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   Pardosa lugbris 

Broader Terms:
   Pardosa (Thin-legged Wolf Spiders) 
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Pardosa lugubris
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31.  Mul-tiomics analysis of cadmium stress on the ovarian function of the wolf spider Pardosa pseudoannulata.LinkIT
Wang J, Peng X, Yang H, Lv B, Wang Z, Song Q
Chemosphere, 2020

32.  Long-term cadmium exposure affects cell adhesion and expression of cadherin in the male genital organ of Pardosa pseudoannulata (Bösenberg & Strand, 1906).LinkIT
Lv B, Wang J, Peng Y, Wang Z, Song Q
Environmental science and pollution research international, 2020

33.  Residual vitellus and energetic state of wolf spiderlings Pardosa saltans after emergence from egg-sac until first predation.LinkIT
Laino A, Cunningham M, Garcia F, Trabalon M
Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology, 2020

34.  Consequences of rapid development owing to cohort splitting: just how costly is it to hurry?LinkIT
Rádai Z, Kiss J, Babczy?ska A, Kardos G, Báthori F, Samu F, Barta Z
The Journal of experimental biology, 2020

35.  Antioxidant enzymes as biomarkers of Cu and Pb exposure in the ground spiders Lycosa terrestris and Pardosa birmanica.LinkIT
Aziz N, Butt A, Elsheikha HM
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety, 2020

36.  Predator population size structure alters consumption of prey from epigeic and grazing food webs.LinkIT
Murphy SM, Lewis D, Wimp GM
Oecologia, 2020

37.  Differences in Mobility and Dispersal Capacity Determine Body Size Clines in Two Common Alpine-Tundra Arthropods.LinkIT
Beckers N, Hein N, Anneser A, Vanselow KA, Löffler J
Insects, 2020

38.  Assessment of bioaccumulation of cu and Pb in experimentally exposed spiders, Lycosa terrestris and Pardosa birmanica, using different exposure routes.LinkIT
Aziz N, Butt A, Elsheikha HM
Environmental science and pollution research international, 2020

39.  Prey contaminated with neonicotinoids induces feeding deterrent behavior of a common farmland spider.LinkIT
Korenko S, Saska P, Kysilková K, ?ezá? M, Heneberg P
Scientific reports, 2019

40.  Halocosa gen. n., a new genus of Lycosidae (Araneae) from the Palaearctic, with a redescription of H. cereipes (L. Koch, 1878).LinkIT
Azarkina GN, Trilikauskas LA
Zootaxa, 2019