Callilepis imbecilla (Keyserling, 1887),

Dean, David Allen, 2016, Catalogue of Texas spiders, ZooKeys 570, pp. 1-703: 131-132

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.570.6095

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:CE0DA439-F6F6-4DCF-8225-5700A3C50098

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/57F21D92-6104-940D-61E8-085B24FBD272

treatment provided by

ZooKeys by Pensoft

scientific name

Callilepis imbecilla (Keyserling, 1887)
status

 

Callilepis imbecilla (Keyserling, 1887) 

Callilepis imbecilla  Agnew et al. 1985: 7; Bowen et al. 2004: 187; Jackman 1997: 163; Kaston 1978: 202; Platnick 1975a: 13 [S], mf, desc. (figs 22-28); Platnick and Dondale 1992: 195, desc. (figs 294-296); Trevino 2014: 11; Yantis 2005: 196, 199

Callilepis munda  Chamberlin, 1936; Chamberlin 1936a: 16, mf, desc. (figs 22-24); Milstead 1958: 445; Vogel 1970b: 9

Distribution.

Central and south Texas; Aransas, Bell, Brewster, Brooks, Brown, Cameron, Erath, Fayette, Hidalgo, Houston, Kenedy, Kleberg, Leon, Nueces, Presidio, San Patricio, Sutton, Travis, Webb, Wichita, Williamson

Locality.

Black Gap Wildlife Management Area, Goose Island State Park, Kenedy Ranch, Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge

Time of activity.

Male (March - July, August - September); female (April - May, July - September)

Habitat.

(littoral: near pond under oak, sand dune under live oak); (nest/prey: stomach of Cnemidophorus perplexus  , stomach of Cnemidophorus tigris  ); (soil/woodland: leaf litter, pine woods [%: 67], post oak woods [%: 43])

Method.

5 gallon bucket trap [mf]; pitfall trap [mf] (near pond [m], under oak [m]); yellow pan trap [m]

Type.

Kentucky, Bee Spring

Etymology.

Latin, feeble

Collection.

DMNS, MSU, TAMU