日本産ハネグモ属およびヨロイヒメグモ属(クモ目タマゴグモ科,ヨリメグモ科)の6眼のクモの2新種 Two New Six-eyed Spiders of the Genera Orchestina and Comaroma (Araneae, Oonopidae and Anapidae) from Japan
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Two new species of the spider genera Orchestina Simon, 1882 (Oonopidae) and Comaroma Bertkau, 1889 (Anapidae) are described from Japan under the names Orchestina flava (from Okinoerabu-jima Island, Kagoshima Prefecture) and Comaroma hatsushibai (from Odaigahara-zan, Nara Prefecture). Being a member of the haplogyne group, Orchestina flava originally has six eyes, while Comaroma hatsushibai seems to be exceptionally six-eyed as the result of re- duction of anterior median eyes.
- Bulletin of the National Science Museum Ser. A Zoology
Bulletin of the National Science Museum Ser. A Zoology 31(2), 37-43, 2005-06
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