Glenn S. HUNT - papers on Opiliones

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Glenn S. HUNT

Birthdate: 1944


Died: 1999

Co-authors: See J. Cokendolpher and J. Gruber.


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Hunt, Glenn S., 1970. The Reproductive Biology of Harvestmen (Opiliones: Arachnida). A survey of the literature. Master of Science Qualifying literature survey, Uni. of N.S.W., Sydney, 96 pp. (MS only, copy in The Australian Museum Library).

Hunt, Glenn S., 1971. The genus Nunciella Roewer (Opiliones: Laniatores) with description of a new species from Kangaroo Island, South Australia. The proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, Sidney, 96(1): 53-65. [Publication date is 17 June 1971].

Hunt, Glenn S., 1972a. Notes on Australian cave harvestmen. Proc. 8th natn. Conf. Australian Speleol. Fed., (Cave Biol. Sect.), Hobart/ Sandy Bay, Tasmania, December 1970, pp. 76-80.

Hunt, Glenn S., 1972b. A new cavernicolous harvestman from Western Australia (Arachnida, Opiliones). Journal of the Australian Entomological Society, Brisbane, 11(3): 232-236. [Publication date is 30 September 1972].

Hunt, Glenn S., 1979. Male Dimorphism and Geographic Variation in the Genus Equitius Simon (Arachnida, Opiliones). PhD Thesis, University of N. S. W., Sydney (copies in University of N. S. W. and Australian Museum Libraries).

Hunt, Glenn S., 1985. Taxonomy and distribution of Equitius in Eastern Australia (Opiliones: Laniatores: Triaenonychidae), Records of the Australian Museum, Sydney, 36: 107-125.

Hunt, Glenn S., 1987. New records of the exotic leiobunid harvestman, Nelima doriae. Australasian Arachnol., 28: 4-5.

Hunt, Glenn S., 1990a. Hickmanoxyomma, a new genus of cavernicolous harvestmen from Tasmania (Opiliones: Triaenonychidae). Records of the Australian Museum, Sydney, 42: 45-68.

Hunt, Glenn S., 1990b. Taxonomic value of spiracle microstructure in the Megalopsalididae (Opiliones, Phalangioidea). In: Seppo Koponen, Pekka T. Lehtinen & Veikko Rinne (editors), Proceedings of the XI International Congress of Arachnology, Turku, Finland, 7-12 August 1989, pp. 187-194. Acta Zoologica Fennica, 190: 1-433.

Hunt, Glenn S., 1991. Opiliones (Arachnida) of the Kimberley rainforests, Western Australia. In: McKenzie et al. Kimberley Rainforests, pp. 295-297.

Hunt, Glenn S., 1992. Revision of the genus Holonuncia Forster (Arachnida: Opiliones: Triaenonychidae) with description of cavernicolous and epigean species from Eastern Australia. Records of the Australian Museum, Sydney, 44: 135-163.

Hunt, Glenn S., 1993. A new cavernicolous harvestman from lava tube caves in tropical Australia (Arachnida: Opiliones: Phalangodidae). Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, Brisbane, 33(1): 217-219.

Hunt, Glenn S., 1995. Revision of the harvestman genus Miobunus from Tasmania (Arachnida: Opiliones: Triaenonychidae). Records of the Western Australian Museum, Perth, Supplement 52: 243-252.

Hunt, Glenn S., 1996. A preliminary phylogenetic analysis of Australian Triaenonychidae (Arachnida: Opiliones). Revue suisse de Zoologie (Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Arachnology, Geneva, 3-8 September 1995), hors série, 1: 295-308.

Hunt, Glenn S. & James C. Cokendolpher, 1991. Ballarrinae, a new subfamily of harvestmen from the Southern Hemisphere (Arachnida, Opiliones, Neopilionidae). Records of the Australian Museum, Sydney, 43(2): 131-169.

Hunt, Glenn S & John L. Hickman, 1993. A revision of the genus Lomanella Pocock and its implications for family level classificaiton in the Travunioidea (Arachnida: Opiliones: Triaenonychidae). Records of the Australian Museum, Sydney, 45(1): 81-119.

Hunt, Glenn S. & E. A. Maury, 1993. Hypertrophy of male genitalia in South American and Australian Triaenonychidae (Arachnida: Opiliones: Laniatores). Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, Brisbane, 33(2): 551-556.


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