A survey of east Palaearctic Lycosidae (Araneae). I. On three closely related species of the Pardosa falcata-group

@article{Marusik2003ASO,
  title={A survey of east Palaearctic Lycosidae (Araneae). I. On three closely related species of the Pardosa falcata-group},
  author={Yuri M. Marusik and Elchin F. Guseinov and Seppo Koponen},
  journal={Acta Arachnologica},
  year={2003},
  volume={52},
  pages={43-50}
}
Three closely related species, Pardosa azerifalcata sp. n. (SE Azerbaijan), P. jergeniensis Ponomarev 1979 (northern Ciscaspia) and P. falcata Schenkel 1963 (northern China and Mongolia), represent a separate species group. Illustrated descriptions of the three species are given. P. donabila Roewer 1955 (Iran) may belong to this group as well. P. falcata was found to be a senior synonym of P. crucifera Schenkel 1963 syn. II. P. falcata was reported from Mongolia for the first time. 

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