|Spiders and S Guide - Resources and Review
|Collection of tarantula images with information about the origin, habitat, and appearance of each. Species shown include the Brazilian Black, Chilean Rose, Giant Vinegaroon, Indian Ornamental, King Baboon, and Pink Toe.|| |
|The purpose of the BAS is public education in the study of spiders, pseudoscorpions, and harvestmen and to maintain contact between amateur and professional arachnologists. Includes details of spider recording scheme, pictures, and information about some common British spiders.|| |
|National museum which aims to increase understanding of, and influence public debate on, the natural environment, human societies and human interaction with the environment. Online displays include selections from Nature Australia magazine, Sea Slug Forum, Ichthyology Fish Type Specimen Database, spiders, and information and images on Sydney's endangered landsnail species.|| |
|The study of arachnids (spiders and their relatives), Acari, Amblypygi, Araneae, Opiliones, Palpigradi, Pseudoscorpiones, Ricinulei, Schizomida, Scorpiones, Solifugae, Uropygi (Thelyphonida). Includes arachnids by order, information for younger children, lists of courses, educational projects, museum and zoo exhibits, information on poison, bites, diseases and pests, arachnophobia and pictures.|| |
|Set of links to Internet resources relevant to spiders. Headings include biology, management, common species, identification, taxonomy and Tarantulas.|| |
|Guide to the protocols for monitoring arthropods in terrestrial ecosystems, including the techniques of pitfall traps, branch clipping, and suspended soil samples.|| |
|Information about, and images of, many insects that are indigenous to South Africa, including beetles, the silkworm, and spiders. Resources cover spider bites, the relationship between certain butterflies and ants, and garden insects found in Cape Town.|| |
|Information on home and garden spiders of south|
east Queensland with details of features, habitat, range, likelihood of biting, and appropriate treatments. A special section on the Redback Spider is also provided, along with a searchable database that enables spiders to be identified according to the shape of their webs.
|Set of links to Internet resources relevant to arthropods, with links to several checklists of species.|| |
|Image archive of spiders found in Britain and Europe. The data provided deals with spider families, such as Araneidae and Pholcidae, as well as specific species belonging to each particular family, along with information about their habitats, web types and reproduction habits.|| |
|Over 100 pictures of over 70 common spiders found in north|
west Europe. All photographed spiders have a short description about their habitat, size and other interesting facts. Includes common spider information, the anatomy of a spider, list of spider families, genera and species from north-west Europe by name.