A Revision and Cladistic Analysis of the Spider Family Pimoidae (Araneoidea: Araneae)

@inproceedings{Hormiga1994ARA,
  title={A Revision and Cladistic Analysis of the Spider Family Pimoidae (Araneoidea: Araneae)},
  author={Gustavo Hormiga},
  year={1994}
}
Hormiga, Gustavo. A Revision and Cladistic Analysis of the Spider Family Pimoidae (Araneoidea: Araneae). Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, 549, 104 pages, 442 figures, 1 table, 1994.—The spider family Pimoidae is revised at the species level. Twenty-one species, including 11 new species, are recognized in the Pimoidae. All species, including those under the junior synonym Louisfagea (Fage), are grouped in the genus Pimoa Chamberlin and Ivie. Pimoids are distributed in western North America… 
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