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Literaturverzeichnis zu „Queenslands Spinnen und deren Gifte“ von Tobias J. Hauke

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Cesar, L.M.M., M.A. Mendes, C.F. Tormena, M.R. Marques, B.M. de Souza, D.M. Saidemberg, J.C. Bittencourt & M.S. Palma (2005): Isolation and chemical characterization of PwTx-II: A novel alkaloid toxin from the venom of the spider Parawixia bistriata (Araneidae, Araneae). – Toxicon 46: 786–796.

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Undheim, E.A., K. Sunagar, V. Herzig, L. Kely, D.H. Low, T.N. Jackson, A. Jones, N. Kurniawan, G.F. King, S.A. Ali, A. Antunes, T. Ruder & B.G. Fry (2013): A Proteomics and Transcriptomics Investigation of the Venom from the Barychelid Spider Trittame loki (Brush-Foot Trapdoor). – Toxins 5: 2488–2503.

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