Amaurobius scopolii Thorell, 1871

Isaia, Marco, Paschetta, Mauro & Chiarle, Alberto, 2015, Annotated checklist of the spiders (Arachnida, Araneae) of the Site of Community Importance and Special Area of Conservation “ Alpi Marittime ” (NW Italy), Zoosystema 37 (1), pp. 57-114 : 92

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.5252/z2015n1a4

publication LSID

urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:9DAE08FA-0D78-4C87-ACA6-E60C3C06DD1A

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/903E305A-F008-922A-FECB-0841D2C9FCFC

treatment provided by

Felipe

scientific name

Amaurobius scopolii Thorell, 1871
status

 

Amaurobius scopolii Thorell, 1871

NEW DATA. — Aisone : Grange Pinet, beech forest, 1478 m, 11.IX.2011, 1♀ ; Vallone della Valletta , Pinet, sparse larch wood, 1200-1500 m, 17.VIII.2010, 2♂, 1♀ ; Valdieri : Desertetto, grass- land, 1088-1885 m, 14.IX.2011, 1♀ (MRSN) ; pathway to Pian del Valasco , beech forest near stream, 1500-2000 m, 27.VIII-23. IX.2009 (pitfall traps), 1♂, 1♀ ; same locality, 29. VI.2009, 1♀ ; pathway to Pian del Valasco , beech forest, 1500-2000 m, 30. VI.2009, 1♀ (MRSN) ; Pian del Valasco , Alpine pasture with rocks, 1764 m, 27.VIII-23.IX.2009 (pitfall traps), 1♀, 6♂ ; Natural Reserve of Rocca San Giovanni-Saben , shrubland with Juniperus phoenicea , 1000- 1500 m, 22.IX.2009, 1♀ ; same locality, 29.IV.2009, 2♀ ; southern slope of Monte Bourel , Vallone della Meris , Sant’Anna di Valdieri, Alpine prairies with rocky debris, 1500-2300 m, 1-31.VIII.2011 (pitfall traps), 1♂ ; Vallone di Lorousa , beech forest near stream, 1900-2000 m, 29.VIII.2009, 1♂, 2♀ ; Vernante : Palanfrè, beech forest, 1450 m, 9.IX.2011, 4♂ (MRSN) ; same locality, 1500 m, 9.IX.2011, 5♂ ; same locality, 13.X.2011, 5♂ (MRSN) ; same locality, 1550 m, 9.IX.2011, 1♂ (MRSN) ; same locality, 1600 m, 13.X.2011, 6♂ (MRSN) ; same locality, 1550 m, 10.IX.2008, 1♂, 1♀ ; Palanfrè , Gias del Chiot, beech forest, 1550 m, 22.VI-19. VII.2009 (pitfall traps), 1♀ .

LITERATURE. — Pesarini (1991); Arnò & Lana (2005); Paschetta et al. (2013).

CHOROTYPE. — ALAP.

MACROHABITAT. — Alpine grasslands, Alpine pastures, Alpine prairies, broadleaved woods, shrublands, caves, larch woods, riparian habitats.

NEW

University of Newcastle

VI

Mykotektet, National Veterinary Institute

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Amaurobiidae

Genus

Amaurobius