Terrestrial Arthropods of Northwest Florida Salt Marshes: Araneae and Pseudoscorpiones (Arachnida)
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A description of the species of arachnids inhabiting various vegetational zones in northwest Florida salt marshes is presented. Data on qualitative abundance, habitat preference, and seasonality are given for each of 47 species collected during the 15-month study. Sergiolus ocellatus (Walck.) (Gnaphosidae) is reported from Florida for the first time, and the collection of Misumenops bellulus (Banks) (Thomisidae) is a northernmost record for the state. A new genus and species of pseudoscorpion is also reported.
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The Florida Entomologist, v. 66, issue 4, p. 497-503
Scholar Commons Citation
Rey, Jorge R. and McCoy, Earl D., "Terrestrial Arthropods of Northwest Florida Salt Marshes: Araneae and Pseudoscorpiones (Arachnida)" (1983). Integrative Biology Faculty and Staff Publications. 243.