Frontinellina frutetorum (C. L. Koch, 1834)

Bosmans, Robert, Cardoso, Pedro & Crespo, Luis Carlos, 2010, A review of the linyphiid spiders of Portugal, with the description of six new species (Araneae: Linyphiidae) 2473, Zootaxa 2473 (1), pp. 1-67 : 22

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.2473.1.1

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/03F58781-FFAC-EB67-5494-FF25B7053B7A

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Felipe

scientific name

Frontinellina frutetorum (C. L. Koch, 1834)
status

 

Frontinellina frutetorum (C. L. Koch, 1834)  

Description: van Helsdingen (1970: 70, figs 65–72), Bosmans (2006a: 134, figs 25–28).

Previous records: Braga: Minho (van Helsdingen 1970); Serra do Gerês, Terras de Bouro ( Bacelar 1928). Coimbra: Coimbra ( Bertkau 1893). Évora: Reguengos de Monsaraz, Herdade do Esporão ( Nobre & Meierrose 2000). Faro: Vila Real de Santo António (van Helsdingen 1970). Porto: Vila Nova de Gaia, Afurada (van Helsdingen 1970); Valongo ( Simon 1898). Setúbal: Arrábida NP, Vale da Rasca ( Cardoso et al. 2008a). Vila Real: Sabrosa, São Martinho de Anta ( Bacelar 1928). Viseu: Mangualde, Fagilde ( Bacelar 1927).

New records: Aveiro: Oliveira de Azeméis (CBM). Braga: Vila Nova de Famalicão , Joane (CBM); Vila Verde (CBM). Bragança: Douro Internacional NP, Freixo de Espada   à Cinta, Palão, 2 males, 2.V.2001 (CPC); Mogadouro, Bruçó, 1 male, 3.V.2001 (CPC). Coimbra: Paúl de Arzila NR, 2 males 1 female, 10.IV.2006, 1 male 4.IV.2008, 24 females, 28.V.2008, L. Crespo et al. leg. (CLC). Faro: road Marmelete-Casais, Ribeira de Alfambras , 1 male, on shrubs, 22.V.2007 (CRB); Vila Real de Santo António , Monte Gordo, 1 male, 18.IV.1982 (CJFM). Lisboa: Tapada de Mafra , 1 female, pine forest, 21.VIII.2001 (CGT). Porto: Gondomar, Rio Tinto (CBM); Valongo, S. Pedro da Cova (CBM). Santarém: Paúl do Boquilobo NR, Torres Novas, montado, 3 males 7 females, 19.III–16.IV.2002 (CPC). Setúbal: Arrábida NP, Mata do Vidal (CPC); Sesimbra, Terras do Risco (CPC)   .

Distribution: Palearctic.

Habitat type: On shrubs in different habitat types.

Phenology: Particularly abundant during March and April.