The Spider Fauna of Alfalfa Fields in Northern California

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Abstract:

Thirty-six species of spiders (Araneida) were collected by various methods in representative alfalfa fields in Northern California, June 1971 through October 1973. The most abundant species was Pardosa ramulosa McCook (Lycosidae), which comprised ca. 60% of the 14,522 specimens collected with the D-VacĀ®. Other abundant species were Erigone dentosa O. Picard-Cambridge and Collinsia plumosa (Emerton) (Erigonidae) and Linyphantes aeronauticus (Petrunkevitch) (Linyphiidae).

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 15, 1974

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  • Annals of the Entomological Society of America is published in January, March, May, July, September, and November. Annals especially invites submission of manuscripts that integrate different areas of insect biology, and address issues that are likely to be of broad relevance to entomologists. Articles also report on basic aspects of the biology of arthropods, divided into categories by subject matter: systematics; ecology and population biology; arthropod biology; arthropods in relation to plant diseases; conservation biology and biodiversity; physiology, biochemistry, and toxicology; morphology, histology, and fine structure; genetics; and behavior.
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