NOTES ON THE ECOLOGY OF CYCLOCOSMIA TRUNCATA (ARANEAE, CTENIZIDAE) IN GEORGI A
R. Howard Hunt
From 23 September 1973 to 22 September 1974 nine specimens (five males, two females, two immatures) and five burrows of Cyclocosmia truncata were examined from the Johnson Crook area o f Lookout Mountain, Dade County, Georgia . Adult males wandered from 22 August to 2 October . Male and female specimens maintained burrows with silk-leaf trapdoors but sealed the entrances during molting periods, making field detection difficult .
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