CHAPTER I. GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION.
. For reasons stated in the text the task of listing all the literature consulted
in the course of this chapter would have been impracticable. The list which follows
relates to literature actually referred to in the opening pages before the list of species is
ALBIN, E. 1736. A Natural History of Spiders and other Curious Insects.
London. pp. viii + 76; 54 pls., col.
BLACKWALL, J. 1860 64. A History of the Spiders of Great Britain and
Ireland. London: Ray Society. pp. vi + 384; 29 pls., col.
BRAENDEGAARD, J. 1932. Islandische Spinnentiere. Goteborg Vetensk.
Samh. Handl., ser. B, Bd. II, No. 7, pp. 8 36. [
BRISTOWE, W. S. 1929. A Contribution to the Knowledge of the Spiders of
the Channel Islands. Proc. zool. Soc. Lond., pp. 181 188.
1938. The Classification of Spiders. Proc. zool. Soc. Lond., pp. 285
321; text figs. 1 13.
CAMBRIDGE, F. O. P. 1901 1903. Six useful papers in the Ann. Mag. nat.
Hist. between January, 1901, and November, 1903, dealing with generic
His conclusions are often not in accordance with present day rules of
CAMBRIDGE, O. P. 1879 1881. The Spiders of Dorset, etc. Sherborne. pp.
xlii + 625, xi; 6 pls.
1900. List of British and Irish Spiders. Dorchester. pp. 86.
CLERCK, C. 1757. Aranei Suecicae. Stockholm. pp. xvi 154; 6 pls., col.
HULL, J. E. 1920. The Spider Family Linyphiid. Vasculum, VI, pp. 7 11.
1920. Blackwall's Spiders of Great Britain and Ireland. Vasculum.,
VI, pp. 29 32.