Las especies americanas de arañas de la familia Salticidae descriptas por Eugène Simon: Redescripciones basadas en los ejemplares típicos. Physis (C) A first record of the jumping spider genus Tanybelus (Salticidae: Salticinae: Salticidae Blackwall, . arañas de la familia Salticidae descriptas por. Two allopatric species of Coryphasia (Araneae: Salticidae), both described for the first Revisão das espécies sul-americanas de aranhas da família Salticidae .

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How to familua this article. Abdomen black, with a dorsal scutum. Uspachus patellaris Galiano, His descriptions, however, were very poor and no modern taxonomist has had until now the opportunity to examine type specimens of many of his species.

Chelicera dark brown, with one tooth on retromargin and two on promargin. II, figs 45; Galiano, Salticidxe type species of Pseudamphidraus Caporiacco, P.

Revista Brasileira de Biologia 8: Length of femur I 1. The following new combinations are established for the species formerly included in Uspachus: Uspachus bahiensis Galiano, Anterior eye row 1.

Jumping Spider – Aranha da família Salticidae

New combinations and synonymies in Salticidae Araneae. Noegus niger Caporiacco resembles N. Pseudamphidraus niger Caporiacco, ; Caporiacco, Revision of the spider genus Sitticus Simon, Aranei, Salticidae. Noegus vulpio Simon, ; Platnick, Romitia juquiaensis Galiano, comb. Romitia albipalpis Taczanowski,Romitia andina Taczanowski,Romitia bahiensis Galiano,Romitia colombiana Galiano,Romitia juquiaensis Galiano,Romitia ministerialis C.


Romitia albipalpis Taczanowski, comb. Uspachus juquiaensis Galiano, Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society 9: On the taxonomy of some neotropical species of jumping spiders described by Caporiacco Araneae, Salticidae. Revista del Museo de La Plata N.

Monitore Zoologico Italiano famipia Koch,Romitia misionensis Galiano, e Romitia patellaris Galiano, Amphidraus nigritarsis Simon, Romitia patellaris Galiano, comb. Endite, labium and sternum dark brown. Abdomen dark brown, dorsally variegated with dark brown and yellow. This structure is also present in the type species of Romitia, R. Palp brown, with a short tibia and a very elongated RTA, embolus short and curved Figs ; many white hairs dorsally on all the palpal articles.

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Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society 5: The abbreviations used throughout the text are: It is possible that the distal lamella in Romitia is homologous to the “denticles” or the “tegular projections” present in some species of Pachomius see GALIANOfigs, and that some features delimiting Romitialike the transverse epigynal furrow, although apomorphic for the lineage, can turn Pachomius into a paraphyletic cluster, suggesting that both genera should be synonymized in the future.


Diagnosi preliminari de specie nuove di aracnidi della Guiana Brittanica raccolte dai professori Beccari e Romiti. Alguns novos salticidas do Brasil Araneae, Salticidae.

The genus Uspachus Galiano, is synonymized with Romitia Caporiacco, and the male of its type species, R. Avalable on line at: Pseudattulus kratochvili Caporiacco, Herein, five new synonymies and nine new combinations in the family Salticidae are reported. Amycoida incertae sedis Marma Simon, Marma Simon, Abdomen dark brown, with a median dorsal tuft of white hairs close to the spinnerets.


Endite, labium and sternum brown. Marma trifidocarinata Caporiacco, Romitia nigra Caporiacco differs from all the remaining species of the genus by having a distal lamella as long as the embolus that crosses over the embolus of the male palp in ventral view Fig. Pseudamphidraus niger Caporiacco, Notes on the Venezuelan jumping spiders described by Caporiacco Araneae, Salticidae. Koch,Romitia misionensis Galiano, and Romitia patellaris Galiano,