. Trans Connecticut Acad Arts Sci 6:1-86.
Members of the family Theridiidae are "entelegyne" spiders, in that the female reproductive tract has a conduit morphology, with sperm leaving the storage organ to fertilize eggs through a different opening than that into which they were deposited (Foelix 1996).