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Four Species of Jumping Spiders (Areaneae: Salticidae) from China

  • Xian-Jin Peng;Joo-Pil Kim
    • Animal cells and systems
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    • v.2 no.4
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    • pp.411-414
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    • 1998
  • One novel species, Phaeacius yunnanensis n. sp. and three species new to China, Brettus albolimbattus, Hyllus lacertosus and Ptocasius kinhi of the jumping spider.belonging to the family Salticidae, are described based on the materials collected from Yunnan Province, China. The new species is similar to Phaecius lancerarius, but can be distinguished by secondary conductor covers on the emblus. That of the latter below the emblous, retro1aterial tibial apophysis, is much more slender and with an abdominal pattern.

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A New Species of Genus Neon (Araneae, Salticidae) from Korea (한국산 Neon속(거미목, 깡충거미과)의 1신종)

  • Seo, Bo-Keun
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • v.11 no.3
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    • pp.323-327
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    • 1995
  • A new species, Neon rostratus n.sp., is descirbed withi illustrations. This species is closet to N. avalonus especially in the shapes of palpal organ and epigynum, but , in female, is readily separated by comparing the size of spermathecae, which is remarkably larger than that of N. avalonus, The male of N. roastratus can be clearly distinguished from other Neon-species by the tip structure of ejaculatory duct.

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Redescription and Multivariate Analysis of Genus Phintella (Araneae, Salticidae) from Korea (한국산 Phintella속(거미목, 깡충거미과)의 재기재와 다변량분석)

  • Bo-Keun Seo
    • Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.183-197
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    • 1995
  • Description and identifications of 6 species belonging to genus Phintella from Korea are in insufficient and inaccurate situation. In the present paper, redescriptions illustrations and identification key are provided for 7 species of genus Phintella including P. popovi newly recorded in Korean spider fauna, and Ocius munitus described by Wesolowska (1981s) was synonymized to P.cavaleriei. For the author's identiication and pairing to be valid multivariate analysis was performed with 13 RVCs below STD 0.05 to 134 individuals. The result of discriminant analysis carried out with 13 RVCs of 134 individuals was not satisfactory, but cluster analysis performed with mean ratio values of 14 OTUs to 13 RVCs showed the same result with author's pairing except P.abnormis , which has larger dissimilarity than the pairs of the others. So pairing of 7 species was possible as a whole because one species only failed in pairing , even though this is imperful result. This method to be helpful to pairing test and identification if it were to improve.

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