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Taxonomic notes on the armored spiders of the families Tetrablemmidae and Pacullidae

William A. Shear

Taxonomic notes on the armored spiders of the families Tetrablemmidae and Pacullidae

by William A. Shear

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Published by American Museum of Natural History in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tetrablemmidae -- Classification.,
  • Pacullidae -- Classification.,
  • Arachnida -- Classification.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWilliam A. Shear.
    SeriesAmerican Museum novitates ;, no. 2650
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL1 .A436 no. 2650, QL458.42.T46 .A436 no. 2650
    The Physical Object
    Pagination46 p. :
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4759053M
    LC Control Number78105604

    Buy Keeping Spiders, Insects & Other Land Invertebrates in Captivity: Keeping, Spiders, Insects and Other Land Invertebrates in Captivity on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders/5(2). Levi, H. W. (b). Taxonomic-nomenclatural notes on misplaced theridiid spiders (Araneae: Theridiidae), with observations on Anelosimus. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society -- Show included taxa. Levi, H. W. (c). Observations on the reproductive physiology of the spider Singa (Araneidae). Arachnologorum.

    The genus Actinopus Perty, , is revised for Argentina, comprising a total of 23 species. The female of A. insignis (Holmberg, ) is described for the first time; the species is found in northern Buenos Aires, southern Santa Fe, and : Duniesky. Ríos-Tamayo, Pablo A. Goloboff. Taxonomic Notes on the Ants Ponera leae Forel and Ponera norfolkensis (Wheeler) (Hymenoptera-Formicidae) R. W. TAYLOR1 THE RECENT RECOGNITION by Wilson () of several Pacific species groups within the ant genus Ponera has done much to clarify the rela­ tionships, both taxonomic and biogeographical, of various scarce species occurring in.

    Ctenizidae is a small family of medium-sized mygalomorph spiders that construct burrows with a cork-like trapdoor made of soil and silk. They may be called trapdoor spiders, as are similar species, such as those of the families Liphistiidae, Barychelidae and some species in Idiopidae and , the family Halonoproctidae was split off from Ctenizidae; the name derives from Greek. Lea, A. (a). "Notes on certain beetles of the family Staphylinidae." Bulletin of the Tasmanian Department of Agriculture and Stock Lea, A. (b). "Notes on the genus Leptops with descriptions of new species." Annales de la Societe entomologique .


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Taxonomic notes on the armored spiders of the families Tetrablemmidae and Pacullidae by William A. Shear Download PDF EPUB FB2

PDF | Eight species of armored spiders belonging to two families, Pacullidae Simon, and Tetrablemmidae O. Pickard-Cambridge,are reported | Find, read and cite all the research you.

TAXONOMIC NOTES ON THE ARMORED SPIDERS OF THE FAMILIES TETRABLEMMIDAE AND PACULLIDAE [William A Shear] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : William A Shear. Tetrablemmidae, sometimes called armored spiders, is a family of tropical araneomorph spiders first described by Octavius Pickard-Cambridge in It contains described species in 29 genera from southeast Asia, with a few that occur in Africa and Central and South America.

Pacullidae was incorporated into this family inbut was later restored as a separate family in a Class: Arachnida. The spider families Tetrablemmidae and Pacullidae are surveyed, and their relationships assessed.

At present it is unclear whether the families are closest to the 'dysderoids' or to the 'scytodoids'; much more morphological and taxonomic data are needed on these putative superfamilies of by: Pseudanapis is a genus of araneomorph spiders in the Anapidae family, first described by Eugène Simon in It is a senior synonym of "Gossiblemma" and "Amrishoonops".

Species. As of April it contains twelve species. Pseudanapis aloha Forster, – Japan, Hawaii, Caroline Is., Australia (Queensland). Introduced to Britain, Germany; Pseudanapis amrishi (Makhan & Ezzatpanah, Class: Arachnida. Eight species of armored spiders belonging to two families, Pacullidae Simon, and Tetrablemmidae O.

Pickard-Cambridge,are reported from Singapore. Five species are documented as new to science: Paculla bukittimahensis Lin & Li, sp. (male and female), P. globosa Lin & Li, sp.

(male and female), Ablemma malacca Lin & Li, sp. (male and female), Singaporemma lenachanae Lin Cited by: 1. Taxonomic notes on the armored spiders of the families Pacullidae and Tetrablemmidae (Arachnida, Araneae) from Singapore.

ZooKeys 15— DOI: /zookeys Reference page. Lin, Y.C & Li, S.Q New armored spiders of the family Tetrablemmidae from China. Zootaxa 18– Preview Reference page. Bourne, J.D. () New armored spiders of the family T etrablemmidae from New Ireland and northern India (Araneae). Revue suisse de Zoologie, 87, 3 01– 1.

Introduction. The tiny (–4 mm), heavily armoured spiders of the family Tetrablemmidae, with 31 extant genera and species (World Spider Catalog, ), are found in moss and leaf litter in tropical rainforest, as well as in crevices and s of the family are widespread throughout tropical and subtropical regions, and are particularly diverse in south-east by: 7.

Spiders of the Oriental-Australian region. III. Tetrablemmidae, with a world revision. Acta Zoologica Fennica Reference page. Shear, W.A. Taxonomic notes on the armored spiders of the families Tetrablemmidae and Pacullidae.

American Museum Novitates Reference page. Taxonomic notes on the armored spiders of the families Tetrablemmidae and Pacullidae. Amer. Mus.

Novitates 1– Google Scholar. Main B.Y. () Some zoogeographic considerations of families of spiders occurring in New Guinea. In: Gressitt J.L. (eds) Biogeography and Ecology of Cited by: 8.

Sewlal and Cutler () also inadvertently omitted Tetrablemmidae from the annotated list of spider families for Trinidad and Tobago. According to Shear (), specimens of this family were collected by N. Weber in Trinidad and are now lodged at the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge.

Taxonomic notes on the armored spiders of the families Pacullidae and Tetrablemmidae (Arachnida, Araneae) from Singapore Yucheng Lin, Joseph K. Koh, Seppo Koponen, Shuqiang Li /zookeys   Genus Ablemma Roewer, Type species.

Ablemma baso Roewer, from Sumatra (see Lehtinen ). Shear, William A. Shear, William A., Shear, W. William Shear American zoologist VIAF ID: (Personal) Permalink: TETRABLEMMIDAE Armoured Spiders Tetrablemmids in Australia are very strange-looking little spiders, especially the males which have four eyes on the rear of the head behind a.

The morphology of the respiratory system of basal araneomorph spiders, the Haplogynae and of Entelegynae with female haplogyne genitalia, is reviewed.

The homology of cuticular respiratory structures is discussed in light of evidence from abdominal muscles and ontogeny. Ten morphological characters (13 transformations) were coded, mainly from the posterior pulmonary (or tracheal) Cited by: The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

Taxonomic notes on the armored spiders of the families Tetrablemmidae and Pacullidae. American Museum novitates ; no. View Metadata.

By: Shear, William A. About 99 million years ago, two bizarre spiders — each sporting hard, armored plates on their bodies and horns on their fangs — became mummified in sticky tree resin that turned into amber. A taxonomic classification of our spider terminals is presented in Fig.

This reference tree (TX) contains multi‐sampled families ( of spiders, two of outgroups), and four higher groups (the order Araneae, the suborder Opisthothelae, and the infraorders Mygalomorphae and Araneomorphae).Cited by:.

Ono H. () Zoogeographic and taxonomic notes on spiders of the subfamily Heptathelinae (Araneae, Mesothelae, Liphistiidae). Memoirs of the National Science Museum – Ono H. () New and remarkable spiders of the families Liphistiidae, Argyronetidae, Pisauridae, Theridiidae and Araneidae (Arachnida) from by: Singaporemma lenachanae Lin & Li, Figures 6D–d, 9B Singaporemma lenachanae Lin & Li, 40, figs 16–18, 19B–I, 20 Examined material.

Holotype ♂, paratypes 4♂ and 2♀ (LKCNHM), SINGAPORE: Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Seraya Loop, °′N, 1°′E, altitude m, 17 AugustS. Li and Y. Tong leg. Other material examined. 3♂ and 2♀ (NHMSU), SINGAPORE. Spider taxonomy Last updated Ap Paintings of Araneus angulatus from Svenska Spindlar ofthe first major work on spider taxonomy.

Spider taxonomy is the taxonomy of the spiders, members of the Araneae order of the arthropod class Arachnida with ab described r, there are likely many species that have escaped the human eye to this day, and .