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TermParentFoelix Page
Herberstein Page
DefinitionReferences
OBO synonyms
taxon
usage synonyms
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clip silk threads21
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bite21
4
extend fangs21
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retract fangs21
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hold prey22
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mash prey with chelicera22, 49
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dig burrow with chelicera22
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carry egg case22
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carry prey22
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interlock chelicera with mating partner22
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stridulate with chelicera23
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spear (impale) prey with chelicera23
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touch prey with palps24
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probe environment with legs I25
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lift claws25
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lower claws25
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flex/raise pretarsus29Hill 2006
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probe substrate with tips of legs (chemosensation)36
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regurgitate digestive fluid49
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spit silk and glue53
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lift cheliera53
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rapid oscillation of fangs53
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brush off food particles with palps59
Zimmerman 1934
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drink (water)74
GO: drinking behavior
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running78
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exhaustion (?)78, 191
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capture prey with hairs of tar/mt of Leg I
86 (fig 4.3a caption)
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raise spikes on legs
86 (fig 4.3b caption)
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comb/manipulate silk threads with bristles of Leg IV during prey capture
87,86(fig 4.3c,d caption)
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comb cribellate silk87,
Foelix and Jung 1987
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grooming87Berland 1932
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air bubble in Argyroneta88
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juv grasp hair on mother/mother carry88
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brush/disperse urticating hairs88
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capture prey during jump90
Brittinger 1998
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raise front legs in defence90
Klarner and Barth 1982
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respond to vibrations in web95
Boys 1881, Barrows 1915
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respond to vibrations in water (Dolomedes)95
Bleckmann and Barth 1984
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retrace path after displacement95
Seyfarth and Barth 1972
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response to odor stimulus97
Peckham and Peckham 1887
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male response to female oder97
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males congregate ('flock') around female after last molt97
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locate water droplets99
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select environment with correct humidity99
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probe substrate/prey with tarsi100
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follow female trail101
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palp drumming101
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walk along female dragline101
Rovner 1968a, Dijkstra 1976
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contact inside of palps with dragline101Tietjen 1977
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search for females101
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stimulate male courtship101
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perceive polarized light102,106,107
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respond to small changes in light intensity102
Homann 1947
Aranius sexpunctatus
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build web at night102
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discriminate between conspecific and other males115
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learn path (return to retreat)128
Bartels 1929, Görner 1958
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integration of visual, kinesthetic cues129
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integration of gravity and web elasticity cues129
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estimate distance130
Seyfarth and Barth 1972, Dornfelt 1975
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landmark navigation131
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allothetic navigation131
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orient perpendicular to path of moving object131Land 1971
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respond to motion by shifting primary eyes131Land 1971
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integration of input from trichobothria and slit sensilla131
Hergnröder and Barth 1983a,b
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associative learning132
Bays 1962, Jakob et al. 2007
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learning to avoid ants132
Edwards and Jackson 1994
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short term memory effects132
LeGuelte 1969
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relocate previously captured prey on web132
Rodriguez and Gamboa 2000
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retain location of uncaptured prey133
Tarsitano and Jackson 1992, 1994
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remember' lost cocoon133
Peckham and Peckham 1887
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move spinnerets in conjunction with legs147
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move spinnerets147
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shift spinneret terminal area147
R. Peter 1967
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lift spinneret147
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lower spinneret147
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twist spinneret147
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synchronous spreading of spinnerets147
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comb silk form cribellum149
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comb with locked legs 4149
Gerhart and Kaestner 1938
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comb with leg 3 and opposite leg 4149
Eberhart 1998, Lopardo and Ramirez 2007
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webs built at night155
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cut (not cut) support thread156
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build retreat within frame web156
85
build retreat outside frame web156
86
camouflages retreat with plant and soil material156
Hensche and Jacque 1994
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build retreat tube156, ?
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primative web' = tubular with catching threads156
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(change) cross from one face of the web to the other159
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radial thread count160
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hide in retreat161
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reversal while laying down spiral161
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leg touch signal thread161
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plasticity in web design162
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add stabilmentum/decoration16266
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adorn web/stabilimentum with reminents of prey and shed skins
16269Neet (1990)
Nephila, Cyclosa
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hold legs in same orientation as stabilimentum162
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horizontal orientation of orb web164
99
cone-shaped orb (cage web)164
100
hind legs grasp radii/front legs pull on tension thread165
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