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Notes on Spiders Collected by the "Vega" Expedition I878-I880

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A material of spiders collected by the "Vega" expedition I878-I880 in a number of localities along the arctic shores of Europe, Asia, and Alaska has been studied. Of the 42 species that could be distinguished 5 are new and have been described, viz. Porrhomma nunamo, Bathyphantes iviei, Araneus vegae, Pardosa sodalis, and Gnaphosa stuxbergi. For some species and subspecies that had so far been known only from the nearctic region the occurrence also in the most north-eastern part of Siberia has been established.

Affiliations: 1: Zoological Institute, Uppsala, Sweden


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