On the pseudoterrestris species group of the spider genus Coelotes (Araneae, Amaurobiidae)

  • Xin-Ping W
  • Griswold C
  • Ubick D
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Abstract

Eight spider species of the genus Coelotes from Central Asia and the Near East currently assigned to the charitonovi species group are described. Four species, Coelotes charitonovi Spassky 1939, C. juglandicola Ovtchinnikov 1984, C. nenilini Ovtchinnikov 1999, and C turkestaniacus Ovtchinnikov 1999 are previously known from both sexes, and four others, C caudatus de Blauwe 1973, C arganoi Brignoli 1978, C. coenobita Brignoli 1978, and C. vignai Brignoli 1978 are known only from females. The dorsal views of the epigynum of C. juglandicola, C. caudatus, and C. vignai are illustrated and described for the first time

Author-supplied keywords

  • Chiang mai
  • China
  • Coelotinae
  • Gaoligongshan
  • Thailand
  • Yunnan

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Authors

  • Wang Xin-Ping

  • Charles E. Griswold

  • Darrell Ubick

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