Neon plutonus (♂,♀) GERTSCH & IVIE, 1955


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EDWARDS, G. B. (1982)

The arboreal Salticidae of Florida. PECKHAMIA, Simpsonville 2 (3): 33-36.
EDWARDS, G. B. & ROSSMAN, D. A. (1981)

A preliminary checklist of Georgia Salticidae. PECKHAMIA, Simpsonville 2 (2): 27-31.
GERTSCH, W. J. & IVIE, W. (1955)

The spider genus Neon in North America. Amer. Mus. Novit., New York 1743: 1-17.
PRÓSZYŃSKI, J. (1971)

Catalogue of Salticidae (Aranei) specimens kept in major collections of the world. Annales Zoologici, Warszawa 28 (17): 367-519.
PRÓSZYŃSKI, J. (1975)

Remarks on the origin and composition of the salticidae fauna of the nearctic region. Proc. 6th. Int. Arachn. Congr. (Amsterdam 1974) 216-221.
PRÓSZYŃSKI, J. (1976)

Studium systematyczno-zoogeograficzne nad rdzina Salticidae regionow palearktycznego i nearktycznego. Wyższa Szkola Pedagogiczna Siedlcach 6: 260 pp.
PRÓSZYŃSKI, J. (1987)

Atlas rysunków diagnostycznych mniej znanych Salticidae 2. Zeszyty Naukowe Wyższej Szkoly Rolniczo-Pedagogicznej SiedlcachWSRP 1-172.
PRÓSZYŃSKI, J. (1990)

Catalogue of Salticidae (Araneae): Synthesis of Quotations in the World Literature since 1940, with Basic Taxonomic Data since 1758.  366 pp.
RICHMAN, D. B. (1977)

The jumping spiders of leaf-litter in Florida. PECKHAMIA, Simpsonville 1 (2): 18-21.
RICHMAN, D. B. & CUTLER, B. (1978)

A list of the jumping spiders (Araneae: Salticidae) of the United States and Canada. PECKHAMIA, Simpsonville 1 (5): 82-110.
ROACH, S. H. & EDWARDS, G. B. (1984)

An annotated list of South Carolina Salticidae (Araneae). PECKHAMIA, Simpsonville 2 (4): 49-57.
SEO, B. K. (1995)

A new species of genus Neon (Araneae, Salticidae) from Korea. Korean J. syst. Zool. 11: 323-327.
SIERWALD, P., DRANEY, M. L., PRENTICE, T., PASCOE, F., SANDLIN, N., LEHMAN, E. M., MEDLAND, M. & LOUDERMAN, J. (2005)

The spider species of the Great Lakes States. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 114 (2): 111-206.
WOLFF, R. J. (1984)

A preliminary list of salticids of the Great Lakes states. PECKHAMIA, Simpsonville 2 (4): 57-62.