In this work with the Attidae collected in the vicinity of Ames the writer used Banks' arrangement in the separation of genera and species. A few of the specimens were collected by Prof. C. P. Gillette in 1888-90 and identified by Banks in 1891; some were collected during the summer of 1916 by L. S. Wells while others were collected during the fall of 1916 and spring of 1917 by the writer, who has identified all except those that were collected by Prof. Gillette.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Ressler, I. L.
"Spiders of the Family Attidae Collected in the Vicinity of Ames, Iowa,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 25(1), 221-234.
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