Ovia procurva Yu & Song, 1988,

Lu, Tian, Koh, Joseph K. H., Zhang, Zhi-Sheng & Li, Shuqiang, 2018, A new Ovia species (Araneae, Lycosidae) from Singapore, with the transfer of Pardosa alboannulata Yin et al., 1997, Zootaxa 4527 (3), pp. 436-450: 445-448

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4527.3.12

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3511275

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scientific name

Ovia procurva Yu & Song, 1988
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Ovia procurva Yu & Song, 1988 

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Pardosa procurva Yu & Song, 1988: 30  , figs 14–19 (female holotype, male allotype and female paratype from Damenglong, Mengla County, Yunnan, China, deposited in Jilin University, China, examined).

Ovia procurva  — Sankaran et al. 2017: 367 View Cited Treatment , figs 1A–B, 2A–J, 3A–M, 4A–D, 5A–K, 6A–B. World Spider Catalog 2018 (complete citation list).

Material examined: ChinaGoogleMaps  , Yunnan Province, 11 males and 3 females, Puer City, Meizihu Park   GoogleMaps, 22°45.15′ N, 100°59′2′′ E, 1339 m, 21 May 2011, Z.X. Li & G.C. Zhou leg. (SWUC); 2 males and 1 female, Jinghong City, Mengla County, Mohan reservoir, 21°11′14″ N, 101°41′29″ E, 920 m, 28 May 2011, Z.X. Li & G.C. Zhou leg. ( SWUC)GoogleMaps  ; 1 male and 2 females, Gongshan County, Dandang Park , 27°44′47′′ N, 98°39′50′′ E, 1621 m, 7 June 2011, Z.X. Li & G.C. Zhou leg. ( SWUC)GoogleMaps  .

Diagnosis. Males of O. procurva  have two stout apical claws on cymbium, instead of just one claw as in O. alboannulata  , or two irregular rows of bristles dorsally as in Ovia macritchie  sp. nov. Besides, O. procurva  can be easily distinguished from O. macritchie  by the hooked shape of terminal apophysis on male palp, and relatively larger size of hoods and lower height of atrium on female epigyne. Male bulbs of O. procurva  and O. alboannulata  were much close to each other, but in O. procurva  the narrow tip of terminal apophysis extends over the tegular lobe.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Lycosidae

Genus

Ovia

Loc

Ovia procurva Yu & Song, 1988

Lu, Tian, Koh, Joseph K. H., Zhang, Zhi-Sheng & Li, Shuqiang 2018
2018
Loc

Pardosa procurva

Yu, L. M. & Song, D. X. 1988: 30
1988