New Orchestina Simon , 1882 ( Araneae : Oonopidae ) from Cretaceous Ambers of Spain and France : First Spiders Described Using Phase-contrast X-ray Synchrotron Microtomography

@inproceedings{Saupe2011NewOS,
  title={New Orchestina Simon , 1882 ( Araneae : Oonopidae ) from Cretaceous Ambers of Spain and France : First Spiders Described Using Phase-contrast X-ray Synchrotron Microtomography},
  author={Erin E Saupe and - RICARDOP{\'E}REZ and Fuente and Paul A Selden and Xavier Delcl{\`o}s and Paul Tafforeau and C. Soriano},
  year={2011}
}
Two new species of Orchestina (Araneae: Oonopidae) are described as O. gappi sp. nov. and O. rabagensis sp. nov. from the Cretaceous of France and Spain, respectively. Two additional specimens from Spain are placed within Orchestina but not assigned to species. These formal descriptions are the oldest for the genus and the family Oonopidae. The discovery of these older Orchestina is not surprising, as the genus is considered a basal member of the Oonopidae and one of the most diverse and long… CONTINUE READING
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