I am happy to provide PDFs of released publications listed below. Please email me at to request them. 

Published papers

5. Bosco, J. & Chuang, A. (2018). A new species of grass spider, Agelenopsis riechertii, from the Southwestern USA, with notes on its courtship behavior (Araneae: Agelenidae), Zootaxa, 4442(4): 579–583.

4. Zhao, L., Panayotova, I. N., Chuang, A., Sheldon, K. S., Bourouiba, L., & Miller, L. A. (2017). Flying Spiders: Simulating and Modeling the Dynamics of Ballooning. In Women in Mathematical Biology (pp. 179-210). Springer, Cham. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-60304-9_10

3. Sheldon, K. S., Zhao, L., Chuang, A., Panayotova, I. N., Miller, L. A., & Bourouiba, L. (2017). Revisiting the physics of spider ballooning. In Women in Mathematical Biology (pp. 163-178). Springer, Cham. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-60304-9_9

2. Chuang, A. and Peterson, C. R. 2016. Expanding population edges: theories, traits, and trade-offs. Global Change Biology 22: 494–512.

1. Blamires, S., Piorkowski, D., Chuang, A., Tseng, Y.-H., Toft, S., and I-M Tso. 2015. Can differential nutrient extraction explain property variations in a predatory trap? Royal Society Open Science. 2: 140479. DOI: 10.1098/rsos.140479

Press Releases: Spiders customize their webs based on diet; Custom web design keeps spiders in business

Published reviews

2. Chuang, A. & J. M. Bush. (2017). Book Review: Judith S. Weis and Daniel Sol (eds): Biological Invasions and Animal Behaviour, Biological Invasions.

1. Chuang, A. (2017). Game changers, Science. 355(6325): 587-587.


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