American Museum of Natural History
This paper is concerned entirely with the members of the sub-family Theridiosomatinae, and is the third of a series with the above title (see Amer. Mus. Novitates, no. 1487 and no. 1502, 1951). The material on which the present study is based belongs largely to the collection in the American Museum of Natural History. Some material, especially that from the southern United States is in the collection of the author housed in the Alabama Museum of Natural History, University, Alabama. All the types and most of the paratypes are deposited in the American Museum of Natural History. The author again acknowledges his great indebtedness to the Department of Insects and Spiders of this institution and to the Council of the Scientific Staff for the grant enabling this study to be completed. Especial thanks are due to Dr. Willis J. Gertsch for counsel and encouragement given freely towards the completion of this study.
Archer, Allan F., "Studies in the Orbweaving Spiders (Argiopidae)" (1953). An. Paper 28.
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