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Uyar Z.,University of Science and Arts of Iran | Bosmans R.,Terrestrial Ecology Unit
Entomological News | Year: 2014

A total of 17 species were recorded from West-Anatolia (Aydin, Balikesir, Bursa and Manisa); Araneus triguttatus (Fabricius, 1793) and Araniella proxima (Kulczyn'ski, 1885) are new for the territory of Turkey. The two species are diagnosed, illustrated and described.


Bosmans R.,Terrestrial Ecology Unit | Ozkutuk R.S.,Anadolu University | Varli S.V.,Balikesir University | Kunt K.B.,Poligon Site 71 27 B
Turkish Journal of Zoology | Year: 2014

A new species of Zodarion Walckenaer, 1826 is described based on material collected in the Marmara region of Turkey. Morphological and diagnostic characters and illustrations of the genitalia of both sexes are presented, and the differences with the closely related Zodarion turcicum Wunderlich, 1980 are pointed out. © TÜBİTAK.


Examination of the type material of the forgotten species Liocranum ochraceum Simon, 1867 reveals this species has to be transferred to the genus Anagraphis comb. nov. and that Anagraphis pallida (Hadjissarantos, 1940) is its junior synonym (syn. nov.). Furthermore, the monotypic genus Macedoniella Drensky, 1935 is a junior synonym of Anagraphis and M. karamani a junior synonym of Anagraphis ochraceum (L. Koch, 1867) (syn. nov.). © 2014, Arachnologische Gesellschaft e.V… All rights reserved.


Bosmans R.,Terrestrial Ecology Unit | van Keer J.,Bormstraat 204 bus 3
African Invertebrates | Year: 2015

Cithaeron dippenaarae sp. n. is described from both sexes. The species occurs in stony regions in the south of Morocco. © FUNPEC-RP.


Bosmans R.,Terrestrial Ecology Unit | Castro A.,Sociedad de Ciencias Aranzadi
Arachnology | Year: 2016

A new species of the genus Tenuiphantes is described from France and Spain: Tenuiphantes cantabropyrenaeus Bosmans, n. sp. The species looks like T. jacksoni, T. jacksonoides, and T. zimmermanni. However, the location of the tooth of the lamella characteristica and the shape of the scape distinguish T. cantabropyrenaus from these species. A diagnosis is provided for the new species, together with notes on distribution and habitat. © 2016, British Arachnological Society. All rights reserved.

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