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A Comparison of the Spider Fauna of Four Different Plant Communities Found in Neotoma, a Small Valley in South Central Ohio

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Title: A Comparison of the Spider Fauna of Four Different Plant Communities Found in Neotoma, a Small Valley in South Central Ohio
Creators: Cannon, Stephanie Swartzel
Issue Date: 1965-05
Citation: The Ohio Journal of Science. v65 n3 (May, 1965), 97-109
Abstract: The aerial spider fauna of the Mixed Mesophytic forest community was more abundant and more varied than those of the Mixed Oak and Chestnut Oak forest communities studied although all were similar in composition. A study of the leaf litter showed the spider populations to be similar in numbers and species present in all three forest communities. The aerial fauna of the Old Field community studied was as abundant, but less varied than the Mixed Mesophytic. The Old Field community fauna was distinct from that of the forest communities.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/5068
ISSN: 0030-0950
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