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Fossil Spiders (Araneae) in Cretaceous Burmese Amber

By: Joerg Wunderlich(Author), Patrick Müller(Author)
177 pages, 10 plates with 56 colour photos, 36 plates with b/w line drawings
Fossil Spiders (Araneae) in Cretaceous Burmese Amber
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This volume contains reflections on the origin on the orb web, on the evolution and the relationships of selected spiders (Araneae): the RTA-clade, the superfamily Leptonetoidea, as well as the orb-weaving spiders (Araneoidea and Deinopoidea), based on putative missing links found in cretaceous Burmese amber; plus descriptions of new taxa and notes on the spider fauna in Burmite.

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By: Joerg Wunderlich(Author), Patrick Müller(Author)
177 pages, 10 plates with 56 colour photos, 36 plates with b/w line drawings
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