タイ中央部および東部のハラフシグモ科クモ類 Liphistiid Spiders (Araneae, Mesothelae) from Central and Eastern Thailand
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Three new liphistiid spiders, Liphistius ornatus, L. owadai and L. ochraceus, are described from the provinces Chantaburi, Loei and Phitsanulok, Thailand. Liphistius ornatus sp. nov. and L. owadai sp. nov. are closely related not only to each other but also to L. desultor SCHIODTE, 1849,from northern Malaysia and L. bicoloripes ONO, 1988,from southern Thailand. These four species were found at lower altitudes and their females have orange-coloured femora and carapace. Liphistius ochraceus sp. nov. resembles the dull-coloured species from the mountainous areas of northwestern Thailand and eastern Burma and appears closest to L. yamasakii ONO, 1988. Biological information about L. ornatus sp. nov. is given.
- Bulletin of the National Science Museum. Series A, Zoology
Bulletin of the National Science Museum. Series A, Zoology 16(4), 165-174, 1990-12
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