Agelenids of the World

Systematics and Taxonomy of Agelenidae, a Worldwide distributed Spider Family

Uber bemerkenswete Spinnen des Parc National du Mercantour (F) und seiner Umgebung (Arachnida: Araneae). Mit Anmerkungen zum Endemismus in der Spinnenfauna der Meeralpen

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:1988
Authors:R. Maurer, Thaler K.
Journal:Revue Suisse de Zoologie
Date Published:1988
ISBN Number:0035-418X
Keywords:Alps, Araneae (Arachnida)., Araneae [France / / South, Cybaeus vignai - Brignoli 1977 (Araneae): [Description, Male, first time, described, p. 334]., distribution, Eurasia, Europe, Land zones, Lepthyphantes agnellus (Araneae): [Sp nov, France, P. 338, fig'd]., New taxa, Nomenclature, origins & systematics]., Palaearctic region, Systematics

-New datas on some little known (and partly endemic) spiders are presented: Vesubia jugorum (Simon) (Lycosidae), Coelotes osellai De Blauwe, C. pabulator Simon, C. poweri Simon, Cybaeus vignai Brignoli ? (description of the male), Tegenaria ligurica Simon (Agelenidae), Louisfagea rupicola (Simon), Centromerus pasquinii Brignoli, Lepthyphantes agenellus n. sp., Turinyphia Clairi (Simon) (Linyphiidae). The origin of the rich endemic spider fauna of this region of the Alps is discussed. Special reference is given to new dates on Tertiary and Quarternary climatic evolution in Europe with its influences on landscape and biosphere.

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