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A GENERIC-LEVEL REVISION OF THE SPIDER SUBFAMILY COELOTINAE (ARANEAE, AMAUROBIIDAE)
Abstract The Holarctic coelotine spiders are revised at the generic level. Coelotine morphology, particularly genitalic morphology, is described, the subfamily and generic limits are defined, and aExpand
A revision of some spiders of the subfamily Coelotinae F. O. Pickard-cambridge 1898 from China: transfers, synonymies, and new species (Arachnida, Araneae, Amaurobiidae)
Twenty-eightspiderspeciesofCoelotinaefromChinaarereviewed.�Pireneitega Kishida 1955 isaseniorsynonymofParacoelotes Brignoli�1982�(syn.�n.).�Alistof�17�newcombinationsof�Expand
Phylogeny of entelegyne spiders: affinities of the family Penestomidae (NEW RANK), generic phylogeny of Eresidae, and asymmetric rates of change in spinning organ evolution (Araneae, Araneoidea,
Penestomine spiders were first described from females only and placed in the family Eresidae. Discovery of the male decades later brought surprises, especially in the morphology of the male pedipalp,Expand
A REVIEW OF THE CHINESE PSECHRIDAE (ARANEAE)
Abstract The Chinese psechrid spiders of the genera Fecenia and Psechrus are reviewed. The species Fecenia hainanensis is newly synonymized with F. cylindrata. The species P. mimus is considered aExpand
A revision of the genus Tamgrinia (Araneae : Amaurobiidae), with notes on amaurobiid spinnerets, tracheae and trichobothria
The spider genus Tamgrinia Lehtinen, 1967 currently includes three species from western China and the East Sikkim region of India: T. alveolifer (Schenkel, 1936), T. laticeps (Schenkel, 1936), and T.Expand
Revision of coelotine spiders from Nepal (Araneae : Amaurobiidae)
Coelotine spiders from Nepal are studied based on collections from the Himalaya Expeditions of J. Martens carried out in the years 1969, 1970, 1973, 1980, 1983, 1988 and 1995. In total, 38 NepaleseExpand
A review of Coelotinae epigynal teeth morphology, with descriptions of two species from China (Araneae: Amaurobiidae)
The morphology of the epigynal teeth of the spider subfamily Coelotinae is studied. Of the 460 coelotine species, 413 are known from females (261 have both sexes described and 152 have only femalesExpand
Lineacoelotes, a new genus of Coelotinae from China (Araneae: Amaurobiidae)
A new genus of Coelotinae, Lineacoelotes gen. nov., is described. Lineacoelotes includes five species from central and western China. The females of L. bicultratus (Chen, Zhao & Wang, 1991) comb.Expand
On the pseudoterrestris species group of the spider genus Coelotes (Araneae, Amaurobiidae)
Nine species of the spider genus Coelotes are described from China and Thailand, and assigned to the pseudoterrestris species group. Six of the species are described from both sexes (CoelotesExpand
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