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  1. Spiders, ticks and mites: Including the species harmful to man in Australia and New Guinea (Service publication) by F. H Taylor, 1946
  2. The comity of spiders (Publications - Ray Society, London) by W. S Bristowe, 1968
  3. The Itsy-Bitsy Spider -- 2000 publication by Winter, 2000
  4. Spider Bites - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-03-03
  5. The Amazing Spider-Man (Look and Find (Publications International)) by Publications International(Manufactured by), 2007-04
  6. The Amazing Spider-Man (LOOK AND FIND) by HOWARD BENDER, DWIGHT et al ZIMMERMAN, 2004
  7. The Eensy-Weensy Spider - 2002 publication by Mary Ann Hobrman, 2002
  8. Floridas Fabulous Spiders, 2002 publication by Ssm Msrshsll, 2002-01-01
  9. Spider divination in the Camerrons (Milwaukee Public Museum Publications in anthropology) by Paul Gebauer, 1964
  10. Spiders and Other Arachnids --2001 publication. by Steven Otfinoski, 2001
  11. Spiders -- 2007 publication by PrestonMafham, 2007
  12. Mini Look and Find 4-Pack: The Amazing Spider-Man
  13. By A Spiders Thread - 2005 publication. by Laura Lipman, 2005
  14. Spider Sense Spider-Man (Little Sound Book) by Editors of Publications International, Ltd., 2009-07-19

1. Spiders Publications
Atkinson, R. K. (1981). Comparisons of the neurotoxic activity of the venom of several species of funnel web spiders (Atrax). AustJ-Exp-Biol-Med-Sci 59 (Pt 3) 307-16.
Atkinson, R. K. (1981). "Comparisons of the neurotoxic activity of the venom of several species of funnel web spiders (Atrax)." Aust-J-Exp-Biol-Med-Sci (Pt 3): 307-16. Atkinson, R. K. (1981). "Naturally occurring inhibitors of the venom of funnel web spiders (Atrax species)." Aust-J-Exp-Biol-Med-Sci (Pt 3): 317-25. Atkinson, R. K. (1982). "The chemical nature of the funnel-web spider venom inhibitor found in rat plasma." Aust-J-Exp-Biol-Med-Sci (Pt 2): 191-202. Atkinson, R. K. (1986). "Some studies of the oedematogenic action of the venom of funnel-web spiders (Atrax species)." Aust-J-Exp-Biol-Med-Sci (Pt 5): 453-64. Atkinson, R. K. (1993). "A comparison of the toxicity of the venoms of twelve common Australian spider species on rodent vital organ systems." Comp-Biochem-Physiol-C Atkinson, R. K., D. J. Farrell, et al. (1995). "Evidence against the involvement of Mycobacterium ulcerans in most cases of necrotic arachnidism." Pathology Atkinson, R. K. and P. Walker (1985). "The effects of season of collection, feeding, maturation and gender on the potency of funnel-web spider (Atrax infensus) venom." Aust- J-Exp-Biol-Med-Sci (Pt 5): 555-61.

2. 09 - Newspaper Clippings - Natural History - Le Souëf Family Archives Guide To R
Newspaper Clippings on Natural History Insects, Spiders Publications This file contains newspaper clippings attached to tissue paper, relating to insects and
Series 09 - Newspaper Clippings - Natural History

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Date Range Quantity 56.1 cm, 17 files Provenance Description This series contains loose newspaper and magazine cuttings. This series consist of a number of articles taken from various sources (although not cited), relating to flora and fauna found in Australia and other parts of the world. Subjects include birds, reptiles, marine life, amphibians, moths and butterflies, insects, spiders, animals and plants. Most of the newspaper clippings are attached to tissue paper and some are numbered, dating back as far as 1895, however, the majority of the newspaper clippings date circa 1930s. It remains unclear who collected the newspaper clippings.
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Newspaper Clippings on Natural History - Birds
Publications - also see A033
This file contains newspaper, magazine and journal articles regarding bird life in Australia and overseas. Subjects include: habitat, species, predators, captivity, extinction, disease, breeding, death, migration, nesting sites, nesting times, bird export, sanctuaries, bowers, exhibitions, classification of birds, aviaries, bird distribution, experimentation, plumage. Articles are adhered to tissue paper and there are approximately 630 pages. Source and dates unknown. This file contains pages 9 to 147. Creator
Date range Quantity 3 cm, 1 file

3. Google Is Not Your Sugar Daddy: Tech News «
Google currently spiders publications to include them in its index. You seem to be saying that Google would continue to do so even if these publication requested Google to stop

4. Search - Australian Museum
Some commonly asked questions and interesting facts about spiders. Publications 1987. Lizard Island Publications 1987. Research Projects and Participants, 1999

5. Spiders - Australian Museum
Spiders are ancient animals with a history going back many millions of years. They have always been with us, an ancient source of fear and fascination. They are abundant and

6. References: B-C
Oklahoma Spiders. Publications of the Univ. Oklahoma, Biological Survey, 4 (1) 749, 6 fig. Banks N., R. E. Snodgrass, 1902. Papers from the Hepkins Stanford Galapagos
Catalogue Title Page List of Genera - names beginning with: A BC DEFG HIJKL ... TUVWXYZ References: Authors beginning with: A BC DEFG HIJKL ... TUVWXYZ Diagnostic Drawings [Diagnostic Drawings - Title Page] [List of Genera] [Comparison of Drawings] [Regional Keys to Genera] ... [Scanning Microphotographs] Muzeum i Instytut Zoologii PAN ul. Wilcza 64, 00-679 Warszawa POLAND Jerzy Proszynski CATALOGUE OF SALTICIDAE (ARANEAE) synthesis of quotations in the world literature since 1758 [Version December 2006] References: Authors beginning with B-C Bacelar A. 1953. Algumas aranhas de Mocambique. Archos Mus. Bocage 24: 1-19. Badcock H. D. 1918. Antlike Spiders from Malaya, collected by the Annandale-Robinson Expedition 1901-02. Proc. zool. Soc. Lond., 1917: 277-321, fig. Badcock H. D. 1932. Reports of an Expedition to Paraguay and Brazil in 1926-1927, supported by the Trustes of the Percy Sladen Memorial Found and the Executive Committee of the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland. Arachnida from the Paraguayan Chaco. Journ. Linn. Soc. Lond., 38: 1-48, 30 fig. Baert L. 1987.

7. Oklahoma Biological Survey Publications
Early publications by the Oklahoma Biological Survey. When the Survey was established in 1927, plans were made to publish the complete
Early publications by the Oklahoma Biological Survey When the Survey was established in 1927, plans were made to publish the complete investigations of the Survey in the form of quarterly publications. The following publications were produced:
  • Richards, A. 1929. The Tentative Program of the University of Oklahoma Biological Survey. Publ. Univ. Okla. Biol. Survey 1:9-13. Hubbs, C.L., and A.I. Ortenburger. 1929. Further Notes on The Fishes of Oklahoma with descriptions of new species of Cyprinidae. Publ. Univ. Okla. Biol. Surv. 1:17-43. Hubbs, C.L., and A.I. Ortenburger. 1929. Fishes Collected in Oklahoma and Arkansas in 1927. Publ. Univ. Okla. Biol. Surv. 1:47-112. Hatch, M.H., and A.I. Ortenburger. 1930. Records and new species of Coleoptera from Oklahoma. Publ. Univ. Okla. Biol. Surv. 2:7-14. Hatch, M.H. 1930. Records and new species of Coleoptera from Oklahoma and western Arkansas with subsidiary studies. Publ. Univ. Okla. Biol. Surv. 2:15-26.

8. The Project Gutenberg EBook Of New West Indian Spiders, By Nathan Banks.
The Project Gutenberg EBook of New West Indian Spiders, by Nathan Banks This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
The Project Gutenberg EBook of New West Indian Spiders, by Nathan Banks This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: New West Indian Spiders Bulletin of the AMNH, Vol. XXXIII, Art. XLI, pp. 639-642 Author: Nathan Banks Release Date: September 5, 2010 [EBook #33650] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK NEW WEST INDIAN SPIDERS *** Produced by Larry B. Harrison, Josephine Paolucci and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at
New West Indian Spiders.
By Nathan Banks.
Vol. XXXIII, Art. XLI , pp. 639-642.
New York, November 21, 1914.
[Pg 639]
By Nathan Banks. The following new species were found in the course of an examination of material in the American Museum of Natural History collected by Dr. F. E. Lutz and Mr. Charles W. Leng in Cuba and by Dr. Lutz in Porto Rico. The types are in that institution. n. sp.

9. Oklahoma Biological Survey Publications
Oklahoma Biological Survey; contains scientific research articles of importance to Oklahoma or performed by Oklahomans.
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Volume 10 Number 1 Volume 9 Number 1 Volume 8 Number 1 Volume 7 Number 1 Volume 6 Number 1 Volume 5 Number 1 Number 2 Number 3 Number 4 Volume 4 Number 1 Number 2 Volume 3 Number 1 Number 2 Number 3 Number 4 Volume 2 Number 1 Number 2 Number 3 Number 4 Volume 1 Number 1 Number 2 Number 3 Volume 10 Number 1 April 21, 2010 Photographic Evidence of a Western Meadowlark Attacking and Killing a Deermouse By Daniel J. O'Donnell, and Mark J. Dreiling pp. 1-3 Volume 9 Number 1 September 25, 2009 Nest Monitoring, Point Counts, and Habitat of Tallgrass Prairie Breeding Birds of Northeastern Oklahoma, 1992-1996 By Dan L. Reinking, Donald H. Wolfe, and Steve K. Sherrod pp. 1-12 Occurrence of the Invasive Diatom Didymosphenia geminata in Southeast Oklahoma By Elizabeth A. Bergey, Joshua T. Cooper, and Curtis R. Tackett pp. 13-15 Volume 8 Number 1 December, 2007 Phenology and New County Records of Odonata of Northeastern Oklahoma By Brenda D. Smith-Patten, Michael A. Patten, Mark J. Dreiling, and John Fisher pp. 1-13

10. Memoirs From Nam
CJ Heck, Barking Spiders Publications. Simple template. Template images by richcano. Powered by Blogger.
Memoirs from Nam
"Sharing our stories can be a way of healing. Grief and loss
may isolate us, anger alienates us. Shared with others,
emotions are uniting, as we see that we are not alone,
and we realize others weep with us." ~Susan Wittig Albert
No matter when you served, show your support.
Follow Memoirs From Nam. Thank you. ~CJ
Welcome Home
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
To Friendship
When I found this in my mailbox, it made me laugh and it made me feel good because it came from a very good friend. Naturally, I thought about all of you. I hope it brings a smile and brightens your day. ~CJ
Friendship ~ None of that Sissy Shit!
Are you tired of those sissy 'friendship' poems that always sound good, but never actually come close to reality? Well, here is a series of promises that actually speak of true friendship. You will see no cute little smiley faces here ~ just the stone cold truth of our great and growing friendship.
When you're sad ~ I'll help you get drunk and plot revenge against the sorry bastard who made you sad.
When you're blue ~ I will try to dislodge whatever is choking you.

11. Oklahoma Biological Survey - Main Page
Conducts research on the state's animal and plant communities. Information about natural areas, inventories of the state's flora and fauna, rare species database, summaries of
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The Oklahoma Biological Survey is both a research unit of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Oklahoma and a state office. Our purpose is to gather, analyze and disseminate information regarding animal and plant forms and ecological communities within the state and associated geographical areas. In addition to scholarly research and publication, we provide information to citizens, organizations, businesses, and agencies concerning Oklahoma's biota, and we assist in the protection and preservation of the natural heritage of Oklahoma. Our faculty and staff also teach and provide hands-on training to students at the University. Oklahoma Biological Survey
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12. Bibliography Arranged By Author
Oklahoma spiders. Publications of the University of Oklahoma Biological Survey 4 349. Banta, B. H., and Marer, P. J. 1972. An attack by a solpugid on an iguanid lizard hatchling
The Arachnid Order Solifugae
Bibliography Arranged by Author
I. SOLIFUGAE: BIBLIOGRAPHY ARRANGED BY AUTHOR To locate a copy of any of the books or journals listed below, you may wish to utilize the search engines of the libraries listed in the following websites:
If you can suggest other on-line library catalogs to add to the above list, please do so. As always, additions and emendations to the bibliography are also welcome. Simply e-mail them to me at: Abendroth , E. R. 1868. Über Morphologie und Verwandtschaftsverhältnisse der Arachniden. 64 pp.
Translated title: On morphology and relationship-circumstances of the arachnids.
Author: Ernst Robert Abendroth
Published: Leipzig, 1868.
Library of Congress Call No.: QL459.A24 w Adis , J. and Harvey , M.S. 2000. How many Arachnida and Myriapoda are there world-wide and in Amazonia? Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment w Alberti , G. 1979. Licht- und electronenmikroskopishe untersuchungen an coxaldrüsen von walzenspinnen (Arachnida, Solifugae).

Gustavo Hormiga, Department of Biological Sciences The George Washington University Washington, D.C. 20052
The Hormiga Laboratory
Gustavo Hormiga, Department of Biological Sciences
The George Washington University - Washington, D.C. 20052

14. ABL's Brief Bibliography For Webmasters
June 19, 2001. Brief Bibliography for Webmasters. A highly selective list, covering different basic areas of webmastering. General. The NonDesigner's Design Book
June 19, 2001 Brief Bibliography for Webmasters A highly selective list, covering different basic areas of webmastering General The Non-Designer's Design Book
by Robin Williams
2nd edition (September 8, 2000)
Peachpit Press; ISBN: 0201710382
An excellent book for newbies and experts on what's involved in designing a Web site.
Web Design in a Nutshell : A Desktop Quick Reference
Jennifer Niederst and Richard Koman
Paperback - 580 pages 1st edition (December 1998)
More thorough then the above. My favorite general web reference book, though it's getting a bit dated. CSS Cascading Style Sheets: Designing for the Web
Hakon Wium Lie, Bert Bos, Robert Cailliau
Paperback - 396 pages 2nd edition (July 2, 1999) Addison-Wesley Pub Co; ISBN: 0201596253 ; $39.95 Dreamweaver Dreamweaver 4 Hands-on Training with CD-ROM Lynda Weinman, Garo Green Paperback, 650pp. Peachpit Press , 6/15/2001: ISBN: 0201741334 Weinman's Dreamweaver 3 book was first rate fast and thorough and now her book for version 4 is out.

Gustavo Hormiga Department of Biological Sciences The George Washington University Washington, D.C. 20052 Gonzalo Giribet Departments of Organismic Evolutionary
The Hormiga Laboratory
Gustavo Hormiga
Department of Biological Sciences

The George Washington University
Washington, D.C. 20052
Gonzalo Giribet
Harvard University
Cambridge, MA 02138

16. Richmond Spiders 2008 Richmond Football Guide
2008 Richmond Football Guide Expanded to 132 pages to capture all the memorable scenes of last year's recordshattering season, the 2008 Richmond Football Guide is a must

17. Human Pest Insects
Human Pest Insects Subtopics. Biting and Stinging Insects; Bloodsucking Insects; Household and Structural Pests; Lovebugs; Midges; Venomous Spiders; Publications

18. UCR Spiders Site: Daddy Long Legs Myth
Current page is Daddy Long Legs; Hobo Spiders; Publications; Brown Recluses; Brown Widow Spiders; Internet Hoax; Arthopod Bites and Stings 'Deadly' Banana Spider or not
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    Hobo Spiders Publications Brown Recluses Brown Widow Spiders ... Hobo Spider Article
    Have you heard this one?
    Daddy-Longlegs are one of the most poisonous spiders, but their fangs are too short to bite humans This tale has been lurking around for years. I have heard it repeatedly in the United States and even heard a schoolteacher misinforming her class at a museum in Brisbane, Australia. This is incorrect, but to clarify it, several points need to be explained first.
    The animals
    Most folks who retell this tale have no idea that they are referring to two completely separate groups of animals: "daddy-longlegs" and "daddy-longlegs spiders". In the animal class Arachnida, there are several lower level divisions called Orders. Scorpions are in the Order Scorpiones, spiders are in the Order Araneae, ticks and mites are in the Order Acari. The creatures most correctly called daddy-longlegs are in their own separate Order which is Opiliones. Common names for this Order are 1) daddy-longlegs, 2) harvestmen and 3) opilionids. They are characterized by having one basic body segment which shows segmentation on the posterior portion, at most 2 eyes and all 8 legs attach to the pill-like body segment. They are usually found under logs and rocks, prefer moist habitat although they can be found in the desert, often have long flexible legs (in the temperate Northern hemisphere but there are also short-legged daddy-longlegs) and they do not produce silk so therefore they are never found in webs unless they are being eaten by spiders. Because they are found under logs and other stuff which people most often are not turning over, most folks don't run into daddy-longlegs very often.

19. UCR Spiders Site: Home
Daddy Long Legs; Hobo Spiders; Publications; Brown Recluses; Brown Widow Spiders; Internet Hoax; Arthopod Bites and Stings 'Deadly' Banana Spider or not
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20. Household Spiders
Venomous Spiders; Publications. Spiders ; Common Florida Spiders ; Common House Spider, Achaearanea tepidariorum (C. L. Koch) (Arachnida Araneae Theridiidae)

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