Got Males?: The Enigmatic Goblin Spider Genus Triaeris (Araneae, Oonopidae)

@inproceedings{Franco2012GotMT,
  title={Got Males?: The Enigmatic Goblin Spider Genus Triaeris (Araneae, Oonopidae)},
  author={Francesca. Di Franco and Volker W. Framenau and Darrell Ubick and Wouter Fannes},
  year={2012}
}
ABSTRACT The type species of the goblin spider genus Triaeris Simon, T. stenaspis Simon, was originally described from Saint Vincent in the Lesser Antilles, but has attained a pantropical distribution and even has introduced populations living in European greenhouses. At least one of those European populations is parthenogenetic, and no males of the species have ever been found. Simon later assigned one additional species to the genus, T. equestris, from Principe; that species is also known… CONTINUE READING

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