Dictyna schmidti

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Diptera
Familia: Scenopinidae
Genus: Dictyna

Name

Dictyna schmidti Kulczyński, 1926Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

  • Dictyna schmidti Kulczyński, 1926: 37, pl. 2, f. 1-3 (♂; the ♂ holotype not examined).
  • Dictyna shilenkovi Danilov, 2000: 42, f. 17-20 (♂♀), syn. n. (the ♂ holotype not examined).

Faunistic references

Dictyna schmidti: Marusik et al. 1992[1]: 137.
Dictyna schmidti: Marusik et al. 1993[2]: 71.
Dictyna schmidti: Marusik 1988[3]: 1482; 2005a[4]: 266; 2005b[5]: 190.
Dictyna shilenkovi: Trilikauskas 2008[6]: 38.

Remarks

The ♂ holotype from Klutschevskoje, Kamchatka retained in the Institute of Zoology PAN (Warsaw, Poland) has not been found. The ♂ holotype of Dictyna shilenkovi and two ♀ paratypes indicated as being deposited in the Zoological Museum of the Moscow State University (see Danilov 2000[7]) have not been found there.

Material examined

RUSSIA: Yakutia: 1♂ (IBPN), c. 10 km downstream of Zhigansk, mouth of Ynyr Khaya Spring, 4-8.07.1989 (K.Yu. Eskov). Magadan Area: 1♂, 50 km N of Magadan, Khasyn River valley near Splavnaya Village, 28.05.1988 (Yu.M. Marusik & S.A. Ryabukhin); 1♂ (IBPN), upper Kolyma River flow, Sibit Tyellakh River basin, Olen‘ River valley, environs of “Aborigen” Field Station, around ice field, sweeping grass near alder stand, h 650m, 27.07.1987 (Yu.M. Marusik); 1♂ (IBPN), 180 km W of Magadan, Cholomdzha River middle flow, 1988 (N.Y. Dokuchaev); 1♂, Taigonos Peninsula, Paren‘ River middle flow, 07.1985 (A. Meshcheryakov).

Description

Male. For details see Kulczyński (1926)[8] and Danilov (2000[7]: sub. Dictyna shilenkovi). Carapace 1.35 long, 1.07 wide, cephalic part 0.52 wide. Chelicerae 0.75 long. Leg I segments: femur 1.15, patella & tibia 1.43, metatarsus 0.91, tarsus 0.58. Abdomen 1.60 long, 1.10 wide. Palp as in Figs 20-21, 24-25; process carrying ctenidia located in mid part of tibia, very small; conductor long, three-dimensional (not in one plain), its apical arm gradually tapering and terminating on prolateral side, lower arm small and directed retrolaterad-backward.
Female. Described by Danilov (2000[7]: sub. Dictyna shilenkovi ). Paratypes have not been available for this study. Epigyne (Figs 31a-b) with thin sclerotized parts of receptacula.

Distribution

This species is known from East Siberia only (Fig. 40): from Transbaikalia, northward to Zhigansk, southward to Ulan-Ude (Buryatia) and Bureinski Reserve (Khabarovsk Province) and eastward to Kamchatka.

Natural history

One specimen was collected by sweeping grasses on a north exposed slope in the Upper Kolyma. One male near Magadan was found under stones. The type specimens of Dictyna shilenkovi were mainly collected from mixed forests (Danilov 2000[7]).

Taxon Treatment

  • Marusik, Y; Fritzén, N; 2011: On a new Dictyna species (Araneae, Dictynidae) from the northern Palaearctic confused with the East Siberian D. schmidti Kulczyński, 1926 ZooKeys, 138: 93-108. doi

Other References

  1. Marusik Y, Eskov K, Kim J (1992) A check-list of spiders (Aranei) of Northeast Asia. Korean Arachnology 8(1/2): 129–158.
  2. Marusik Y, Eskov K, Koponen S, Vinokurov N (1993) A check-list of the spiders (Aranei) of Yakutia, Siberia. Arthropoda Selecta 2 (2): 63-79.
  3. Marusik Y (1988) New species of spiders (Aranei) from the Upper Kolyma. Zoologicheski Zhurnal 67: 1469-1482.
  4. Marusik Y (2005a) Arachnids (Arachnida: Aranei, Opiliones) of northern Cisokhotia. Euroasian Entomological Journal 4 (3): 187-208. [In Russian]
  5. Marusik Y (2005b) Spiders and harvestmen of the Taui Bay shore and adjacent parts of northern Cisokhotia. In Chereshnev IA, Chernyavski FB, Kashin VA (Eds) Biodiversity of Tauysk Bay of the Sea of Okhotsk: 262–289. [In Russian]
  6. Trilikauskas L (2008) Structure of the spider population in forest ecosystems of the Bureinski Reserve. Trudy gosudarstvennogo prirodnogo zapovednika “Bureinskiy” 4: 36-44. [In Russian]
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 Danilov S (2000)New data on the spiders of the family Dictynidae (Araneae) from Siberia. Ekológia (Bratislava) 19(Suppl. 3): 37–44.
  8. Kulczyński W (1926) Arachnoidea Camtschadalica. Yezhegodnik Zoologicheskogo Muzeya Akademii Nauk SSSR 27: 29-72.

Images

  1. Danilov S (2000)New data on the spiders of the family Dictynidae (Araneae) from Siberia. Ekológia (Bratislava) 19(Suppl. 3): 37–44.