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|current||13:49, November 4, 2007||277 × 463 (38 KB)||PhloxBot||== Summary == The effect of caffeine on spider web construction. Noever, R., J. Cronise, and R. A. Relwani. 1995. Using spider-web patterns to determine toxicity. NASA Tech Briefs 19(4):82. Published|