Catley, Kefyn

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Developing a predictive model of the autecology of the spruce-fir moss spider, Microhexura montivaga Crosby and Bishop 1925 (Araneae: Dipluridae) 2014 1076 The spruce-fir moss spider (Microhexura montivaga) is a federally endangered species of spider found only in the high-elevation Southern Appalachian spruce-fir forests on North-facing slopes underneath moss mats. Despite this fact, little is known ab...
Molecular phylogenetics of Amblycorypha (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae): a molecular morphometric and molecular taxonomic approach 2018 739 Genus Amblycorypha (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) is comprised of 14 nominal species exhibitinghighly similar morphologies. Three major morphologically similar species complexes exist in Amblycorypha – the uhleri, oblongifolia, and rotundifolia complexe...
Factors affecting dispersal and web tenacity in the lampshade spider, Hypochilus pococki Platinick (Araneae: Hypochilidae) 2012 2137 The ability of a species to disperse is a key component in maintaining gene flow and therefore genetic diversity between populations. Dispersal in the lampshade spider Hypochilus, may be adversely affected by their extreme habitat specialization, r...
Evidence of kin-specific communication in a temperate, subsocial spider Anelosimus studiosus (Araneae, Theridiidae) 2013 1816 Sociality in spiders is extremely rare but has evolved repeatedly and is found across multiple families, including Theridiidae. Potential benefits of sociality for spiders include the ability to capture larger prey, reduced predation on individuals, ...