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A revision of some spiders of the subfamily Coelotinae F. O. Pickard-cambridge 1898 from China: transfers, synonymies, and new species (Arachnida, Araneae, Amaurobiidae)

  title={A revision of some spiders of the subfamily Coelotinae F. O. Pickard-cambridge 1898 from China: transfers, synonymies, and new species (Arachnida, Araneae, Amaurobiidae)},
  author={Xin-ping Wang},
Twenty-eightspiderspeciesofCoelotinaefromChinaarereviewed.�Pireneitega Kishida 1955 isaseniorsynonymofParacoelotes Brignoli�1982�(syn.�n.).�Alistof�17�newcombinationsof� formerParacoelotesspp.�isprovided.�PreviousresearchbynishiKaWa & ono (2004)�indicatedthat� Iwogumoa Kishida�1955�isaseniorsynonymofAsiacoelotes Wang�2002.�Coelotes amygdalifor- mis Zhu & Wang�1991�isajuniorsynonymofTegenaria domestica�(ClerCK�1757),�andCoelotes magnidentatus sChenKel�1963­�isajuniorsynonymofCoelotes microps… 

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