Animal Behaviour

CARDUCCI, J. P. & JAKOB, E. M. (2000)

    Rearing environment affects behaviour of jumping spiders. Animal Behaviour 59: 39-46

CLARK, D. L. & UETZ, G. W. (1990)

    Video image recognition by jumping spider, Maevia inclemens (Araneae: Salticidae). Animal Behaviour 40: 884-890

CLARK, D. L. & UETZ, G. W. (1992)

    Morph-independent mate selection in a dimorphic jumping spider: demonstration of movement bias in female choice using video-controlled courtship behaviour. Animal Behaviour 43: 247-254

ELIAS, D. O., HEBETS, E. A., HOY, R. R. & MASON, A. C. (2005)

    Seismic signals are crucial for male mating success in a visual specialist jumping spider (Araneae: Salticidae). Animal Behaviour 69: 931-938

FABER, D. B. & BAYLIS, R. (1993)

    Effects of body size on agonistic encounters between male jumping spiders (Araneae: Saticidae). Animal Behaviour 45: 289-299

HOEFLER, C. D. & JAKOB, E. M. (2006)

    Jumping spiders in space: movement patterns, nest site fidelity and the use of beacons. Animal Behaviour 71: 109-116

ROVNER, J. S. (1989)

    Wolf spiders lack mirror-image responsiveness seen in jumping spiders. Animal Behaviour 38: 526-533

TAYLOR, P. W. & JACKSON, R. R. (2003)

    Interacting effects of size and prior injury in jumping spider conflicts. Animal Behaviour 65: 787-794

WELLS, M. (1988)

    Effects of body size and resource value on fighting behaviour in a jumping spider. Animal Behaviour 36: 321-326

WILCOX, R. S., JACKSON, R. R. & GENTILE, K. (1996)

    Spiderweb smokescreens: spider trickster uses backround noisse to mask stalking movements. Animal Behaviour 51: 313-326