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1Author    Arthur HollRequires cookie*
 Title    der grünen Huschspinne Micromata rosea (Sparassidae) Temperature-Dependent Colour Change in Larvae of the Green Spider Micromata rosea (Sparassidae)  
 Abstract    In the green coloured larvae of Micromata rosea but not in adults temperature raise above 29 °C causes immediate colour change: green to bluish-green. Colour change is reversible by temperature decline below 29 °C. Qualitative analysis of the yolk pigment reveals the same biliverdin conjugates (micromatabilin) as previously identified for adult spiders. The bluish-green colour (above 29 °C) re­ sults from an absorption band (675-680 nm, water phase, purified solution) modified to that of the green solution (below 29 °C). Presumably, the thermodependent, rever­ sible colour change is due to a special yolk protein bond to the micromatabilin chromophor. 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 37c, 1040—1041 (1982); eingegangen am 25. März/30 Juni 1982 
  Published    1982 
  Keywords    Colour Change, Temperature, Spider, Micromatabilin 
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 Identifier    ZNC-1982-37c-1040_n 
 Volume    37