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Five new species of Phintella Strand, 1906 (Araneae, Salticidae) from the Wuling Mountains, China.

Huang Y, Wang C, Peng XJ - Zookeys (2015)

Bottom Line: Five new species of Phintella are described from the Wuling Mountains, China: Phintellaarcuata sp. n. (male and female), Phintellalevii sp. n. (female), Phintellapanda sp. n. (female), Phintellapulcherrima sp. n. (male and female), and Phintellawulingensis sp. n. (female).Distribution data, detailed morphological characteristics, and illustrations of body and genital organs are presented.

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Affiliation: College of Life Sciences, Hunan Normal University, Changsha, Hunan 410081, China.

ABSTRACT
Five new species of Phintella are described from the Wuling Mountains, China: Phintellaarcuata sp. n. (male and female), Phintellalevii sp. n. (female), Phintellapanda sp. n. (female), Phintellapulcherrima sp. n. (male and female), and Phintellawulingensis sp. n. (female). Distribution data, detailed morphological characteristics, and illustrations of body and genital organs are presented.

No MeSH data available.


Phintellaarcuata sp. n., A male palp, ventral view B male palp, retrolateral view C left chelicerae of male, posterior view D epigyne, ventral view E vulva, dorsal view. AM atrium margin BP basal plate CD copulatory duct E embolus FD fertilization duct LP lamellar process PL posterior lobe PS poriform structure RTA retrolateral tibial apophysis TB tegulum bump TSDA terminal sperm duct angle S spermathecae. Scale bars: 0.1 mm (A–E).
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Figure 3: Phintellaarcuata sp. n., A male palp, ventral view B male palp, retrolateral view C left chelicerae of male, posterior view D epigyne, ventral view E vulva, dorsal view. AM atrium margin BP basal plate CD copulatory duct E embolus FD fertilization duct LP lamellar process PL posterior lobe PS poriform structure RTA retrolateral tibial apophysis TB tegulum bump TSDA terminal sperm duct angle S spermathecae. Scale bars: 0.1 mm (A–E).

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Five new species of Phintella Strand, 1906 (Araneae, Salticidae) from the Wuling Mountains, China.

Huang Y, Wang C, Peng XJ - Zookeys (2015)

Phintellaarcuata sp. n., A male palp, ventral view B male palp, retrolateral view C left chelicerae of male, posterior view D epigyne, ventral view E vulva, dorsal view. AM atrium margin BP basal plate CD copulatory duct E embolus FD fertilization duct LP lamellar process PL posterior lobe PS poriform structure RTA retrolateral tibial apophysis TB tegulum bump TSDA terminal sperm duct angle S spermathecae. Scale bars: 0.1 mm (A–E).
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Figure 3: Phintellaarcuata sp. n., A male palp, ventral view B male palp, retrolateral view C left chelicerae of male, posterior view D epigyne, ventral view E vulva, dorsal view. AM atrium margin BP basal plate CD copulatory duct E embolus FD fertilization duct LP lamellar process PL posterior lobe PS poriform structure RTA retrolateral tibial apophysis TB tegulum bump TSDA terminal sperm duct angle S spermathecae. Scale bars: 0.1 mm (A–E).
Mentions: Figs 1, 2, 3

Bottom Line: Five new species of Phintella are described from the Wuling Mountains, China: Phintellaarcuata sp. n. (male and female), Phintellalevii sp. n. (female), Phintellapanda sp. n. (female), Phintellapulcherrima sp. n. (male and female), and Phintellawulingensis sp. n. (female).Distribution data, detailed morphological characteristics, and illustrations of body and genital organs are presented.

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Affiliation: College of Life Sciences, Hunan Normal University, Changsha, Hunan 410081, China.

ABSTRACT
Five new species of Phintella are described from the Wuling Mountains, China: Phintellaarcuata sp. n. (male and female), Phintellalevii sp. n. (female), Phintellapanda sp. n. (female), Phintellapulcherrima sp. n. (male and female), and Phintellawulingensis sp. n. (female). Distribution data, detailed morphological characteristics, and illustrations of body and genital organs are presented.

No MeSH data available.