Pua novaezealandiae Forster, 1959

Rix, Michael & Harvey, Mark, 2010, The spider family Micropholcommatidae (Arachnida: Araneae: Araneoidea): a relimitation and revision at the generic level, ZooKeys 36 (36), pp. 1-321: 29-30

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http://doi.org/ 10.3897/zookeys.36.306

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3789419

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scientific name

Pua novaezealandiae Forster, 1959
status

 

Pua novaezealandiae Forster, 1959  

Figs 7B View Figure 7 , 11F, 12B, 15F, 23C–D, 24–29

Pua novaezealandiae Forster, 1959: 299   , figs 70–77, 138 (holotype male from Lewis Pass, Canterbury, New Zealand, in Canterbury Museum, not examined). Brignoli, 1983: 374. Platnick, 2009.

Selected material examined. NEW ZEALAND: South Island: Canterbury: Lewis Pass, Riordans Bridge , 25.IV.1977, R. Forster, 2♁, 2♀ ( AMNH)   ; Lake Rubicon   ,

19.XI.1950, R. Forster, 5♁, 7♀ ( AMNH). Otago: Makarora Valley, 12.XII.1977, R. Forster, 4♁, 3♀ (AMNHSEM♁ ♀). West Coast: Mawhera State Forest, 10.XI.1971, J. Dugdale, 2♁, 15♀ ( AMNH). North Island: Waikato: Mamaku Range, Rotorua, 18.I.1972, G. Ramsay, 2♁, 5♀ ( LRA).

Remarks. Pua novaezealandiae   is widespread in New Zealand, where it can be found on both the North and South Islands. Nothing is known of its biology, except that specimens have usually been collected from moss or leaf litter.

AMNH

American Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Micropholcommatidae

Genus

Pua

Loc

Pua novaezealandiae Forster, 1959

Rix, Michael & Harvey, Mark 2010
2010
Loc

Pua novaezealandiae Forster, 1959: 299

Brignoli PM 1983: 374
Forster RR 1959: 299
1959