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Spiders of India

Field / Identification Guide World / Checklist
By: PA Sebastian(Editor), KV Peter(Editor), Jean-Pierre Maelfait(Foreword By)
710 pages, 96 plates with 169 colour photos and 1 colour illustration; 82 b/w line drawings
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The first part of this excellent reference looks at the morphology and anatomy of spiders, as well as systematics and evolution. The second part provides detailed descriptions of selected species. Spiders of India also contains, importantly, a decisive and updated checklist of the 1520 spiders which have been described from India. It is richly illustrated with line drawings and diagrams, and more than 150 colour photographs, many documented for the first time.

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Field / Identification Guide World / Checklist
By: PA Sebastian(Editor), KV Peter(Editor), Jean-Pierre Maelfait(Foreword By)
710 pages, 96 plates with 169 colour photos and 1 colour illustration; 82 b/w line drawings
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