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Termis_apart_ofFoelix Page
Herberstein Page
DefinitionReferences
OBO synonyms
taxonusage synonyms
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bite21
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bite male rival377
Whitehouse 1991
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bite prey204, 209313
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envenomate prey by biting12
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lunge and bite301Portia
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briefly bite extremities214
Ero (Mimetidae)
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bite at base of prey antenna214
Callilepis nocturna
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bite joints of molting host370
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clip silk threads21
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cut (not cut) support thread156
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extend fangs21
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extending and elevating first legs from water surface7Suter 1999b
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extend chelicerae250, fig 7.30b
Rovner 1968b
Linyphia trangularis
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extend front legs perpendicularly from body250, fig 7.30b
Rovner 1968b
Linyphia trangularis
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extend one front legfig 7.29aAspey 1975
Schizocosa crassipes
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extend forelegs to parallel position243
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stretch first leg, raised and lowered238
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thrust with third legs (torsion and extension)195
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thrust with fourth legs (extension)195
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thrust with both195
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retract fangs21
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hold prey22
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seize prey with front legs185
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grab prey with front legs213Mastophora
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grasp prey204, 209
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grasp prey with front legs204
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grasp prey with chelicerae209
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grip radial threads with tarsal claw6
web-building spiders'
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hold female dragline between palps240
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hold prey with chelicerae until prey weakens
wait for prey to weaken
208
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hold prey in air, supported only by chelicera204
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mash prey with chelicera22, 49
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crush prey with coxae of palps (=maxillae)34
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crush and chew prey12
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use maxillae for chewing12
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dig burrow with chelicera22
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dig burrows in soil58
liphistiids, mygalomorphs
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carry egg case22
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carry egg sac by female in chelicerae236
Pisaura mirabilis
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carry cocoon in chelicerae259Pisauridae
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carry egg sac with mouthparts11
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carry eggs in mouth45
Scytodes pallida
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carry young on back12
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carry egg sac with spinnerets25511wolf spiders'
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attach egg sac to spinnerets255wolf spiders'
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carry prey22
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carry prey to young324
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transportation of prey to communal retreat320
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transport the prey to the hub209
Araneus didematus
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carry prey to safe place (web hub or retreat)207, 208
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carry prey with chelicerae209
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carry prey with fourth legs209
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interlock chelicera with mating partner22
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stridulate with chelicera23
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stridulation146
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stridulation used in courtship315
Gwinner-Hanke 1970
Steatoda bipunctata
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stridulation used in agonistic encounters by dominant male315
Gwinner-Hanke 1970
Steatoda bipunctata
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stridulation used in defensive behavior317
large tarantulas'
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stridulate using pedipalps244
Edwards 1981
Phidippus mystaceus
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stridulation in joint of palp as part of palpal drumming238
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spear (impale) prey with chelicera23
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touch prey with palps24
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palps contact female drag line135
Cupiennius salei
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probe environment with legs I25, 198first legs used as feelers
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probe substrate with tips of legs (chemosensation)36
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touch female243
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contact antenna of prey (ant) with front legs214Heller 1976
Callilepis nocturna
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touch prey with front legs and palps209
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leg touch signal thread161
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contact inside of palps with dragline101Tietjen 1977
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probe substrate/prey with tarsi100
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lift claws25
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lower claws25
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flex/raise pretarsus29Hill 2006
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spit silk and glue53
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spit venom on prey12
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spray sticky gum on prey and potential predators45Scytodes
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lift cheliera53
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raise front legs in defence90
Klarner and Barth 1982
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raise front legsleg raise243
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raise front legs and opisthosoma252
Nossek and Rovner 1984
Wolf spiders'
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leg raise153
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rapid oscillation of fangs53
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brush off food particles with palps59
Zimmerman 1934
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grooming87Berland 1932
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drink (water)74
GO: drinking behavior
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running78
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run with pauses190
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running on a thread192
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run on sheet web194Fröhlich 1978
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exhaustion (?)78, 191
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capture prey with hairs of tar/mt of Leg I
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raise spikes on legs
86 (fig 4.3b caption)
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erection of leg spines246
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comb/manipulate silk threads with bristles of Leg IV during prey capture
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comb cribellate silk87,
Foelix and Jung 1987
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