Haplodrassus dalmatensis

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Araneae
Familia: Gnaphosidae
Genus: Haplodrassus

Name

Haplodrassus dalmatensis (L. Koch, 1866)Wikispecies linkZooBank linkPensoft Profile

  • Haplodrassus dalmatensis: Tullgren 1946[1]: 100, pl. 16, f. 201–203 (♂♀).
  • Haplodrassus dalmatensis: Miller and Buchar 1977[2]: 170, pl. IV, f. 1–3 (♂♀).
  • Haplodrassus dalmatensis: Grimm 1985[3]: 138, f. 156, 164–165 (♂♀).
  • Haplodrassus dalmatensis: Roberts 1985[4]: 66, f. 24a (♂♀).
  • Haplodrassus dalmatensis: Roberts 1998[5]: 110, f. (♂♀).
  • Haplodrassus dalmatensis: Levy 2004[6]: 23, f. 57–61 (♂♀).
  • Haplodrassus dalmatensis: Almquist 2006[7]: 408, f. 352a–e (♂♀). For a complete list of references see Platnick (2012)[8].

Records from Crimea

Apostolov and Onchurov (1998)[9]; Onchurov (1998)[10]; Mikhailov (2000)[11]; Kovblyuk (2004a[12],b[13], 2006[14]); Kovblyuk et al. (2008)[15].

Material

UKRAINE, CRIMEA:Bakhchisaray Distr.: 1 ♂ (TNU), Crimean State Nature Reserve, kordon Asport, 29.06.2001, M.M. Kovblyuk. Feodosiya Distr.: 4 ♂♂, 4 ♀♀ (TNU), Karadag Nature Reserve, 25.05.2003–21.11.2008, M.M. Kovblyuk, O.V. Kukushkin, A.A. Nadolny. Saky Distr.: 5 ♂♂, 7 ♀♀ (TNU), near Pribrezhnaya railway station, 19.05.–3.07.2000, M.M. Kovblyuk. Sevastopol Distr.: 2 ♂ (EMZ), Khersones, 29.05.1996 & 19.06.1998, M.M. Kovblyuk. Simferopol Distr.: 1 ♂, 1 ♀ (EMZ), near Simferopol water reservoir, 30.05.1996, M.M. Kovblyuk; 1 ♀ (TNU), near Fersmanovo Vill., ~ 250 m, 23.06.–16.07.2000, M.M. Kovblyuk; 1 ♀ (TNU), Chatyr-Dagh, Orlinoe canyon, 10–25.06.2000, M.M. Kovblyuk; 3 ♂♂, 1 ♀ (TNU), near Skvortsovo Vill., 19.05.–10.07.2002, M.M. Kovblyuk; 1 ♀ (TNU), Krasnolesye Vill., 10.07.2002, Ya.I. Ibragimova. Sudak Distr.: 2 ♂♂, 2 ♀♀ (TNU), 10 km W Sudak, Mezhdurechie Vill., 23.05–24.06.2010, M.K. Yusufova.

Additional material

UKRAINE. Kherson Area: 1 ♂ (TNU), Henichesk Distr., Arabatskaya strelka, 4 km S Henichesk Town, 1–10.06.2010, N.A. Stasyuk; 1 ♀ (TNU), Arabatskaya strelka, 7 km S Henichesk Town, 6.07.2010, N.A. Stasyuk.

Diagnosis

Haplodrassus dalmatensis can be easily distinguished from all other congeners by the shape of the terminal apophysis with two tooth-like apical processes and by the strong tooth on the embolus in males, and also by the shape of the epigynal fovea with a peculiar medial septum and converging lateral pockets in females.

Distribution

West and Central Palaearctic: North Africa, Europe, South Urals, Caucasus, Anatolia, Near East, Kazakhstan, Western Turkmenistan and mountains of South Siberia (Mikhailov 2000[11]; Tuneva and Esyunin 2003[16]; Levy 2004[6]; Helsdingen 2010[17]).

Habitats

Juniper forests, forest strips (=shelterbelts), grasslands, steppes, meadows, salt marshes.

Phenology

In Crimea ♂♀ – V-VI, ♀♀ – VII, XI-XII, the peak of activity in adults occurs in June. In Britain, the peak is in June (Harvey et al. 2002[18]), as in Crimea. In Central Europe ♂♀ – IV-VII (Nentwig et al. 2011[19]). In Israel the phenology is very different: ♂♀ – I-IV, ♂♂ – XII, ♀♀ – V-VII (Levy 2004[6]).

Taxon Treatment

  • Kovblyuk, M; Kastrygina, Z; Omelko, M; 2012: A review of the spider genus Haplodrassus Chamberlin, 1922 in Crimea (Ukraine) and adjacent areas (Araneae, Gnaphosidae) ZooKeys, 205: 59-89. doi

Other References

  1. Tullgren A (1946) Svenska spindelfauna: 3. Egentliga spindlar. Araneae. Fam. 5–7. Clubionidae, Zoridae och Gnaphosidae. Entomologiska Foreningen, Stockholm, 141 pp.
  2. Miller F, Buchar J (1977) Neue spinnenarten aus der gattung Zelotes Distel und Haplodrassus Chamberlin (Araneae, Gnaphosidae). Acta Universitatis Carolinae – Biologica 6: 157-171.
  3. Grimm U (1985) Die Gnaphosidae Mitteleuropas (Arachnida, Aranei). Verlag Paul Parey, Hamburg and Berlin, 318 pp.
  4. Roberts M (1985) The spiders of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 1: Atypidae to Theridiosomatidae. Harley Books, Colchester, 229 pp.
  5. Roberts M (1998) Spinnengids. Tirion, Baarn, 397 pp.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Levy G (2004) Spiders of the genera Drassodes and Haplodrassus (Araneae, Gnaphosidae) from Israel. Israel Journal of Zoology 50: 1-37.
  7. Almquist S (2006) Swedish Araneae, part 2 – families Dictynidae to Salticidae. Insect Systematics and Evolution 63: 285-601.
  8. Platnick N (2012) Gnaphosidae_The World Spider Catalog, Version 12.5 (Fam. Gnaphosidae Pocock, 1898) http://research.amnh.org/entomology/spiders/catalog/GNAPHOSIDAE.html
  9. Apostolov L, Onchurov M (1998) New taxa in araneofauna of Crimea. SGU, Uchenye zapiski. Biologia. Matematika. Psikhologia. Fizicheskaya kultura. Fizika. Khimia 5: 3-6. [in Russian]
  10. Onchurov M (1998) Revision of the araneofauna of Crimea. Ekosistemi Krima, ikh optimizatsia i okhrana. Tematicheskiy sbornik nauchnikh trudov Simferopolskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta 10: 45-47. [in Russian]
  11. 11.0 11.1 Mikhailov K (2000) Catalogue of the spiders (Arachnida, Aranei) of the territories of the former Soviet Union. Addendum 3. Zoological Museum, Moscow State University Moscow, 33 pp.
  12. Kovblyuk M (2004b) Preliminary results of spiders fauna and biotopic distribution of spiders in Karadag Nature Reserve study. National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Karadag Nature Reserve. Annals 20: 139-145. [in Russian]
  13. Kovblyuk M (2006) Gnaphosid spiders (Arachnida: Aranei) in Crimean fauna. Abstract of PhD thesis, Kyiv, Ukraine: Institute of Zoology Ukrainian Academy of Sciences. 22 p. [in Ukrainian]
  14. Kovblyuk M (2011) Catalogue of the spiders (Arachnida: Aranei) of the Crimea. Version 1.0. http://arachnology.kz/Crimea/Catalogue_11.11.2011_Crimea.htm
  15. Kovblyuk M, Kukushkin O, Gnelitsa V, Nadolny A (2008) Brief atlas of spiders (Arachnida, Aranei) of Karadag Nature Reserve. N.Orianda, Simpheropol, 120 pp.[in Russian]
  16. Tuneva T, Esyunin S (2003) A review of the Gnaphosidae fauna of the Urals (Aranei), 3. New species and new records, chiefly from the South Urals. Arthropoda Selecta 11 (3): 223-234.
  17. Helsdingen P (2010) Fauna Europaea: Araneae. Database. Version 2.2 [www.european-arachnology.org www.european-arachnology.org]
  18. Harvey P, Nellist D, Telfer M (Eds) (2002) Provisional atlas of British spiders (Arachnida, Araneae). Volumes 1 & 2. Biological Records Centre, Huntington, 406 pp.
  19. Nentwig W, Blick T, Gloor D, Hänggi A, Kropf C (2011) Spiders of Europe. [www.araneae.unibe.ch www.araneae.unibe.ch]

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