2 edition of Oonopidae of Panama. found in the catalog.
Oonopidae of Panama.
Arthur Merton Chickering
Bibliography: p. 245.
|Series||Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College,, v. 106, no. 5|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .H3 vol. 106, no. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||a 52001790|
few Oonopidae had been collected and reported from Panama in spite of the fact several people had collected there. During the past summer Mr. Humphrey and I collected of these little things, the smallest of which are barely one millimeter in length when mature. Another family which is collected from the same sort of habitat is that. Twelve non-native species of the spider family Oonopidae are recorded in Brazil: Brignolia dasysterna Platnick, Dupérré, Ott & Kranz-Baltensperger, , B. parumpunctata (Simon, ), Triaeris.
Literature Cited Benoit, P. L. G. Contributions à l'étude de la faune terrestre des îles granitiques de l'archipel des Séchelles (Mission P.L.G. Benoit - J.J. Van Mol ). Oonopidae (Araneae). Revue Zool. Afr. Burger, M. The spider genus Indicoblemma Bourne, with description of a new species (Araneae. Tropical FISH Panama. likes. Tropical FISH Panama. Tfp. Fish Panama + ANGEL + GUPPYS + RANCHU + ESPADAS + KOI + Figurines + PLANTAS + Amazonicos + ZEN act local, think globalFollowers:
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This is the first paperback version of the second edition of the popular A Guide to the Birds of Panama. In the second edition, published inthe authors expanded information on the birds of Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Honduras: approximately new species were Cited by: The Birds of Panama: A Field Guide by Keith Betton in the United Kingdom (24/01/) A recent survey of UK birders showed that of those who take regular overseas trips, 22% had been to Costa Rica but only 6% had visited Panama.
This is also reflected in the number of holidays offered by bird tour operators. Oonopidae are very small ( mm), free-living, haplogyne spiders. They occur throughout the temperate and tropical regions of the world, in habitats as diverse as deserts, savannahs, mangroves and rainforest (e.g.
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This page lists all described species of the spider family Oonopidae as of J Anophthalmoonops Anophthalmoonops Benoit, * Anophthalmoonops thoracotermitis Benoit, AngolaAntoonops Antoonops Fannes Jocqué, * Antoonops.
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The goblin spiders (Araneae, Oonopidae) of the OTONGA Nature Reserve in Ecuador, with the description of seven new species. Evolutionary Systematics 1: 87– DOI: /evolsyst Reference page.
Fannes, W. On Melchisedec, a new genus of the spider family Oonopidae (Araneae, Dysderoidea). Authored taxa .
33 taxon names authored by Arthur Merton Chickering (List may be incomplete); Publications (List may be incomplete) . Chickering, A.M. The Oonopidae of Panama. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology – [full article (BHL).Reference page. The Costarina faunas of Panama and Colombia are revised.
Because Chickering described the sexes from his Panamanian collections separately, several of his names based only on females are placed as junior synonyms of names based only on males: C. humphreyi (Chickering) is newly synonymized with C. recondita (Chickering), as are C.
belinda (Chickering) with C. intempina (Chickering), C. rigida. Field book of birds of the Panama Canal Zone; a description on the habits, call notes and songs of the birds of the Panama Canal Zone, for the purpose of identifying them.
Many of these birds are also common in Central and South America. Panama (păn´əmä´), Span. Panamá, officially Republic of Panama, republic ( est. pop. 3,), 29, sq mi (77, sq km), occupying the Isthmus of Panama, which connects Central and South America.
To the west and east of Panama, respectively, are Costa Rica and Colombia; the Panama Canal bisects the country. The capital and largest city is Panama City. Oonopidae are seldom seen by people as they are too small to be easily noticed. They are generally found in the leaf litter layer and under rocks, but they also constitute a significant component of the spider fauna living in the canopy of tropical : Arachnida.
Berna Burrell is a Panamanian novelist and literary critic. Her latest novel is La envidia es color de arsénico, She is a member of the Panamanian Academy of Language.
Ana Amado, who translated this article, was part of the five-person team that translated the Panama Canal Operations s writing the main cover story for La Prensa’s weekly food edition, she writes a Sunday.
75 pages: 26 cm The type species of Costarina, C. plena (O. P.-Cambridge), is widely distributed, occurring from southern Mexico to southern Costa Rica, but Costa Rica also houses an extraordinarily large fauna of endemic, less widely distributed Costarina species.
OONOPIDAE Goblin spiders Goblin spiders are generally tiny, some with hardened plates (scuta) on their abdomens that operate like a bivalve bellows, expanding when conditions are moist, contracting shut in dry times to conserve moisture.
The Goblin Spider Genus Costarina (Araneae, Oonopidae), Part 3 Article (PDF Available) in American Museum Novitates () November with .The type species, B. cubana Dumitresco and Georgesco, has attained a pantropical distribution, and has at least three earlier names; Xestaspis parumpunctata Simon from Sierra Leone, Gamasomorpha perplexa Bryant from the Virgin Islands, and B.
recondita (Chickering) from Panama are each placed as senior synonyms of B. cubana.