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Sandokanidae

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Sandokanidae is a family of harvestmen in the suborder Laniatores, formerly referred to as Oncopodidae (the name was replaced because of the secondary homonymy of the type genus Oncopus, replaced by Sandokan; this made the change of family name mandatory) [1]

Name

The name of the type genus is based on the name of a fictional Bornean prince-pirate.[1]

Description

Sandokanidae range in body size from about 2–11 mm. Their legs are relatively short and stout. Most species are amber colored with some dark brown patterns. A few undescribed Gnomulus species are orange.[2]

Distribution

This family is known from Southeast Asia from Indonesia, almost reaching New Guinea on Waigeo, up north into the Himalayan region.[2]

Relationships

Sandokanidae are probably the sister group to all other Grassatores.[2]

Species

  • Sandokan Özdikmen & Kury, 2007 [1]

References

  1. ^ a b c Özdikmen, Hüseyin; Kury, Adriano Brilhante (2007). "Replacement Names for Oncopus and Oncopodidae (Arachnida, Opiliones)". Journal of Arachnology. 35 (2): 407–408. doi:10.1636/h05-46.1. S2CID 86046606.
  2. ^ a b c Schwendinger, Peter (2007): Oncopodidae. Kury & Pérez G., 2002. In: Pinto-da-Rocha et al. 2007: 211ff
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Sandokanidae: Brief Summary

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Sandokanidae is a family of harvestmen in the suborder Laniatores, formerly referred to as Oncopodidae (the name was replaced because of the secondary homonymy of the type genus Oncopus, replaced by Sandokan; this made the change of family name mandatory)

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Sandokanidae

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Les Sandokanidae sont une famille d'opilions laniatores, la seule de la super-famille des Sandokanoidea. On connaît plus de 70 espèces dans six genres.

Distribution

Les espèces de cette famille se rencontrent en Asie du Sud-Est, en Asie du Sud et en Asie de l'Est.

Liste des genres

Selon World Catalogue of Opiliones (13/10/2021)[1] :

Systématique et taxinomie

Cette famille a été décrite sous le nom Oncopodidae par Thorell en 1876, basée sur le genre préoccupé Oncopus. Elle est renommée Sandokanidae par Özdikmen et Kury en 2007[2].

Publication originale

  • Özdikmen & Kury, 2007 : « Replacement names for Oncopus and Oncopodidae (Arachnida, Opiliones). » The Journal of Arachnology, vol. 35, no 2, p. 407–408 (texte intégral).
  • Thorell, 1876 : « Descrizione di alcune specie di Opilioni dell' Arcipelago Malese appartenenti al Museo Civico di Genova. » Annali del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Genova, vol. 9, p. 111–138 (texte intégral).

Notes et références

  1. World Catalogue of Opiliones (WCO-Lite 2.3.0) consulté le 13 octobre 2021
  2. Özdikmen & Kury, 2007 : « Replacement names for Oncopus and Oncopodidae (Arachnida, Opiliones). » The Journal of Arachnology, vol. 35, no 2, p. 407–408 (texte intégral).
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Sandokanidae: Brief Summary

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Les Sandokanidae sont une famille d'opilions laniatores, la seule de la super-famille des Sandokanoidea. On connaît plus de 70 espèces dans six genres.

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