Eresus walckenaeri

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Araneae
Familia: Eresidae
Genus: Eresus

Name

Eresus walckenaeri BrulléWikispecies linkPensoft Profile

  • Eresus walckenaeri Brullé, 1832: 54, pl. 28, fig. 4; Walckenaer 1837[1]: 398; Simon 1884[2]: 325–326; 1892: 248, fig. 201; Kulczyński 1903[3]: 636, pl. 1, fig. 2; Giltay 1932[4]: 12, fig. 5, 6; Brignoli 1978[5]: 288, fig. 10; Johannesen et al. 2005[6]: 1–8; Le Peru 2011[7]: 321, fig. 561.
  • Eresus audouin Brullé, 1832: 54, pl. 28, fig. 10. (Synonymy in Simon 1884[2]: 325).
  • Eresus theis Brullé, 1832: 54, pl. 28, fig. 11. (Synonymy in Simon 1884[2]: 325).
  • Eresus ctenizoides C. L. Koch, 1836: 19, fig. 176. (Synonymy in Simon 1884[2]: 325).
  • Eresus luridus C. L. Koch, 1836: 20, fig. 177. (Synonymy in Simon 1884[2]: 325).
  • Eresus puniceus C. L. Koch, 1837: 102, fig. 315; Simon 1873[8]: 345. (Synonymy in Simon 1884[2]: 325).
  • Eresus pruinosus C. L. Koch, 1846: 3, fig. 1079. (Synonymy in Simon 1884[2]: 325).
  • Eresus siculus Lucas, 1864: 28. (Synonymy in Simon 1884[2]: 326).
  • Erythrophora punicea (C. L. Koch, 1837). Simon 1864[9]: 300.

Description

Male (Prague, Czechia, MR007, MR): Carapace with scattered white setae; cephalic region subtriangular, longer than wide, moderately raised; AME distinctly smaller than PME (AME/PME 0.63), median eyes adjacent on horizontal axis, slightly overlapping on vertical axis; ALE tubercles absent; PER slightly narrower than AER (PER/AER 0.89), PLE position on carapace 0.33; clypeal hood forms acute angle; fovea shallow. Chelicerae contiguous mesally, with lateral boss. Legs with clusters of white setae; with single distal ventral macroseta on metatarsus I, row of distal ventral macrosetae on metatarsus II–IV, scattered ventral macrosetae on metatarsus and tarsus II–IV, strongest and most numerous on metatarsus and tarsus IV, and retrolateral macroseta on metatarsus IV. Abdomen red dorsally with large dark patches surrounding anterior two pairs of sigilla (Figs 2D, 40A–D).
Male palp with proximal-distal axis; tegulum subtrapezoidal; conductor and embolus together form apical complex making 1.5 helical turns; conductor ribbon-like with blunt, rounded tip; tegular division longer than embolic division (Figs 12J–L, 40I, J, 41A–D, F); cymbium with several prolateral macrosetae (Fig. 41E).
Female (Srbsko, Czechia, MR016, MR): Carapace with few scattered white setae; cephalic region subtriangular, longer than wide, moderately raised; AME distinctly smaller than PME (AME/PME 0.63), median eyes separated on horizontal axis, adjacent on vertical axis; ALE tubercles absent; PER slightly narrower than AER (PER/AER 0.87), PLE position on carapace 0.34; clypeal hood forms acute angle; fovea shallow. Chelicerae contiguous mesally, with lateral boss. Legs without conspicuous white setae; legs with row of distal ventral macrosetae on metatarsus I–IV plus additional ventral macrosetae on metatarsus and tarsus I–IV. Abdomen without conspicuous white setae (Fig. 40E–H; see Fig. 2C for color of live animal).
Epigynum with pair of wide atria on posterior margin separated by hirsute cuticle (Figs 16G, 42B). Vulva with spermathecal heads on long sinuous stalks gradually transitioning to sinuous multilobed spermathecae (Figs 16J, 42D–F).

Taxon Treatment

  • Miller, J; Griswold, C; Scharff, N; Řezáč, M; Szűts, T; Marhabaie, M; 2012: The velvet spiders: an atlas of the Eresidae (Arachnida, Araneae) ZooKeys, 195: 1-144. doi

Other References

  1. Walckenaer C (1837) Histoire naturelle des insectes. Aptères. Paris, 1: 1-682.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 Simon E (1884) Etudes arachnologiques. 16e Mémoire. XXIII. Matériaux pour servir à la faune des arachnides de la Grèce. Annales de la Société Entomologique de France (6) 4: 305–356.
  3. Kulczyński W (1903) Arachnoidea in Asia Minore et ad Constantinopolim a Dre F. Werner collecta. Sitzungsberichte der kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften (Wien) 112: 627-680.
  4. Giltay L (1932) Arachnides recueillis par M. d’Orchymont au cours de ses voyages aux Balkans et en Asie Mineure en 1929, 1930 et 1931. Bulletin du Musée Royal d’Histoire Naturelle de Belgique, Bruxelles 8: 1-40.
  5. Brignoli P (1978) Some remarks on the relationships between the Haplogynae, the Semientelegynae and the Cribellatae. Symposia of the Zoological Society of London 42: 285-292.
  6. Johannesen J, Kiefer A, Veith M, Král J (2005) Genetic cohesion of Eresus walckenaeri (Araneae, Eresidae) in the eastern Mediterranean. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 86: 1-9. doi: 10.1111/j.1095-8312.2005.00516.x
  7. Le Peru B (2011) The spiders of Europe, a synthesis of data: Volume 1 Atypidae to Theridiidae. Mémoires de la Société Linnéenne de Lyon 2: 1-522.
  8. Simon E (1873) Aranéides nouveaux ou peu connus du midi de l’Europe. (2e mémoire). Mémoires de la Société royale des sciences de Liège Deuxième Série 5: 1-174.
  9. Simon E (1864) Histoire Naturelle des Araignées (Aranéides). Paris, 540 pp.

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