Four new species of Drymusa Simon (Araneae, Drymusidae) from Brazilian Oriental Amazonia

@article{Bonaldo2006FourNS,
  title={Four new species of Drymusa Simon (Araneae, Drymusidae) from Brazilian Oriental Amazonia},
  author={A. Bonaldo and C. Rheims and A. D. Brescovit},
  journal={Revista Brasileira De Zoologia},
  year={2006},
  volume={23},
  pages={455-459}
}
Four new species of Drymusa Simon, 1891 are described from the Oriental Amazonia, namely: Drymusa tobyi sp. nov., D. philomatica sp. nov., D. colligata sp. nov., and D. spelunca sp. nov., all from the state of Para, Brazil. 

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