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- Drassus invalidus O. P.-Cambridge, 1872a: 237, pl. 15, f. 14 (♂).
- Haplodrassus vignai Di Franco, 1996: 173, f. 1–4 (♂♀).
- Haplodrassus invalidus: Levy 2004: 31, f. 70–73 (♂♀). For a complete list of references see Platnick (2012).
AZERBAIJAN. 1 ♂ (TNU), Gobustan, Beyuk-Dash, 17.05.2001, E.F. Huseynov.
Males of Haplodrassus invalidus can be distinguished from all other Haplodrassus species by the peculiar thin embolus with an inner spur-like process, and also the peculiar shape of the RTA, which is not indented and has a claw-like tip (Figs 32–34).
Well described by Levy (2004).
Haplodrassus invalidus is a new species record for the fauna of Azerbaijan, Caucasus and the former Soviet Union. Azerbaijan is the easternmost point of the known distribution range.
- 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
- Levy G (2004) Spiders of the genera Drassodes and Haplodrassus (Araneae, Gnaphosidae) from Israel. Israel Journal of Zoology 50: 1-37.
- Platnick N (2012) Gnaphosidae_The World Spider Catalog, Version 12.5 (Fam. Gnaphosidae Pocock, 1898) http://research.amnh.org/entomology/spiders/catalog/GNAPHOSIDAE.html