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Les glandes sericigenes des Dysderides

, : Les glandes sericigenes des Dysderides. Arch Zool Exp Et Gen Notes Et Rev 71(1): 38-45

A description is given of the silk-glands* of Dysdera erythrina and Segestria florentina. The Dysderidae possess only 3 types of glands: large, medium, and small ones. The large glands are the first to develop in young spiders. There is only one pair of them, as there is likewise only one pair of medium sized glands. The small glands are numerous and are of 2 distinct varieties. Dysdera lacks medium sized glands which are present in Segestria, and their large glands are only half as long as the corresponding glands in Segestria.

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