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2 edition of revision of the Mygalomorph spider genus Neocteniza (Araneae, Actinopodidae) found in the catalog.

revision of the Mygalomorph spider genus Neocteniza (Araneae, Actinopodidae)

Norman I. Platnick

revision of the Mygalomorph spider genus Neocteniza (Araneae, Actinopodidae)

by Norman I. Platnick

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Published by American Museum of Natural History in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Latin America.
    • Subjects:
    • Neocteniza.,
    • Arachnida -- Classification.,
    • Arachnida -- Latin America.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementNorman I. Platnick and Mohammad U. Shadab.
      SeriesAmerican Museum novitates ; no. 2603
      ContributionsShadab, Mohammad Umar, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL1 .A436 no. 2603, QL458.42.A28 .A436 no. 2603
      The Physical Object
      Pagination19 p. :
      Number of Pages19
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4950546M
      LC Control Number76378692

      Mygalomorph spiders, which include the tarantulas, trapdoor spiders, and other less well-known groups, represent one of three main spider lineages (Fig. 1A).Although mygalomorphs retain some features that are plesiomorphic in spiders (e.g., two pairs of book lungs), several characters support mygalomorph monophyly, and this monophyly has not been seriously questioned (see Coddington et al Cited by: A new species of the mygalomorph spider genus Yilgarnia from the Western Australian wheatbelt (Araneae: Nemesiidae) WA Museum Records and Supplements | Updated 3 years ago. ABSTRACT – A new species of Yilgarnia Main from the Central wheatbelt of Western Australia is described. Natural historv notes are presented and recognition stated of a wider geographic distribution of the genus than Cited by: 4.

      Mygalomorph spiders constitute a moderately diverse group including more than 2, described species, currently classified into over genera and 15 families. Familiar mygalomorphs include tarantulas (also called baboon spiders) and trapdoor spiders, but . A revision of the spider genus Loxosceles Heinecken & Lowe, (Araneae: Scytodidae) in southern Africa with notes on the natural history and morphology. J. ent. Soc. sth Afr. Nishikawa, Y. Preliminary notes on the geographical distribution and variation .

      This looks like a primitive Mygalomorph Spider, a member of the Infraorder Mygalomorphae, the group that includes Tarantulas and Trapdoor Spiders. We believe your individual is a Trapdoor Spider. It does not look too dissimilar from the Horned Trapdoor Spider, Stasimopus filmeri, and other members of the genus pictured on iSpot. A TRIASSIC MYGALOMORPH SPIDER FROM THE NORTH ER N VOSGES, FRANCE by P AUL A. SELDEN lind JEAN-CLAUDE GA LL new mygalomorph genus is described. exceptionally preserved in the middle Triassic (Anisian) GrCs (lle gNwl'ogeli is the only known species of spider living in this Triassic landscape.


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Revision of the Mygalomorph spider genus Neocteniza (Araneae, Actinopodidae) by Norman I. Platnick Download PDF EPUB FB2

"The seven known species of Neocteniza are diagnosed and described; a male of the genus is reported for the first time. On the basis of shared derived characters it is concluded that the Actinopodidae and Migidae are sister groups and that of the three known genera of Actinopodidae, Actinopus and Missulena together constitute the sister group of Neocteniza.

A revision of the mygalomorph spider genus Monodontium Kulczynski (Barychelidae: Araneae) Article (PDF Available) in The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 56(1) February with ReadsAuthor: Robert John Raven.

The Mygalomorphae, or mygalomorphs, are an infraorder of name is derived from the Greek mygalē, meaning "shrew", plus morphē meaning form or shape. An older name for the group is Orthognatha, derived from the orientation of the fangs which point straight down and do not cross each other (as they do in the araneomorphs).InCharles Athanase Walckenaer separated Class: Arachnida.

A revision of the American funnel-web mygalomorph spider genus Euagrus (Araneae, Dipluridae). Bulletin of the AMNH ; v.article 3. Australian Mygalomorph groups include trapdoor, funnelweb, wishbone, curtain-web and mouse spiders. One group, the Australian Theraphosids or tarantulas, are also known as whistling spiders.

Mygalomorphs are mostly heavily built, often quite slow moving and are burrow-dwelling. Mygalomorph Spiders: Part 1, Tricky Assassins. Hussein style; shuttered in the back end of a dank hole in the dirt.

If Peter Parker had been bitten by a radioactive mygalomorph spider, his main superpower would be the ability to sit motionless for days in a pitch black cavern while letting New York City burn. the spiders in the genus. The Mygalomorph Spider Genus Atypoides (Araneae: Antrodiaetidae) Article (PDF Available) in Psyche A Journal of Entomology 75(2) January with 26 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Systematics of the Mygalomorph Spider Genus Masteria (Masteriinae: Dipluridae: Arachnids) R. Raven Queensland Museum, Gregory Terrace, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Qld Abstract Masteria is regarded as the senior subjective synonym of Accola and Antrochares, and is recognized as a subfamily in the Dipluridae.

A revision of the neotropical spider genus Apodrassodes (Araneae, Gnaphosidae) [Norman I. Shadab, Mohammad Umar. Platnick] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Platnick, Norman I. Shadab, Mohammad Umar.

A revision of the spider genus Gnaphosa (Araneae, Gnaphosidae) in America. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 1–66, figs. 1–, maps 1– Platnick, N. A revision of the Holarctic spider genus Callilepis (Araneae, Gnaphosidae). American Museum Novitates 1–32, figs. 1–73, table 1, maps 1–4.

Mygalomorphae[‚migəlō′mȯr‚fē] (invertebrate zoology) A suborder of spiders (Araneida) including American tarantulas, trap-door spiders, and purse-web spiders; the tarantulas may attain a leg span of 10 inches (25 centimeters). Mygalomorphae a suborder of large spiders.

The trunk and legs are hairy; each chelicera is subchelate and has an. Full text of "Systematics and natural history of the mygalomorph spider genus Antrodiaetus and related genera (Araneae: Antrodiaetidae)" See other formats. Mating behaviour and silk use in (some) mygalomorphs.

So in my ‘intro to spider systematics’ post, I wrote that most of the Mygalomorphae are tarantulas. This is not actually true when you consider total numbers of the mygalomorph species (in 16 families), species are in the family Theraphosidae (tarantulas), so that’s actually only about 34%. Zonstein SL.

() Two new species of the mygalomorph spider genus Raveniola Zonstein, (Araneae, Nemesiidae) from southwestern Asia. Tethys Entomological Research 2: 49– Zonstein SL. () Notes on allocation of the mygalomorph spider genus Anemesia Pocock, (Araneae), with description of a new congener from by: 8.

Book lung--respiratory structure made up of thin, flat folds of tissue arranged like a book's pages. Setae--stiff, bristle like structure serving as organs of touch, hearing and smell 3. Chelicerae--pair of appendages used for seizing and crushing prey 4.

Pedipalps--pair of appendages that assist chelicerae in their jobs and guide food toward the arachnid's mouth.

Atypus karschi is a mygalomorph spider found in Japan, China, and Taiwan. These spiders are black or dark brown and range from 17 to 20 mm ( to in). Like other spiders in its infraorder, it has fangs that point straight down rather than crossing.

This spider has an unusual : Atypidae. A revision of the bispinosus and bicolor groups of the spider genus Trachelas (Araneae, Clubionidae) in North and Central America and the West Indies.

American Museum novitates ; no. View Metadata. These spiders, from the sub-order Orthognatha (Mygalomorphae) or primitive spiders, are famous for their falsely suggested "deadly" bites. More about the exaggerated poisonous of these and other spiders can be read here.

The bird-eating spider and Tarantula, which is a common name for these spiders, the Goliath spider (Theraposa blondi) which is the largest spider on the world with a leg span.

Mygalomorph spiders and the trapdoor spider genus Myrmekiaphila. The trapdoor spider genus Myrmekiaphila Atkinson Bond and Platnick, in their revision, resolved the taxonomy of the genus and described six new species.

As already discussed, species delimitation within the group was based entirely on male morphological features Cited by: Background The infraorder Mygalomorphae (i.e., trapdoor spiders, tarantulas, funnel web spiders, etc.) is one of three main lineages of spiders.

Comprising 15 families, genera, and over 2, species, the group is a diverse assemblage that has retained a number of features considered primitive for spiders. Despite an evolutionary history dating back to the lower Triassic, the group has Cited by:.

The Mesothelae are a suborder of spiders (order Araneae) that includes a single living (extant) family, Liphistiidae, and a number of extinct suborder is thought to form the sister group to all other living spiders, and to retain ancestral characters, such as a segmented abdomen with spinnerets in the middle and two pairs of book : Arachnida.ABSTRACT – Swolnpes, a new genus in the mygalomorph spider family Nemesiidae, is described from the Great Victoria Desert and the Morgan Ranges in south-eastern Western Australia.

Swolnpes includes two new species, S. darwini (type species) and S. morganensis, both of .to knowledge of mygalomorph spiders and is a respected friend of the first author.

A new species of the mygalomorph spider genus Raveniola Zonstein, (Araneae; Nemesiidae) from Turkey Figure 1. (a) Raveniola arthuri n. sp., dorsal view (scale bar: mm); (b) Ditto, ventral view of .