Nasoona asocialis ( Wunderlich, 1974 )

Tanasevitch, Andrei V., 2020, On linyphiid spiders from Java, Indonesia, with the description of three new genera and four new species (Araneae: Linyphiidae), Revue suisse de Zoologie 127 (1), pp. 63-74 : 71

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.35929/RSZ.0006

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5743677

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Nasoona asocialis ( Wunderlich, 1974 )
status

 

Nasoona asocialis ( Wunderlich, 1974)  

Walckenaeria caobangensis Tu & Li, 2004   , syn. nov.

For other synonyms and combinations see World Spider Catalog (2019).

Remarks: Nasoona asocialis   was described from a female from the Nepal Himalayas and originally placed in Oedothorax ( Wunderlich, 1974)   . Later this species was described for a second time from a single male as Gorbothorax ungibbus Tanasevitch, 1998   from the same mountain region ( Tanasevitch, 1998). The species is widely distributed in the Oriental Region: China, Nepal, India, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Malaysia (mainland), Indonesia (Bali, Java) ( World Spider Catalog, 2019). Walckenaeria caobangensis   was described on the basis of a female from Cao Bang Province, northern Vietnam ( Tu & Li, 2004). The original description and figures of carapace, epigyne and vulva clearly show that W. caobangensis   is conspecific with Nasoona asocialis   and therefore a junior synonym. The synonymy is indirectly supported by the fact that N. asocialis   is known from Xishuangbanna, southern China ( Zhao & Li, 2014) and from northern Laos ( Tanasevitch, 2014), territories close to the type locality of W. caobangensis   . The species in known on Java from the Ijen Mts, 950 m a.s.l. ( Tanasevitch, 2017a).

Range: Oriental.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Linyphiidae

Genus

Nasoona

Loc

Nasoona asocialis ( Wunderlich, 1974 )

Tanasevitch, Andrei V. 2020
2020
Loc

Walckenaeria caobangensis

Tu & Li 2004
2004