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The Oonopid Spider PBI Institutional Participants
Investigators:

Norman Platnick
Vladimir Ovtsharenko
Kimberly Russell
Xinping Wang
Matthias Burger
Louis Sorkin
Nadine Dupérré
Angelo Bolzern
Lily Berniker
Investigators:

Charles Griswold
Darrell Ubick
Alma Saucedo
Fernando Alvarez-Padilla
Natalia Chousou-Polydouri
Anthea Carmichael
Tamas Szuts
Investigator:

Rosemary Gillespie
Investigator:

Petra Sierwald
Investigator:

Gustavo Hormiga
Investigators:

Rudy Jocqué
Wouter Fannes
Arnaud Henrard
Investigators:

Robert Raven
Barbara Baehr
Investigators:

Mark Harvey
Ricardo Ott
Karen Edward
Investigator:

Michael Saaristo
Investigators:

Martín Ramírez
Cristian Grismado
Matias Izquierdo
Royal Belgian Institute of
Natural Sciences


Investigators:

Léon Baert
Eva Gaublomme
Charlotte De Busschere
Investigator:

Ansie Dippenaar
Investigators:

Antonio Brescovit
Gustavo Ruiz
Cristina Rheims
Adalberto Santos
Investigators:

Christian Kropf
Yvonne Kranz-Baltensperger
Beata Eichenberger
Marco Thoma
Miguel Richard
Investigators:

Alexandre Bonaldo
Naiara Abrahim
Sankar Talukdar
Daniella Franzóia Moss
Investigator:

Christa Deeleman
Investigator:

Mingsheng Zhu
Investigators:

Shuqiang Li
Investigator:

Peter Michalik
Investigator:

 
 
 
The American Museum of Natural History, New York, in collaboration with
The California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco   The University of California, Berkeley
The Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago   George Washington University, Washington DC
 
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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. DEB 0613754. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.