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J. Wunderlich 2004

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J. Wunderlich. 2004. Fossil spiders (Araneae) of the family Zodariidae in Baltic amber, with remarks on their subfamilies including the Cryptothelinae and the Homalonychinae. In J. Wunderlich (ed.), Beiträge zur Araneologie 3:1578-1611 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
Metadata
ID number:  47846
Created:  2013-08-04 03:04:38
Publication type:  book chapter
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (18) - view classification
'Adorator brevipes is a subjective synonym of Adorator hispidus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Adorator belongs to Zodariinae' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Angusdarion humilis belongs to Angusdarion' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Angusdarion belongs to Zodariinae' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Anniculus balticus belongs to Anniculus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Anniculus belongs to Zodariinae' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Eocydrele mortua belongs to Eocydrele' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Eocydrele belongs to Zodariinae' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Eresus curtipes is a subjective synonym of Adorator hispidus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Eresus monachus is a subjective synonym of Adorator hispidus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Segestria cylindrica is a subjective synonym of Adorator hispidus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Spinizodarion ananulum belongs to Spinizodarion' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Spinizodarion belongs to Zodariinae' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Storenomorphinae belongs to Zodariidae' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Therea hispida is recombined as Adorator hispidus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Zodariinae belongs to Zodariidae' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Zodariodamus recurvatus belongs to Zodariodamus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Zodariodamus belongs to Storenomorphinae' according to J. Wunderlich 2004