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Helsdingen, P.J. van (2011)

Spiders in a hostile world (Arachnoidea, Araneae)
Heft 40, 55-64  download PDF    DOI: 10.5431/aramit4007
Keywords: aggressive mimicry, araneophagy, cannibalism, kleptoparasitism, parasitoid

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