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English: Diagram of the internal anatomy of a female two-lunged spider.
Français : Diagramme montrant l'anatomie interne d'une araignée femelle à deux poumons.
Deutsch: Diagramm der internen Anatomie einer weiblichen zweilungigen Spinne. Siehe File:Spider internal anatomy-de.svg.
Date 2009-08-04 20:19 (UTC)
  • Anatomical information and original diagram from The Spider Book (1912, 1920) by John Henry Comstock
  • Additional anatomical information from Biology of Spiders (1996) by Rainer F. Foelix
  • derivative work: Pbroks13 (Ryan Wilson) ( talk)
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