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A new ladybird spider from Hungary (Araneae, Eresidae).

Kovács G, Prazsák I, Eichardt J, Vári G, Gyurkovics H - Zookeys (2015)

Bottom Line: Eresushermani has an early spring copulation period, females have a light grey (grizzled) cephalothorax due to a heavy cover of lightly colored setae, and an epigyne with large flat areas posterior to the epigynal pit, while males are distinguished by a broad and blunt terminal tooth of the conductor.An updated and modified comparative table of Řezáč et al. (2008) to include all four Central European Eresus species, and a simple key to the species group's species are given.An annotated list of papers illustrating Eresushermani due to misidentifications is presented.

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Affiliation: Dózsa tér 4., Bordány, H-6795 Hungary.

ABSTRACT
According to the most recent taxonomic literature, three species of the genus Eresus are known in Central Europe, Eresuskollari, Eresussandaliatus and Eresusmoravicus. We recognized a fourth distinctive species from Hungary, which is described as Eresushermani sp. n. Eresushermani has an early spring copulation period, females have a light grey (grizzled) cephalothorax due to a heavy cover of lightly colored setae, and an epigyne with large flat areas posterior to the epigynal pit, while males are distinguished by a broad and blunt terminal tooth of the conductor. An updated and modified comparative table of Řezáč et al. (2008) to include all four Central European Eresus species, and a simple key to the species group's species are given. Habitus, epigyne, vulva and conductor of Eresuskollari, Eresusmoravicus and Eresussandaliatus are also illustrated. An annotated list of papers illustrating Eresushermani due to misidentifications is presented.

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Known localities of all three Eresus species occurring in Hungary.
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Figure 2: Known localities of all three Eresus species occurring in Hungary.

Mentions: Known from seven localities (Fig. 2): Budapest: Remete-hegy (locus typicus), Mátyás-hegy, Sas-hegy, Budaörs: Farkas-hegy, Érd: Fundoklia-völgy and Várpalota-Inota: Víztározó, Baglyas-hegy. With the exception of Érd: Fundoklia-völgy, Eresushermani proved to be syntopic with Eresuskollari, whereas all three Eresus sp. occurring in Hungary, Eresushermani, Eresuskollari and Eresusmoravicus are syntopic at Várpalota-Inota: Baglyas-hegy.


A new ladybird spider from Hungary (Araneae, Eresidae).

Kovács G, Prazsák I, Eichardt J, Vári G, Gyurkovics H - Zookeys (2015)

Known localities of all three Eresus species occurring in Hungary.
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Figure 2: Known localities of all three Eresus species occurring in Hungary.
Mentions: Known from seven localities (Fig. 2): Budapest: Remete-hegy (locus typicus), Mátyás-hegy, Sas-hegy, Budaörs: Farkas-hegy, Érd: Fundoklia-völgy and Várpalota-Inota: Víztározó, Baglyas-hegy. With the exception of Érd: Fundoklia-völgy, Eresushermani proved to be syntopic with Eresuskollari, whereas all three Eresus sp. occurring in Hungary, Eresushermani, Eresuskollari and Eresusmoravicus are syntopic at Várpalota-Inota: Baglyas-hegy.

Bottom Line: Eresushermani has an early spring copulation period, females have a light grey (grizzled) cephalothorax due to a heavy cover of lightly colored setae, and an epigyne with large flat areas posterior to the epigynal pit, while males are distinguished by a broad and blunt terminal tooth of the conductor.An updated and modified comparative table of Řezáč et al. (2008) to include all four Central European Eresus species, and a simple key to the species group's species are given.An annotated list of papers illustrating Eresushermani due to misidentifications is presented.

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Affiliation: Dózsa tér 4., Bordány, H-6795 Hungary.

ABSTRACT
According to the most recent taxonomic literature, three species of the genus Eresus are known in Central Europe, Eresuskollari, Eresussandaliatus and Eresusmoravicus. We recognized a fourth distinctive species from Hungary, which is described as Eresushermani sp. n. Eresushermani has an early spring copulation period, females have a light grey (grizzled) cephalothorax due to a heavy cover of lightly colored setae, and an epigyne with large flat areas posterior to the epigynal pit, while males are distinguished by a broad and blunt terminal tooth of the conductor. An updated and modified comparative table of Řezáč et al. (2008) to include all four Central European Eresus species, and a simple key to the species group's species are given. Habitus, epigyne, vulva and conductor of Eresuskollari, Eresusmoravicus and Eresussandaliatus are also illustrated. An annotated list of papers illustrating Eresushermani due to misidentifications is presented.

No MeSH data available.