Wetter, M.B., B. Wernisch & S. Toft (2012)

Tests for attraction to prey and predator avoidance by chemical cues in spiders of the beech forest floor
Heft 43, 84-89  download PDF    DOI: 10.5431/aramit4308
Keywords: Anti-predatory response, Araneae, cannibalism, IGP, Lycosidae, prey detection

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