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Hersiliola sternbergsi

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Hersiliola sternbergsi est une espèce d'araignées aranéomorphes de la famille des Hersiliidae[1].

Distribution

Cette espèce se rencontre[1],[2] :

Description

Les males mesurent entre 4,6 et 5,4 mm et les femelles entre 5,0 et 5,2 mm[2]

Étymologie

Cette espèce est nommée en l'honneur d'arachnologiste letton Maris Šternbergs (1940-1996)[2].

Publication originale

  • Marusik & Fet, 2009 : A survey of east Palearctic Hersiliola Thorell, 1870 (Araneae, Hersiliidae), with a description of three new genera. ZooKeys, no 16, p. 75-114 (texte intégral).

Notes et références

  1. a et b WSC, consulté lors d'une mise à jour du lien externe
  2. a b et c Marusik & Fet, 2009 : A survey of east Palearctic Hersiliola Thorell, 1870 (Araneae, Hersiliidae), with a description of three new genera. ZooKeys, no 16, p. 75-114 (texte intégral).
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Hersiliola sternbergsi: Brief Summary

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Hersiliola sternbergsi est une espèce d'araignées aranéomorphes de la famille des Hersiliidae.

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Description

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Description. Male. Total length 4.6-5.4. Carapace 1.85 long, 2.0 wide, femur I 3.5, femur I/carapace length ratio 1.89. Colouration as in female. Palp as in Figs 3.2, 4.3, 5.3, 6.4-5, tip of cymbium as long as height of tegulum; seminal duct thick; embolus filiform, makes one coil (360°); embolus base located at 11-11:30 hrs; tegular apophysis located almost at the center of the tegulum.
Female. Total length 5.0-5.2. Carapace 1.6-1.95 long, 1.8-2.05 (wider than long), femur I 2.5-2.85, femur I/carapace length ratio 1.46-1.56. Pattern distinct, composed by wide dark marginal bands, radial spots, transverse spot on median grove and V-shaped mark behind eyes. Abdomen with a heart spot and four pairs of transverse bands. The upper transverse band originates from the heart spot. Sides of abdomen with dark spots. Epigyne as in Figs 7.7-9, 8.2, with a distinct median plate and windows, proportions of median plate and windows variable; insemination duct makes one coil around fertilization duct; insemination duct terminates on ventral side of the spermatheca.
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A survey of East Palaearctic Hersiliola Thorell, 1870 (Araneae, Hersiliidae), with a description of three new genera.
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Distribution

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Distribution. Turkmenistan (lowland deserts from the Caspian Sea to Amudarya Valley), Uzbekistan (west, Kizylkum Desert).
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