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- Anelosimus is a cosmopolitan genus of cobweb spiders (Theridiidae), currently containing 74 species. Anelosimus is a key group in the study of sociality...
- Anelosimus eximius is a species of social spider in the genus Anelosimus, native to the Lesser Antilles and the area from Panama to Argentina. Colonies...
- Anelosimus biglebowski is a species of spider in the family Theridiidae. All specimens known have been found in the Udzungwa Scarp Forest Reserve, Mufindi...
- vervortii Anelosimus domingo Anelosimus eximius Anelosimus guacamayos Anelosimus oritoyacu Anelosimus puravida Anelosimus lorenzo Anelosimus rupununi Parasteatoda...
- individuals. Agnarsson, Ingi (2012). "A new phylogeny of Anelosimus and the placement and behavior of Anelosimus vierae n. sp. From Uruguay (Araneae: Theridiidae)"...
- shape of the embolus. The embolus looks similar to that of Anelosimus chonganicus and Anelosimus membranaceus: It forms a cork**** shape with fewer turns...
- Anelosimus buffoni is a species of tangle-web spiders in the Madagascar group of the genus Anelosimus. It is known only from Périnet Special Reserve,...
- research on spider silk, and on ****ual biology including ****ual cannibalism. Anelosimus spiders are also model organisms, used for the study of sociality, its...
- African spider are named after the film and main character: Anelosimus biglebowski and Anelosimus dude, both described in 2006. Additionally, an extinct Permian...
- in social insects. Anelosimus eximius (in the family Theridiidae) can form colonies of up to 50,000 individuals. The genus Anelosimus has a strong tendency...
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