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Beutefang, Kampf und Paarungsverhalten bei Geißelspinnen (Amblypygi)

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Title Beutefang, Kampf und Paarungsverhalten bei Geißelspinnen (Amblypygi)
Alternative Title Capture of Prey, Fighting and Mating in Whip Spiders (Amblypygi)
Author Weygoldt, Peter
License No Open Access License:
German copyright law applies. This film may be used for your own use but it may not be distributed via the internet or passed on to external parties.
DOI 10.3203/IWF/C-1104
IWF Signature C 1104
Publisher IWF (Göttingen)
Release Date 1973
Language German
Producer IWF
Production Year 1971

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IWF Technical Data Film, 16 mm, LT, 196 m ; F, 18 min

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Subject Area Life Sciences
Abstract Beutefang am Beispiel von Admetus pumilio: schneller Zugriff, Bearbeiten mit den Chelizeren (extra-intestinale Verdauung). Kommentkampf zweier Admetusmännchen: Betasten mit einem Fühlerbein (Vorspiel), Zufassen mit weit geöffneten Palpen, Hin- und Herziehen. Vergleich der Paarung von drei Arten (Admetus pumilio, Tarantula marginemaculata, Charinus brasilianus): unterschiedliche Balzhandlungen, Absetzen der Spermatophore, Herüberlocken des Weibchens.
Prey capture of Admetus pumilio: grasping of prey with its pedipalps; maceration of prey (extra-intestinal digestion). Ritualized fighting of two Admetus males: touching each other with one antenniform leg; grasping with wide-open pedipalps; pulling back and forth. Comparison of mating in three species (Admetus pumilio, Tarantula marginemaculata, Charinus brasilianus): differences in courtship behaviour, the depositing of the spermataphore and in methods of attracting the female.
Keywords Amblypygi
Geißelspinne
Spinne / Geißelspinne
Tarantula marginemaculata
Charinus brasilianus
Admetus pumilio
Verdauung, extraintestinale
Paarung / Amblypygi
Spermatophore / Arachnida
Nahrungserwerb / Arachnida
Nahrungsaufnahme / Arachnida
Kampfverhalten / Arachnida
Beuteerwerb / Arachnida
Balz / Arachnida
courtship / Arachnida
prey capture / Arachnida
fighting behaviour / Arachnida
ingestion / Arachnida
acquisition of food / Arachnida
spermatophore / Arachnida
mating / Amblypygi
digestion, extra-intestinal
Admetus pumilio
Charinus brasilianus
Tarantula marginemaculata
amblypygid
Amblypygi

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