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Synonyms for orb-weaver

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Voight's team also examined gene transcripts from different orb-weaver silk glands and in each case found transcripts belonging to more than one spidroin class, suggesting that these glands are not strictly specialized for producing one type of silk.
Another discovery made by the team was that of 649 genes that are likely not spidroins but were highly expressed in silk glands of the orb-weaver.
The Orb-Weaver genus Mecynogea, The Subfamily Metinae and the Genera Pachygnatha, Glenognatha and Azilia of the Subfamily Tetragnathinae north of Mexico (Araneae: Araneidae).
The ravilla group of the orb-weaver genus Eriophora in North America (Araneae: Araneidae).
Tropical orb-weaver spiders are known to spin huge webs that stretch more than 18ft across and are capable of snaring small birds and bats.
Tropical orb-weaver spiders are known to spin huge webs that stretch more than 18ft across that are capable of snaring other insects, small birds and bats.
Foraging strategies of Eriophora transmarina and Nephila plumipes (Araneae): nocturnal and diurnal orb-weaver spiders.
Not so for a golden orb-weaver in Atheron, Australia: It nabbed a bird in a stealth attack.
Spiders of the Orb-weaver genus Parawixia in America (Araneae: Araneidae).
At the Archbold Biological Station this orb-weaver occurs in scrubby flatwoods along with A.
Both modern orb-weaver spiders and comb-footed spiders spin this type of silk.
IT'S A STEAMY 80 DEGREES IN CHRISTOPHER VINEY'S LAB, in deference to Tiny, a six-inch-long golden orb-weaver spider (Nephila clavipes), who is now flipped on her back, dining on crickets while being silked.
The orb-weaver genus Neoscona in North America (Araneae: Araneidae).
Their investigation of metabolic rates in mating success in golden orb-weaver spiders found the mating winners of size-matched contests had more mitochondria to produce energy.
Orb-weaver abundance in three forested communities in the southern Appalachian Mountains of South Carolina.