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Behaviour and ecology of spiders: contributions from the neotropical region / Carmen Viera, Marcelo O. Gonzaga, editors

Viera, Carmen [editora] | Gonzaga, Marcelo O [editor].
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  Libro impreso(a) y electrónico Editor: Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG, c2017Descripción: xvii, 437 páginas : fotografías, ilustraciones, mapas, retratos ; 24 centímetros.ISBN: 9783319657165.Tema(s): Arañas | Conducta animal | Ecología animalFormatos físicos adicionales: Behaviour and ecology of spiders: contributions from the neotropical regionClasificación: 595.44 / B4 Nota de acceso: Disponible para usuarios de ECOSUR con su clave de acceso Nota de bibliografía: Incluye bibliografía Número de sistema: 59700Contenidos:Mostrar Resumen:
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Within the last few decades, arachnology in the Neotropical region has experienced a great development filling the knowledge gap in one of the most diverse regions of the world. Nevertheless, large geographical areas remain poorly sampled, especially within the Amazon, and new genera and species have been continuously discovered, even in urban areas. In congruence with the recent improvements in research, several aspects of the ecology, behaviour and natural history of spiders, such as interactions with other predators and parasitoids, social interactions, dispersal patterns, habitat requirements, mating behaviors, among others, are being carefully investigated. These recent contributions incorporate substantial information on the preexisting knowledge on these subjects every year. Our main objective with this book is to present a summary on these new researches and on the currently knowledge on the main subjects involved in the general theme, emphasizing the contribution of the rich fauna of the Neotropical region to the research of behaviour and ecology of the spiders.

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1 Curves, Maps and Hotspots: The Diversity and Distribution of Araneomorph Spiders in the Neotropics.. 2 Behavior and Biology of Mygalomorphae.. 3 Neotropical Arachnological Collections: Basic Tools for the Development of Spider.. 4 Habitat Selection and Dispersal.. 5 Dispersal Strategies, Genetic Diversity, and Distribution of Two Wolf Spiders (Araneae, Lycosidae: Potential Bio-Indicators of Ecosystem Health of Coastal Dune Habitats of South America.. 6 Webs: Diversity, Structure and Function.. 7 Spider-Plant Interactions: An Ecological Approach.. 8 Spiders as Plant Partners: Complementing Ant Services to Plants with Extrafloral Nectaries.. 9 Foraging Strategies of Cursorial and Ambush Spiders.. 10 Trophic Niches and Trophic Adaptations of Prey-Specialized Spiders from the Neotropics: A Guide.. 11 Spiders Associated with Agroecosystems: Roles and Perspectives.. 12 Sexual Selection in Neotropical Spiders: Examples from Selected Groups.. 13 Parental Care and Sociality.. 14 Plasticity and Cognition in Spiders.. 15 Anti-Predator Strategies.. 16 Host Behavioural Manipulation of Spiders by Ichneumonid Wasps

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Within the last few decades, arachnology in the Neotropical region has experienced a great development filling the knowledge gap in one of the most diverse regions of the world. Nevertheless, large geographical areas remain poorly sampled, especially within the Amazon, and new genera and species have been continuously discovered, even in urban areas. In congruence with the recent improvements in research, several aspects of the ecology, behaviour and natural history of spiders, such as interactions with other predators and parasitoids, social interactions, dispersal patterns, habitat requirements, mating behaviors, among others, are being carefully investigated. These recent contributions incorporate substantial information on the preexisting knowledge on these subjects every year. Our main objective with this book is to present a summary on these new researches and on the currently knowledge on the main subjects involved in the general theme, emphasizing the contribution of the rich fauna of the Neotropical region to the research of behaviour and ecology of the spiders. eng

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