Pimoa, Chamberlin & Ivie, 1943

Michalik, Peter & Hormiga, Gustavo, 2010, Ultrastructure of the Spermatozoa in the Spider Genus Pimoa: New Evidence for the Monophyly of Pimoidae plus Linyphiidae (Arachnida: Araneae), American Museum Novitates 3682, pp. 1-17: 17

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.1206/680.1

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5454824

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/707987D6-FFA8-FFB0-FE93-FDD00C2FFC21

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Carolina

scientific name

Pimoa
status

 

Pimoa   specimens studied

Vouchers of the spermatozoal study are deposited in the American Museum of Natural History ( AMNH, New York, USA). Additional specimens of the study species (females and males), often from the same locality, are deposited at the California Academy of Sciences ( San Francisco ) and the Museum of Comparative Zoology (Cambridge)   .

Pimoa altioculata  

USA: Washington: Klickitat Co., 1 km NE B Z Corner, Gilmer Creek . N45 ° 51 9 56.1 0: W121 ° 29 9 54.2 0, elev. 490 m, small, shaded stream in forest, 15 August 2008 GoogleMaps   . G. Hormiga, F. Álvarez Padilla, A. Carmichael, D. Dimitrov, C. Griswold, and A. Saucedo collectors; subadult male, molted 28 August 2008.

Phylogenie der Chelicerata. II, Cladogramme und Entfaltung der Chelicerata. Zeitschrift für Zoologische Systematik und Evolutionsforschung 17: 117–177..

Wunderlich, J. 1986. Spinnenfauna gestern und heute. Fossile Spinnen in Bernstein und ihre heute lebenden Verwandten. Wiesbaden: Erich Bauer, 283 pp.

Pimoa curvata  

USA: Washington: Klickitat Co., 2.69 km NNW Husum. N45 ° 48 9 49.6 0: W121 ° 30 9 43.1 0, elev. 52 m, forest with open understory, 15 August 2008 GoogleMaps   . G. Hormiga, F. Álvarez Padilla, A. Carmichael, D. Dimitrov, C. Griswold, and A. Saucedo collectors; 2 subadult males, molted 12 and 13 September 2008.

Pimoa edenticulata  

USA: California: Contra Costa Co., Charles Lee Tilden Regional Park. N37 ° 54 9 41.65 0: W122 ° 16 9 4.93 0, elev. 158 m., 22 August 2008 GoogleMaps   , G. Hormiga and D. Dimitrov; subadult male, molted 24 September 2008.

Pimoa laurae  

USA: California: Placer Co., Lake Tahoe, Bear Creek nr. Interstc. of Alpine Meadows Rd. and Rt. 89. N39 ° 10 9 43.3 0: W120 ° 13 9 49.0 0, elev. 2155 m., open mixed conifer forest, 21 August 2008 GoogleMaps   , G. Hormiga, F. Álvarez Padilla, and D. Dimitrov; subadult male, molted 21 September 2008.

AMNH

American Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Pimoidae