A taxonomic review of the trapdoor spider genus Promyrmekiaphila Schenkel (Araneae, Mygalomorphae, Cyrtaucheniidae, Euctenizinae)

  • Stockman A
  • Bond J
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Abstract

The mygalomorph spider genus Promyrmekiaphila comprises two species known from northern and central California. The type species, P. clathrata (Simon), is considered a senior synonym of P. gertschi Schenkel and P. zebra (Chamberlin & Ivie); male and female exemplar specimens are described. A new species, Promyrmekiaphila winnemem, from Shasta and Tehama Counties in northern California, is described.

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  • California araneae
  • Euctenizinae
  • Mygalomorphae
  • Promyrmekiaphila
  • Spider taxonomy

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  • SGR: 48249083839
  • PUI: 352074479
  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-48249083839
  • ISBN: 1175-5326
  • ISSN: 11755326

Authors

  • Amy K. Stockman

  • Jason E. Bond

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