Agelenids of the World

Systematics and Taxonomy of Agelenidae, a Worldwide distributed Spider Family

On the Spiders of Scotland

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:1877
Authors:O. P. Cambridge
Pagination:pp. 154-159, 174-181
Date Published:1877
Keywords:Agelenidae, Agelenidae (Araneae)., Biology, Dictynidae, Dictynidae (Araneae)., Drassidae, Drassidae (Araneae)., Dysderidae, Dysderidae (Araneae)., Linyphia, Linyphia (Araneae)., Lycosidae, Lycosidae (Araneae)., Salticidae, Salticidae (Araneae)., Theridiidae, Theridiidae (Araneae)., Thomisidae (Araneae)., Thomisidae [Zoology / / ].

Contains a review of all the work hitherto done in respect to Scotch Araneology, with a list of species; the localities are added, with the names of the collectors of each species. 9 families are represented, Dysderidae, Drassidae, Dictynidae, Agelenidae, Theridiidae, Epeiridae, Thomisidae, Lycosidae, Salticidae, comprising 53 genera, and numbering 213 species, of which however 102 are contained in 3 genera of Theridiidae, viz., Neriene 37, Walckeneara 28, and Linyphia 37.

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