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The downloadable material represents electronic supplements to our scientific publications. Feel free to use it for scientific/educational, but not commercial purposes. We retain full copyrights to this material as well as all images on this website.

EZ Lab Publications

All our publications are accessible at the Publications page.

Other publications

Aljančič, G. & Aljančič, M. 1998. Žival meseca oktobra: Človeška ribica (Proteus anguinus). Proteus 61(2): 83-87. PDF


Aljančič, G. 2015. 55 let raziskovanja človeške ribice v jamskem labolatoriju Tular. PDF


Aljančič, G. 2015. Zloženka: Ogroženost človeške ribice. PDF


Deeleman-Reinhold, C.L. 1978. Revision of the cave-dwelling and related spiders of the genus Troglohyphantes Joseph (Linyphiidae), with special reference to the Yugoslav species. Slovenian academy of sciences and arts, Ljubljana, pp 222. PDF


Deeleman-Reinhold, C.L. & Deeleman, P.R. 1980. Remarks on troglobitism in spiders. Proceedings of the 8. international congress of arachnology, 433-438. PDF


Deeleman-Reinhold, C.L. 1981. Remarks on origin and distribution of troglobitic spiders. Proceedings of the 8. international congress of speleology, 305-308. PDF


Fet, V., Kuntner, M. & Sket, B. 2001. Scorpions of Slovenia: a faunistic and biogeographical survey. 255-265. In V. Fet & P. A. Selden (eds.). Scorpions 2001. In Memoriam Gary A. Polis. British Arachnological Society, Burnham Beeches, Bucks. Xi + 404 pp. PDF


Kuntner, M., Coyle, F. A. & Wijesinghe, D. P. 1997. Observations on Indothele lanka Coyle, an ischnotheline funnelweb spider from Sri Lanka (Araneae, Mygalomorphae, Dipluridae). Journal of South Asian natural History 2: 199-204. PDF


Kuntner, M. & Šereg, I. 2002. Additions to the spider fauna of Slovenia, with a comparison of spider species richness among European countries. Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society 12: 185-195. PDF

Electronic supplementary material

Kralj-Fišer, S., Gregorič, M., Lokovšek, T., Čelik, T. & Kuntner, M. 2013. A glimpse into sexual biology of the spider genus Leviellus. Journal of Arachnology:
Leviellus supplementary video 1
Leviellus supplementary video 2

Gregorič, M., Agnarsson, I., Blackledge, T. A. & Kuntner, M. 2011. Darwin’s bark spider: Giant prey in giant orb webs (Caerostris darwini, Araneae: Araneidae)? Journal of Arachnology:
Caerostris supplementary video 1
Caerostris supplementary video 2
Caerostris supplementary video 3


Results of the project CONS-SPIDERS funded by the Swiss Contribuition »Towards permanent conservation of biodiversity: the case of spider fauna of Switzerland and Slovenia«.

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Other Content

The Times, June 28 2013. World is full of Mandiba magic. (Spider species named after Nelson Mandela) PDF

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