The spatial distribution of 113 individuals from the species Meta menardi Latr. (Argiopidae) divided in 10 different populations living in 8 Belgian caves has been studied. A grouping test and the calculation of R according to Clark et Evans (1954), based on the measurement of the distance to the nearest neighbour, have been used. Results show that the individuals are distributed at random inside their biotope.
Tercafs, R. R..
Biométrie spatiale dans l'écosystème souterrain: répartition de Meta menardi Latr. (Argiopidae).
International Journal of Speleology,
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