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  • proper noun A taxonomic genus within the family Eresidae — various araneomorph spiders.

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Examples

  • "Stegodyphus spiders represent one of the few study systems of the evolution of cooperation with convincing empirical evidence for genuine kin discrimination as opposed to nest-mate recognition," says one of the authors, Jasmin Ruch.

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  • In an extensive study, the researchers found that Stegodyphus tentoriicola spiders are far more efficient at foraging for food and cooperate better when they're related to each other.

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  • In an extensive study, the researchers found that Stegodyphus tentoriicola spiders are far more efficient at foraging for food and cooperate better when they're related to each other.

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  • "Stegodyphus spiders represent one of the few study systems of the evolution of cooperation with convincing empirical evidence for genuine kin discrimination as opposed to nest-mate recognition," says one of the authors, Jasmin Ruch.

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  • "Stegodyphus spiders represent one of the few study systems of the evolution of cooperation with convincing empirical evidence for genuine kin discrimination as opposed to nest-mate recognition," Ruch said.

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  • Professor Jutta Schneider and students Jasmin Ruch and Lisa Heinrich from the University of Hamburg, Germany, and Associate Professor Trine Bilde of Aarhus University in Denmark organized (Stegodyphus tentoriicola) spiders into different groups to collect food.

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