LinEpig has been made possible by loans of specimen material from a number of institutions and individuals.
We are pleased to acknowledge the loans and gifts of specimen material from the following institutions and individuals. Without their generous support this project would not be possible.
- Michael L Draney, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
- Paula E Cushing, Denver Museum of Nature and Science
- Rodney L Crawford, Burke Museum, University of Washington, Seattle
- Richard A Bradley, Ohio State University, Ohio Spider Survey
- Robert L Edwards, Woods Hole, Massachusetts
- RS Vetter, University of California, Riverside
- Thomas R Prentice, University of California, Riverside
- GB Edwards, Florida State Collection of Arthopods, Gainesville
- Donald J Buckle, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Marc A Milne, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
- Brandi Fleshman and Derek S Sikes, University of Alaska Museum
- James F Steffen, Chicago Botanic Garden
- Claudia Copley, Royal BC Museum, and Darren Copley, District of Saanich, BC
- Gonzalo Giribet and Laura Leibensperger, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University
- Tom Murray has a number of naturalist galleries at pBase. The large spider area has albums for a number of families, including the Linyphiidae and the subfamily Erigoninae, from which his closeup Ceraticelus portrait above is taken.
- Kevin Lentz maintains several sets of naturalist images on Flickr including sets on various spiders and their kin and one on centipedes. His photo shown here of an erigonine on a person's fingertip is a good illustration of these spiders' size.