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A restudy of the generic composition of the linyphiid spider fauna of the Far East (Araneida: Linyphiidae)

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The generic composition of the Far Eastern linyphiids has been restudied. The following 9 new genera are established: Nippononeta gen.n. (9 species, including N. kurilensis sp.n.). Neserigone gen.n. (3, including N. basarukini sp.n.). Saitonia gen.n. (4). Paikiniana gen.n. (3), as well as Bathylinyphia gen.n., Orientopus gen.n., Parhypomma gen.n., and Baryphymula gen.n., all monobasic. The genera new for the Far East are Trichoncus (T. orientalis sp.n. and T. hyperboreus sp.n.) and Ceratinops (C. amurensis sp.n. and C. kolymensis sp.n., forming a separate subgenus Asiceratinops subgen.n.); Gongylidioides (C. ussuricus sp.n.) is a genus new for the USSR fauna. New combinations are proposed for 10 species (2 transferred to the genera Eperigone and Turinyphia, both new for Far East); further 4 species are excluded from the family Linyphiidae.

Affiliations: 1: K. Yu. Eskov, Paleontogical Institute, Profsoyuznaya ul., 123, Moscow, 117321, Russia


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