Phidippus variegatus (♂,♀) (LUCAS, 1833)

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BANKS, N. (1901)

Notes on some spiders of WALCKENAER, KOCH, and others. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 9: 182-189.
BANKS, N. (1904)

The Arachnida of Florida. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 56: 120-147.
BANKS, N., NEWPORT, N. M. & BIRD, R. D. (1932)

An annotated list of Oklahoma spiders. Public. Univ. Oklahoma; Biological Survey 4 (1): 12-49.
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BRYANT, E. B. (1942)

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COMSTOCK, J. H. (1912)

The spider book; a manual for the study of the spiders and their near relatives, the scorpions, pseudoscorpions, whipscorpions, harvestmen and other members of the class Arachnida, found in America north of Mexico, with analytical keys for their classification and popular accounts of their habits. Garden City New York 721 pp.
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Rebuttal to objections against designation of Attus audax HENTZ as type species of Phidippus KOCH 1846. Z.N.(S.) 1904. PECKHAMIA, Simpsonville 1 (6): 120-121.
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TULLGREN, A. (1901)

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VOGEL, B. R. (1968)

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WALCKENAER, C. A. (1847)

Dernier Supplément. In: WALCKENAER, C. A. & GERVAIS, M. P. (eds.) Histoire naturelle des Insects. Aptères. Tome Quatrieme.  Roret, pp. 365-596.
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