This article describes the clinical progression of symptoms over a period of 5 days of a bite inflicted by a Philodromus sp. spider. Commonly
known as ‘running spiders’, these are not considered to be harmful to humans. This report, however, is the first description of an actual
bite by a member of this group of spiders showing cytotoxic envenomation. Management of the bites should be as recommended for other
cytotoxic spider bites.
Choudhury, P.; Dutta, B.K.; Bhattacharjee, P.C.; Jain, N.K.(International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2006)
Mites are serious pests of tea known since the early days in all the tea growing area countries. They damage the green tissues and affect photosynthesis, causing reduction in yield. In the present study, varied severity ...
Yinfang, C.; Zhong, X.H.; Huokun, L.; Mei, N.J.; Xiaxiong, C.; Jain, N.K.(International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2005)
Bio-control of tea pests by spiders in China has been reviewed by Chen Yinfeng et al. Spiders constitute 65% to 90% population of all the predacious natural enemies in tea gardens of China. Some 290 species belonging to ...
Van Niekerk, P.; Dippenaar-Schoeman, Anna S. (Anna Sophia), 1948-(Natal Museum, 2013-11-14)
The genus Heriaeus Simon, 1875 is revised in the Afrotropical Region. Ten new species are described:
H. allenjonesi (♂♀ South Africa), H. antoni (♂♀ Yemen), H. copricola (♂♀ South Africa), H. foordi (♂♀
South Africa), ...