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of the World Spiders in Ohio (Ohio State University) Spiders of Australia Spiders of Kaweah River Delta Region (California) The Spiders of

2. Re What, If Any, Are The Benefits Of Spiders To Our Society?
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Arachnology societies and associations, Arachnology Journals, Other Links Common Missouri spiders (Conservation Commission of Missouri)
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  • 4. Chronology Of Science In The United States 1840-1849
    Nicholas M. Hentz (17971856) presented a series of papers on spiders, Organizations—societies and associations / Anthropology and Ethnology
    Chronology of Science in the United States 1840-1849 DATE EVENT SUBJECTS George Engelmann (1809-1884) met Asa Gray (1810-1888). Thereafter, Engelmann became an important agent in St. Louis for the transmittal eastward of botanical knowledge of the west. General or Miscellaneous / Botany Augustus Addison Gould (1805-1866) published "Results of an Examination of the Species of Shells of Massachusetts and Their Geographical Distribution," Boston Journal of Natural History 3:483-494. This was a pioneering work in the United States on geographical distribution. Zoology / Conchology and Malacology 1840 (March 23) Geologist William Maclure (b.1763) died in St. Angelo, Mexico. General or Miscellaneous / Geology 1840 (April 2) The initial meeting of the Association of American Geologists took place in Philadelphia (in 1842, the phrase "and Naturalists" was added to the name of the organization). Plans for the body began as early as 1838, at a meeting of the New York Board of Geologists at the Albany home of Ebenezer Emmons (1799-1863). Edward Hitchcock (1793-1864) was presiding officer at the first meeting and Benjamin Silliman (1779-1864) was president in 1841 and 1842. It was the predecessor of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Organizations—Societies and Associations / Geology, Natural History

    5. Entomology
    The Audubon Society field guide to North American insects and spiders / Lorus and societies / associations Free resource. American Entomological Society
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    6. Biology Resources - SLCC Library Services
    SPECIALIZED SOURCES AGENCIES, associations societies Society Field Guidessearchable by group, for example, mammals, birds, trees, spiders, etc.
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    Some journals offer full-text articles at these web sites; others offer just abstracts and/or tables of contents. SLCC students, faculty and staff can access comprehensive databases of journal, magazine and newspaper articles from Library Services' Databases Web page.

    7. BOREUS Newsletter Of The Entomological Society Of British Columbia
    and Honorary Member of various societies and associations concerned with There is a huge selection of books on insects and spiders, and a variety of
    Newsletter of the
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    Volume 18 (1) June 1998
    The Entomological Society of British Columbia is a scientific Society founded in 1902 for the advancement of entomological knowledge in the province.
    Officers 1997 - 1998
    • President: Staffan Lindgren President-Elect: Murray Isman Past-President: Dave Gillespie Secretary/Treasurer: Robb Bennett Directors, first term: Mac McNair, Rory McIntosh Directors, second term: Rob Cannings, Rob McGregor, Ken Naumann Regional Director to the ESC: Terry Shore Editorial Committee, Journal: Dave Raworth (Editor), Peter Belton, H.R. MacCarthy (Editor Emeritus), Ken Naumann, Ward Strong Editor of Web Site: Lisa Poirier Editor of Boreus: Troy Danyk Honorary Auditor: Gail Anderson Publications of the ESBC Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia The Journal of the Entomological Society of BC is published annually. Papers for the Journal need not have been presented at meetings of the Society, nor is it mandatory, although preferable, that authors be members of the Society. The chief condition for publication is that the paper have some regional origin, interest or application. Line drawings or photographs as candidates for the cover are also accepted. Contributions should conform to the standards outlined in the Journal and should be sent to the Editor, Dr Dave Raworth, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Pacific Agri-Food Research Centre, PO Box 1000, Agassiz, BC, V0M 1A0, Canada; tel 604-796-2221; fax 604-796-0359; e-mail The deadline for submissions to be included in the 1998 issue is September 1, 1998.

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    The International Sequencing Consortium For students, teachers and researchers alike who are interested in the progress of gene sequencing. The ISC (International Sequencing Consortium) established this Web site to provide a single, central site for the scientific community and the public to have access to up-to-date information about animal, plant and other eukaryotic genomic sequencing projects. From human, to zebra fish to water flea, this site tracks the world-wide sequencing efforts, including the project's scheduled or actual completion dates, techniques used, and of course the final sequences. Users can view the sequencing status of a particular organism, on-going projects at a sequencing institution and projects receiving funding from a particular agency. Visit:

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    Cicindela On-Line by Cesare Iacovone Home Biology and Ecology Morphology and Anatomy ... Announcements Name: Cesare IACOVONE Address: Via Salita Castello11, 66041 - Atessa (CH) ITALY tel.: e-mail: Curriculum - Born in Rome on May 8, 1958. Primary school at Philadelphia (USA), High school in Italy with diploma in Electrotechnician and Radio Technician, studies in Biology at Rome University.Working for Hydro Aluminium, a Norwegian International Company . Since 1968 studying Insects with particular interest in Coleoptera Carabidae, Cicindelidae and Diptera Asilidae . At the moment studying WWF areas in Abruzzo region for entomological faunae and also research on central Italy cave faunae, all related with Speleological activity. Publications C.Iacovone,1984- The Carabus of Italy,Y.E.S. Quarterly,Vol.1 n°1 page 31-36. C.Iacovone,1984- Relaxing Dried Coleoptera, Y.E.S. Quarterly, Vol.1 n°1 page 11-12. C.Iacovone,1984- Italian Tiger Beetles (

    10. Herpetology Webliography, Texas Tech University Libraries
    Listserves, associations, societies, and Related Groups Some informationrelating to poisons is provided that involves spiders as well as snakes.
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    The purpose of this guide is to provide a timely, well designed, and quality resource to online herpetology information. This is not meant to be a comprehensive collection of electronic sites but an annotated selection of resources about Reptiles, Amphibians, and Dinosaurs useful to a broad range of educational institutions. TABLE OF CONTENTS
    Collections from Museums and other Places
    Australian National Botanic Garden
    A presentation of Australian frogs is made with some emphasis given to the "Corroboree" frog. A future link to frog calls is planned, but for now, they present information on the frogs of the garden and provide a link to the "Whole Frog Project".
    California Academy of Sciences
    This Gopher provides information on the Department's history, staff, and loan policies. Two search options are included: one to the local collection and one to remote museum databases.
    Florida Museum of Natural History
    Following a description of the size and scope of the collection, you may connect to a number of groups such as the Crocodile and the Marine Turtle Specialist groups, as well as the Gopher Tortoise Council. They provide a checklist of Florida's venomous and nonpoisonous snakes plus locally occuring amphibians. The herp programs and faculty of the University of Florida are described, as well.

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    12. Web Sites With Fossil Insects
    spiders and another arthropods in nodules. Upper Carboniferous sites yielding Links to another Entomology and Arachnology societies associations.
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    Now on the Web ! PALEOBASE Blackwell Science Ltd and The Natural History Museum (London) are proud to announce the release of PaleoBase, a new initiative in the presentation of systematic information on fossil organisms. PaleoBase represents the marriage of up-to-date systematic information on a collection of over 1500 fossil genera, state-of-the-art colour digital photographs of representative specimens from The Natural History Museum's unrivalled palaeontological collections, and modern relational database technology. With PaleoBase an important new tool for the teaching of life history in a wide variety of advanced secondary, undergraduate and graduate courses (e.g., palaeontology, historical geology, stratigraphy, palaeoceanography, palaeobiogeography) becomes available to students and educators alike. The first PaleoBase product will be a Macrofossils database. This will consist of approximately 1000 generic records drawn from the major invertebrate groups. The Macrofossils database will be released in three parts over the next two years as shown below:

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    Check out Garden spiders Web (http// where you will to discussion groups but to plant databases, societies and associations,

    14. Scrimshaw
    societies and associations exist for the coordination, promotion and exhibition while the meanies like spiders, snakes and scorpions go onto fighters.

    15. Orbigen Inc. - Orbigen Inc.
    Provides annotated Web links of biology associations, organizations, societies, universities and upcoming .......It spiders the Web and has

    16. 20/20 | IN FOCUS, 1.1
    garden clubs, herb societies, and science teachers associations. the festivalsbegan to be organized around particular themes spiders,
    Spring 2001 Vol. 1 No. 1
    Jump-starting an Appreciation for Science BY MAY BERENBAUM
    A s an entomologist who is a dyed-in-the-wool supporter of science literacy, I've made it a point never to refuse an invitation from the community to speak about insects. Over the past 20 years, I've given presentations for school groups ranging from preschool to college, nature centers, day camps, Brownie and Cub Scout troops, garden clubs, herb societies, and science teachers associations. Perhaps more surprisingly, I've even managed to work insects into talks before groups like ladies' clubs, medical societies, and nursing homes. The key to success is to relate whatever you'd like to say to something that resonates with your audience. All told, we have shown 41 different feature films and more than 40 shorts in the name of public education, routinely drawing crowds of a thousand or more. Today, public outreach activities sponsored by university entomology departments are commonplace and movies are elements of many. Insects remain the one familiar and conspicuous group that seems to be politically correct to hate and Hollywood has shown no inclination to stop producing bad insect science fiction films. These movies present a terrific opportunity to provide people with a learning experience that's nontraditional and fun.
    May Berenbaum heads the department of entomology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and has written several books on the subject. She is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

    17. Pet Bird Societies And Associations
    Organizations, societies, and associations dedicated to pet parrots and other Avicultural Society of America One of the oldest associations dedicated to
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    Recent Up a category African Love Bird Society The official organization for breeders and exhibitors of African lovebirds. This site is never updated. Only basic information and a semi-useful genetics calculator. African Parrot Society Home of the African Grey Parrot, the Poicephalus Parrots, and the Vasa Parrot. Better than the usual society site, with good photographs and articles, and regular updates. Amazona Society World's oldest and most comprehensive information network on Amazons. The site is only directed toward gaining members. No information on amazons. American Budgerigar Society Official site of for members and exhibitors of English Budgies in the United States.

    18. Society Animal Forum - Society Animals Journal
    fear of spiders that is commonly found in many Western societies may have Nevertheless, fear of spiders and the association between the spider and

    19. Clinical Laboratory Science Internet Resources©
    Links to resources on mites, ticks, scorpions, spiders and all others in the phylum Professional associations and Organizations. American Society for
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    Clinical Laboratory Science Internet Resources Web site is a meta collection of annotated links covering the clinical laboratory science and laboratory medicine disciplines and is intended as an online resource to healthcare professionals, students and other interested individuals. Page Last Modified: September 20,2005. Please contact me at - if you find any broken links, or if you have any suggestions for this web site. Thank you!
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    B) Name of the associations or societies and of the sites candidating C) Nameof associations or societies applying for membership of the IFAA (Kühnel)
    International Federation of Associations of Anatomists (IFAA)
    XV Congress of IFAA in Rome, September 11 - 16, 1999
    Meeting of the General Assembly of the IFAA September 14, 1999 - 02.30 p.m. Agenda 5. Report of the Treasurer (Yates) 6. Report of the Chairman of the Federative Committee on Anatomical Terminology - FCAT- (Whitmore) 7. Reports of the other Federative International Committees 8. The Federation in the new Millennium (Thomas) 9. Federative International Committees (Thomas, Di Dio) 10. A) Name and address of the candidates presented for election in the Executive Committee. B) Name of the Associations or Societies and of the sites candidating for organization of the subsequent Federative International Congress of Anatomy (FICA) 12. Presentations of the candidates to organize the next FICA (10' each). 14. Body Donations and Medical Education (Di Dio) 15. Other business 16. Adjournment Officers: Vice-President: DAVID BRYNMOR THOMAS (U.K.) Treasurer: ROBERT D. YATES (U.S.A.) Secretary: GEORGES GRIGNON (France) Secretary: PIETRO M. MOTTA (Italy)

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