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A new candidate for a Gondwanaland distribution in the Zodariidae (Araneae): Australutica in Africa  [cached]
Rudy Jocqué
ZooKeys , 2008, DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.1.10
Abstract: Two new species of Australutica Jocqué, 1995, a genus formerly only known from Australia, are described from South Africa: A. africana n. sp. from Soutpansberg and A. normanlarseni n. sp. from the Cape Peninsula. The taxonomic position of the new species is discussed and a key to the species of Australutica is provided.
Hymenopteran parasitoids of the ant-eating spider Zodarion styliferum (Simon) (Araneae, Zodariidae)  [cached]
Stanislav Korenko,Stefan Schmidt,Martin Schwarz,Gary Gibson
ZooKeys , 2013, DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.262.3857
Abstract: Calymmochilus dispar Bou ek & Andriescu (Hymenoptera, Eupelmidae) and Gelis apterus (Pontoppidan) (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae) are newly recorded as parasitoids of the ant-eating spider Zodarion styliferum (Simon) (Araneae, Zodariidae). The larvae of both parasitoid species fed on juvenile spiders. The final instar larva and pupa of C. dispar and the male of G. apterus are described for the first time. Both species represent new distribution records for Portugal. The biology and host associations of the parasitoids are discussed.
贵州斯托蛛属一新种记述(蜘蛛目:拟平腹蛛科)
A New Species of the Genus Storenomorpha Simon, 1884 from Guizhou, China (Araneae, Zodariidae)
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蒋玄空,郭轩,余志刚,陈会明
- , 2016,
Abstract: 中文摘要:记述采自贵州省德江县斯托蛛属 Storenomorpha一新种,德江斯托蛛 Storenomorpha dejiangensis sp.nov.。该新种雄蛛近似于 S.abramovi Logunov,2010,主要区别特征是:引导器末端和中突末端明显较短,而近似种 S.abramovi Logunov,2010的较长。雌蛛主要根据纳精囊的盘绕方式和外雌器腹面花瓶状等特征区别于同属其他种。模式标本保存于贵州科学院生物研究所。
英文摘要:A new species, Storenomorpha dejiangensis sp. nov., collected from Dejiang county, Guizhou province, is described, photographed and illustrated. The type specimen are deposited in Institute of Biology, Guizhou Academy of Sciences, Guiyang, China. All measurements are given in mm. Storenomorpha dejiangensis sp. nov. Type material:Holotype♂, Qingzhuya, Nangan town, Dejiang county, Tongren city, Guizhou province, China, 107°53'48.3"E, 28°16'25.2"N, alt. 955 m, on the ground, 31 th May, 2016, 21:00-22:30, Jiang Xuankong leg. Paratypes:3♂♂4♀♀, the same data as holotype. Etymology:This specific name is derived from the type locality. Diagnosis:The males of the new species differ from other species in this genus except S. abramovi Logunov, 2010 (Logunov, 2010:258, Figs. 26~28) from Vietnam in having a long retrolateral tibial apophysis with sharp tip. It can be distinguished from S. abramovi Logunov, 2010 by the obviously short tip of conductor and median apophysis (Fig.1:1~2, Fig.2:1~2). The females can be distinguished from congeners by the relatively simple spermathecae (Fig.1:5, Fig.2:5) and the shape of the epigynum (Fig.1:4, Fig.2:4). 2016,35(6): 913-916 收稿日期:2016-08-09 DOI:10.11984/j.issn.1000-7083.20160215 分类号:Q959.226 基金项目:贵州科学院人才引进经费项目(2009-2);生物资源和环境大数据项目([2015]4013);贵州楠杆自然保护区综合科学考察项目(2016) 作者简介:蒋玄空(1993-),男,硕士,主要从事动物学研究,E-mail:antoma93@gmail.com *通讯作者:陈会明,E-mail:mei0601@126.com 参考文献: 喻浩, 金振宇, 刘凤想, 等. 2009. 中国斯托蛛属2新种记述(蜘蛛目:拟平腹蛛科)[J]. 蛛形学报, 18(1):11-17. J?ger P. 2007. Spiders from Laos with descriptions of new species (Arachnida:Araneae)[J]. Acta Arachnologica, 56(1):29-58. Jocqué R, Bosmans R. 1989. Revision of the genus Storenomorpha Simon (Araneae, Zodariidae)[J]. Spixiana, 12(2):125-134. Logunov DV. 2010. New species of Zodariidae (Arachnida:Aranei) from Vietnam[J]. Arthropoda Selecta, 19(4):249-260. Simon E. 1884. Arachnides recueillis en Birmanie par M. le chevalier J. B. Comotto et appartenant au Musée civique d'histoire naturelle de Gènes[J]. Annali del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Genova, 20:325-372. World Spider Catalog. 2016. Natural History Museum Bern[EB/OL].[2016-08-08]. http://wsc.nmbe.ch.version 17.5. Yin CM, Bao YH. 2008. Two new species of the spider genus Storenomorpha from China (Araneae, Zodariidae)[J]. Acta Arachnologica Sinica, 17(2):65-71. Zhang BS, Zhu MS. 2009. Two new species of the genus
On the Neotropical genus Cybaeodamus (Araneae, Zodariidae, Storeninae)
Lise, Arno A.;Ott, Ricardo;Rodrigues, Everton N. L.;
Iheringia. Série Zoologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0073-47212009000300005
Abstract: four new species of the spider genus cybaeodamus mello-leit?o, 1938 are described and illustrated: c. meridionalis sp. nov. from brazil and argentina, c. taim sp. nov. from brazil, argentina and uruguay, c. brescoviti sp. nov. and c. tocantins sp. nov. from setentrional region of brazil. for the species cybaeodamus enigmaticus (mello-leit?o, 1939), c. lycosoides (nicolet, 1849) and c. ornatus mello-leit?o, 1938, new illustrations based on the examination of the types are presented. the species cybaeodamus nigrovittatus mello-leit?o, 1941 which the holotype is an immature specimen, c. pallidus (mello-leit?o, 1943) which the type was not located, c. rastellifer (mello-leit?o, 1940) and c. scottae mello-leit?o, 1941, both described upon juvenile specimens, all from argentina, are considered as species inquirendae.
Intersexual Trophic Niche Partitioning in an Ant-Eating Spider (Araneae: Zodariidae)  [PDF]
Stano Pekár,Martina Marti?ová,Trine Bilde
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0014603
Abstract: Divergence in trophic niche between the sexes may function to reduce competition between the sexes (“intersexual niche partitioning hypothesis”), or may be result from differential selection among the sexes on maximizing reproductive output (“sexual selection hypothesis”). The latter may lead to higher energy demands in females driven by fecundity selection, while males invest in mate searching. We tested predictions of the two hypotheses underlying intersexual trophic niche partitioning in a natural population of spiders. Zodarion jozefienae spiders specialize on Messor barbarus ants that are polymorphic in body size and hence comprise potential trophic niches for the spider, making this system well-suited to study intersexual trophic niche partitioning.
On new species of Microdiores (Araneae, Zodariidae) from Central and East Africa  [cached]
Beno?t Nzigidahera,Rudy Jocqué
ZooKeys , 2010, DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.48.411
Abstract: The distribution of the genus Microdiores Jocque, 1987, so far only known from East Africa, is extended to Central Africa with the description of the new species, Microdiores rwegura sp. n. (♂) and M. violaceus sp. n. (♂♀), both from the Kibira National Park in Burundi. A third new species, M. aurantioviolaceus (♂), from northern Tanzania is described. The status of the genus is confirmed and a key to the males of the species is provided.
The Triangle spider – Hyptiotes paradoxus (Araneae: Uloboridae) Spider of the Year 2009  [PDF]
Kreuels, Martin
Arachnologische Mitteilungen , 2008, DOI: 10.5431/aramit3610
Abstract: Hyptiotes paradoxus (Araneae: Uloboridae) Spider of the Year 2009
The Vavilov-Cherenkov radiation by relict photon gas  [PDF]
S. G. Chefranov
Physics , 2010,
Abstract: Based on the new quantum Vavilov-Cherenkov,s radiation(VCR) theory (PRL,2004),it is stated the possibility of threshold realization in the modern epoch of the novel VCR effect by the relict photon gas, when it is traversed by relativistic particles of the cosmic rays with \gamma \geq \gamma_th \cong 2 \cdot 10^10, where \gamma^2 = 1 - \frac{V^2}{C^2}, v is the speed of particles, and c is the speed of the light in vacuum.
The large cave spider, Meta menardi (Araneae: Tetragnathidae), spider of the year 2012  [PDF]
H?rweg, Christoph,Blick, Theo,Zaenker, Stefan
Arachnologische Mitteilungen , 2011, DOI: 10.5431/aramit4214
Abstract: The large cave spider, Meta menardi (Araneae: Tetragnathidae), spider of the year 2012
Die Gemeine Labyrinthspinne, Agelena labyrinthica (Araneae: Agelenidae), Spinne des Jahres 2011  [PDF]
H?rweg, Christoph
Arachnologische Mitteilungen , 2011, DOI: 10.5431/aramit4109
Abstract: The common labyrinth spider, Agelena labyrinthica (Araneae: Agelenidae), spider of the year 2011
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