A Study of Wolf Spider Ecology in Grand County, Utah (Lycosidae: Araneae)
The Southwestern Naturalist
The author correlates the results of a twenty-one day pitfall trap program, where wolf spiders were trapped from the various habitats of the Moab area, Utah. Species partitioning and biotic associations are discussed for the six species found in the study area. A seemingly habitat restricted color variation of Pardosa sternalis (Thorell) is described.
Bixler, David E., "A Study of Wolf Spider Ecology in Grand County, Utah (Lycosidae: Araneae)" (1970). Canyonlands Research Bibliography. Paper 157.