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Israel Journal of Zoology
  Issue:  Volume 46, Number 4 / 2000
  Pages:  297 - 303
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A STUDY OF EGG PRODUCTION IN THREE SPECIES OF WOLF SPIDERS (ARANEAE, LYCOSIDAE), PARDOSA AMENTATA,P. PALUSTRIS, AND P. PULLATA IN THE FIELD

ABDULLAH BAYRAM A1

A1 Department of Biology, Faculty of Science and Literature, University of Kirikkale, Turkey

Abstract:

Egg production by three species of Pardosa was studied over a 3-year period in a grassland, a fallow field, and a meadow in Northumberland (England).Differences in egg production were found to be related to the size of the female spiders and habitat structures. Influence of localities and egg production in subsequent years are discussed.


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