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New data on spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) of Iraq
New material collected in northern Iraq reveals 20 species, 13 genera and six families new to the country, including one species, Pterotricha arzhantsevi sp.
A survey of East Palaearctic Gnaphosidae (Araneae). 2. Two new Gnaphosa Latreille, 1804 species from Western Mongolia
Two new species of Gnaphosa khovdensis and G. esyunini are described from Khovd Aimag of Mongolia and are assigned to a monophyletic group together with the recently described G. ustyuzhanini of Mongolia.
A survey of East Palaearctic Gnaphosidae (Aranei). 9. New data on the Parasyrisca potanini-group from Central Asia
Both sexes of three new species of Parasyriscaare described from Eastern Kazakhstan and Western Mongolia and the female of P. volynkini Fomichev, 2016 from the Altai Mountains (South Siberia, Russia) is described for the first time.
On two closely related species of Synagelides Strand, 1906 (Aranei: Salticidae) from the eastern Palaearctic
The unknown male of Synagelides zhilcovae Prószyński, 1979 is described for the first time, and the female is redescribed based on newly collected material.
Redescription And New Data On The Distribution Of A Poorly Known Pirate Spider Ermetus Inopinabilis (aranei: Mimetidae)
A poorly known species of pirate spider belonging to a monotypic genus, Ermetus inopinabilis Ponomarev, 2008, is redescribed in details based on types and other material. Digital photographs and SEM
The summation of fatigue damage
Conclusions1.Using the energy approach here proposed, we have derived an equation for the summation of fatigue damage. As rupture criterion we take part of the total energy dissipated by unit volume
A survey of East Palaearctic Gnaphosidae (Araneae). 1. On the Berlandina Dalmas, 1922 (Gnaphosinae) from Mongolia and adjacent regions.
Five new species of Berlandina Dalmas, 1922 are described from Mongolia and four species occurring in northern Asia (Kazakhstan-Mongolia) are split into 5 species groups.
A new species of Chalcoscirtus (Araneae: Salticidae) from Altai, South Siberia, Russia
A new species, Chalcoscirtus sinevi sp. n., from the Altai Mountains (South Siberia) is described on the basis of both sexes. The new species is closely related to C. grishkanae Marusik, 1988 from