Hadronyche anzses Raven

Gray, Michael R., 2010, A Revision of the Australian Funnel-web Spiders (Hexathelidae: Atracinae), Records of the Australian Museum 62 (3), pp. 285-392: 385

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.3853/j.0067-1975.62.2010.1556

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/163F87D5-FF8F-FFC1-C697-93C55434F813

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Felipe

scientific name

Hadronyche anzses Raven
status

 

Hadronyche anzses Raven  

Hadronyche anzses Raven, 2000: 225  

Types. Holotype male: QMB S18825 View Materials .Mossman Bluff summit, 10Km west Figure 102. Hadronyche monteithi   , male: (A) spinnerets; (B) of Mosman, 16°26'54"S 145°16'59"E, N.E. Queensland, 20 December cephalothorax and chelicerae, lateral; (C) cheliceral groove teeth; 1989– 15 January 1990, G. Monteith, G. Thompson and ANZSES (D) palpal organ; (E) leg II, prolateral; (F) palp, prolateral; (G) Expedition. cephalothorax and chelicerae, dorsal; (H) sternum, labium and maxilla. Scale lines 1 mm. Diagnosis. CL 5.31 (male). Small atracine spiders. Differs from other lamingtonensis   group species in having only a few basal teeth (3) on the cheliceral promargin (Raven,

2000, Fig. 1G View Figure 1 ) and metatarsus I with fewer spines (c. 10);

and from H. raveni   and H. lamingtonensis   by tarsi III, IV swollen, “boat-shaped”.

Distribution. Known only from the type locality.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Atracidae

Genus

Hadronyche

Loc

Hadronyche anzses Raven

Gray, Michael R. 2010
2010
Loc

Hadronyche monteithi

Gray 2010
2010
Loc

lamingtonensis

Gray 2010
2010
Loc

Hadronyche anzses

Raven 2000: 225
2000