Haplodrassus umbratilis

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Araneae
Familia: Gnaphosidae
Genus: Haplodrassus

Name

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

  • Haplodrassus umbratilis: Tullgren 1946[1]: 101, f. 30B, pl. 16, f. 204–208 (♂♀).
  • Haplodrassus umbratilis: Miller and Buchar 1977[2]: 168, pl. III, f. 2–4 (♂♀).
  • Haplodrassus umbratilis: Grimm 1985[3]: 156, f. 150, 158–159 (♂♀).
  • Haplodrassus umbratilis: Roberts 1985[4]: 66, f. 25a (♂♀).
  • Haplodrassus umbratilis: Roberts 1998[5]: 112, f. (♂♀).
  • Haplodrassus umbratilis: Almquist 2006[6]: 413, f. 357a-f (♂♀). For a complete list of references see Platnick (2012)[7].

Records from Crimea

Kovblyuk (2006)[8].

Material

Ukraine. CRIMEA. Feodosiya Distr.: 2 ♂♂, 1 ♀ (TNU), Karadag Nature Reserve, thalweg Karadag beams, 44°55'11.4"N, 35°12'25.5"E, 43 m, 9.05.–6.06.2008, M.M. Kovblyuk. Simferopol Distr.: 1 ♀ (TNU), 2 km N Pionerskoe Vill., 10.06.1998, M.M. Kovblyuk; 4 ♂♂ (TNU), 1,5 km NE Fersmanovo Vill., Kesslers’ forest, 14.05.–6.06.2000, M.M. Kovblyuk; 64 ♂♂, 15 ♀♀ (TNU), Chatyr-Dag Mt., 23.04.–2.09.2000, M.M. Kovblyuk. Sudak Distr.: 1 ♂ (TNU), 10 km W Sudak Town, Mezhdurechie Vill., 6–8.05.2010, M.K. Yusufova.Yalta Distr.: 68 ♂♂, 27 ♀♀ (TNU), Nikitskaya Yaila Mt. (=Skrinita), ~ 1200 m, 4.05.–10.11.2001, M.M. Kovblyuk.

Additional material

UKRAINE. Donetsk Area: 5 ♀♀ (TNU), Slavyansky Distr., Svyatogorsk Town, N49°02', E37°39', 8–30.06.2004, N.Yu. Polchaninova. Kherson Area:6 ♂♂, 4 ♀♀ (TNU), Golopristynskiy Distr., Chernomorskiy Reserve, Rybalchie Vill., 04–08.1989, Zelinskaya.

Comparative material

Haplodrassus soerenseni (Strand, 1900): UKRAINE. Sumy Area: 1 ♀ (TNU), Vakolovshchina Vill., 1.06.1990, V.A. Gnelitsa.

Diagnosis

Haplodrassus umbratilis can be easily differentiated by from all other Haplodrassus species found in Crimea by its terminal apophysis, which has a broad process (Bp). From the similar Haplodrassus soerenseni males differ in the shape of the terminal apophysis and embolus, and females by having longer lateral epigynal pockets.

Distribution

West and Central Palaearctic: all Europe, Turkey, Caucasus, mountains of Central Asia and South Siberia (Mikhailov 1997[9]; Helsdingen 2010[10]; Platnick 2012[7]).

Habitats

Dry forests, forest edges, meadows and steppes.

Phenology

♂♀ – V-VII, ♂♂ – IV, ♀♀ – VIII, X, the peak of activity in adults occurs in June. In Central Europe ♂♀ –VI-VIII (Nentwig et al. 2011[11]). In Britain, the peak is in May (Harvey et al. 2002[12]), a month earlier than in Crimea.

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. Almquist S (2006) Swedish Araneae, part 2 – families Dictynidae to Salticidae. Insect Systematics and Evolution 63: 285-601.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Platnick N (2012) Gnaphosidae_The World Spider Catalog, Version 12.5 (Fam. Gnaphosidae Pocock, 1898) http://research.amnh.org/entomology/spiders/catalog/GNAPHOSIDAE.html
  8. 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]
  9. Mikhailov K (1997) Catalogue of the spiders (Arachnida, Aranei) of the territories of the former Soviet Union. Zoological Museum of the Moscow State University, Moscow, 416 pp.
  10. Helsdingen P (2010) Fauna Europaea: Araneae. Database. Version 2.2 [www.european-arachnology.org www.european-arachnology.org]
  11. Nentwig W, Blick T, Gloor D, Hänggi A, Kropf C (2011) Spiders of Europe. [www.araneae.unibe.ch www.araneae.unibe.ch]
  12. Harvey P, Nellist D, Telfer M (Eds) (2002) Provisional atlas of British spiders (Arachnida, Araneae). Volumes 1 & 2. Biological Records Centre, Huntington, 406 pp.

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