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  • J. A. Dunlop and D. Penney. 2013. A summary list of fossil spiders and their relatives. In N. Platnick (ed.), The World Spider Catalog, version 14.0. American Museum of Natural History
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  • Platnick, N.I. 1974. The spider family Anyphaenidae in America north of Mexico. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 146(4): 205-266.
  • Richman, D.B. 2003. Spiders (Araneae) of pecan orchards in the southwestern United States and their role in pest suppression. Southwestern Entomologist Supplement 27: 115-122.
  • Richman, D.B. and D. Ubick. 2005. Anyphaenidae. Pp. 66-67 in D. Ubick, P. Paquin, P.E. Cushing, and V. Roth (eds.) Spiders of North America: an Identification Manual. American Arachnological Society.
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