Natural history of Ctenus medius Keyserling, 1891 (Aranae, Ctenidae) II: life cycle and aspects of reproductive behavior under laboratory conditions

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E. FOLLY-RAMOS; C. E. ALMEIDA; M. CARMO-SILVA; J. COSTA;
  • Publisher: Instituto Internacional de Ecologia
  • Journal: Brazilian Journal of Biology (issn: 1678-4375, eissn: 1678-4375)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1590/S1519-69842002000500007
  • Subject: Q | Ctenus medius | Science | Botany | QL1-991 | QK1-989 | bionomic studies | Biology (General) | Zoology | QH301-705.5

Ctenus medius Keyserling, 1891 is a wandering spider common in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. It has been the subject of few studies. Thus, this work aims to elucidate aspects of its natural history, such as the life cycle and reproductive behavior of this species, thro... View more
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