By Mark S Harvey
This authoritative catalogue will tremendously support readers find the right kind taxonomic identify for any given kin, genus or species inside of all the six arachnid orders taken care of. It features a necessary precis of bibliographic details, permitting readers to entry the global literature for those smaller orders.
The catalogue provides complete bibliographic information on all the taxa named so far, treating over 1600 species. It includes the most up-tp-date class method for every crew, a few of that have now not been catalogued on a global scale for over 70 years. A precis of taxonomic adjustments is included.
This caliber reference could be of big worth to arachnologists, systematists, taxonomists, ecologists and biodiversity execs, particularly these drawn to tropical rainforest groups.
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Distribution: Dominican Republic. Phrynus levii Quintero Phrynus levii Quintero, 1981: 143–144, figs 66–71, 121, 138–140, 161, map 1; Peck, 1993: 42; Weygoldt, 1994: 245; Ávila Calvo and Armas, 1997: 32; Armas, 2000a: 138. Not Phrynus levii Quintero: Armas and Ramírez, 1989: 2–3 (misidentification, see Phrynus hispaniolae Armas and González). Type localities: of Tarantula gervaisii: Magdalena, Colombia. of Phrynus caracasanus: Caracas, Distrito Federal, Venezuela. Distribution: Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guyana, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela.
E. , L. del R. (1986b). Notas sobre los crecimientos alométricos en poblaciones del género Heterophrynus (Arachnida, Amblypygi). Boletin de la Museo de Ciencias Naturales Universidad de la Salle 2(1): 23–35. T. (1998). The Chelicerata. T. ), Invertebrate zoology: 319–342.
Paraphrynus raptator (Pocock) Type locality: Cuba. Distribution: Cuba. Hemiphrynus raptator Pocock, 1902c: 54, plate 11 figs 3, 3a-g; Franganillo, 1926: 67; Franganillo, 1936: 153. L. Koch): Muma, 1967: 23, fig. 17 (misidentification). Paraphrynus raptator (Pocock): Mullinex, 1975: 10–12, figs 7, 8a-h; Reddell, 1981: fig. 24; Quintero, 1983a: 11–12, figs 2b, 12a; Armas and Alayón, 1984: 5; Weygoldt, 1994: 244; Vázquez Rojas, 1995: 29 (as Paraphrynus raptator [sic]); Vázquez Rojas, 1996: 72; Ávila Calvo and Armas, 1997: 31; Armas, 2000c: 57–58, figs 3a-d (figure 3 incorrectly transposed with figure 1).