Readings on reserve (most of the following are in three ring binders behind the reserve reading desk):

Alcock, J. 1989. Freedom fighters. Natural History. March
Alcock, J. 1994. Masters of deception. Natural History. Nov.
Angier, N. 1993. Moth mothers mate often, then select the father. N.Y. T. 5/18
Austad, S. 1991. This bugs for you. Natural History. Dec.
Campbell, T. 1993. Natures building blocks. Popular Science Oct.
Eberhard, W. 1980. Spider and fly play cat and mouse. Natural History. January
Griswold, C. 1990. Social life in a web. Natural History. March.
Higdon, H. 1972. New tricks outwit our insect enemies. Nat. Geographic Sep.
Jackson, R. 1992. Eight-legged tricksters. BioScience. Sept.
Latourneau, D. 1993. Ants that pay the piper. Natural History. Oct.
Marshall, S. 1992. The importance of being hairy. Natural History. Sept.
Milius, S. 1999. Who's dying for sex. Science News 156: Nov. 13
Moffett, M. 1991. All eyes on jumping spiders. National Geographic. Sept.
Pollard, S. 1993. Little Murders. Natural History. Oct.
Sisson, R. 1972. The spider that lives under water. National Geographic. May.
Sivinski, J. 1992. When is a stick not a stick? Natural History. June.
Stiling, P. 1988. Eating a thin line. Natural History. February.
Vetter, R. 2000 Medical Myth. West J. Medicine 173:357-358
Vincent, L. 1997. California Turret Spider. Pacific Discovery. Summer
Vincent, L 1999. Tarantula Hawk Wasp. The Preservation News.March
Vincent, L 1999. Creatures. Outdoor in Orange County September
Vincent, L.1999. The Velvet Ant. The Preservation News. November
Vincent, L. 2000. Garden Spiders. The Preservation News. October
Vollrath, F. 1992. Spider webs and silks. Scientific American. March.
Zahl, P. 1971. What's so special about spiders? National Geographic. August.

The following are from the July 1991 issue of Natural History magazine:

Blaustein, L. .Duel in the sun.
Bradshaw. W. Life in a death trap.
Day, J. Epidemic proportions. pgs. 50-55
Edman, J. Biting the hand that feeds you.
Nagel, R. Malaria's genetic billiards game.
Nielsen, L. Mosquitoes Unlimited.
Washburn, J. The case of the quick-change killer.
Wilson, s. Worlds in contact.

The following are from the Mar. 1995 issue of Natural History magazine.

Craig, C. Webs of deceit
Henschel, J. Spider Revolutions
Jackson, R. Arachnomania
Platnick, N. An abundance of spiders.
Pollard, S. Samurai Spiders
R. A. Tools of the trade. pg. 48
Watson, Paul. Dancing in the dome.
Lewis, R. Life 1998. (This is a text book behind the reserve desk.) Chapter 18.