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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

CONS-SPIDERS Project

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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