American Arachnological Society

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American Arachnological Society
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Formation 1972
Website http://www.americanarachnology.org

The American Arachnological Society (AAS) was founded in 1972 in order to promote the study of arachnids by seeking to achieve closer cooperation and understanding between amateur and professional arachnologists along with publication of the Journal of Arachnology.[1][2] The society holds annual meetings around the United States and membership is open to all individuals who share the common objectives held by the society.[3]

Journal[edit]

The AAS journal (Journal of Arachnology) is the original publication for a number of previously unidentified species including:

Selected publications[edit]

  • Ubick, Darrell; Cushing, Paula (2005), Spiders of North America: an identification manual, American Arachnological Society, ISBN 978-0-9771439-0-0 

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Journal of Arachnology On-Line Homepage". Americanarachnology.org. Archived from the original on 12 December 2010. Retrieved 2010-12-21. 
  2. ^ Shear, William A. (1986), Spiders--webs, behavior, and evolution, Stanford University Press, ISBN 978-0-8047-1203-3, "Ten years later the American Arachnological Society was formed, with an original membership of some 100 scientists, a number of them interested Europeans, and a few from the Latin American countries... the 1981 congress at the University of Tennessee was attended by more scientists that the society had charter members only 8 years before. Two symposia and several formal paper presentations were held, and some seasoned participants described the meeting as the best scientific meeting that they had ever attended." 
  3. ^ Schultz, Stanley A.; Schultz, Marguerite J. (2009), The Tarantula Keeper's Guide: Comprehensive Information on Care, Housing, and Feeding (2 ed.), Barron's Educational Series, p. 360, ISBN 978-0-7641-3885-0 
  4. ^ Crespo, Luís Carlos; Mendes, Sara (2010), "Trachyzelotes minutus, a new zelotine ground spider (Araneae: Gnaphosidae: Zavattaricinae) species from southern Portugal", The Journal of arachnology (American Arachnological Society) 38 (3): 588, doi:10.1636/a09-25sc.1, ISSN 0161-8202, OCLC 693386944 
  5. ^ Jr, Victor R Townsend; Milne, Marc A (2010), "A new species of Santinezia (Opiliones: Cranaidae) from Panama", The Journal of arachnology (American Arachnological Society) 38 (3): 460, ISSN 0161-8202, OCLC 693386927 
  6. ^ Reddick, Kristie; Warui, Charles M; Wharton, Robert (2010), "A new species of Tarabulida (Solifugae: Daesiidae) from Kenya, with the first complete description of a male of the genus", The Journal of arachnology (American Arachnological Society) 38 (3): 495, doi:10.1636/ha10-19.1, ISSN 0161-8202, OCLC 693386932 
  7. ^ Shultz, Jeffrey W (2010), "A new species of Hadrobunus (Opiliones: Sclerosomatidae: Leiobuninae) from the southeastern United States", The Journal of arachnology 38 (3): 572, doi:10.1636/ha10-07.1, ISSN 0161-8202, OCLC 693386941 
  8. ^ a b Platnick, Norman I; Horner, Norman (2007), "A New Species of Drassyllus (Araneae, Gnaphosidae) from West Texas", Journal of Arachnology 35 (1): 197–198, doi:10.1636/h06-10.1, ISSN 0161-8202, OCLC 481188994 
  9. ^ Brookhart, Jack O; Cushing, Paula E (2002), "New Species of Eremobatidae (Arachnida, Solifugae) from North America", Journal of Arachnology 30 (1): 84–97, doi:10.1636/0161-8202(2002)030[0084:nsoeas]2.0.co;2, ISSN 0161-8202, OCLC 481242177 
  10. ^ Jiménez, Maria Luisa; Dondale, Charles D (1984), "A New Species of Arctosa from Guerrero, Mexico (Araneae, Lycosidae)", Journal of Arachnology 12 (1): 115–116, ISSN 0161-8202, OCLC 481204345 

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