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New and little known species of the jumping spiders from Central Asia (Araneae: Salticidae)

D.V. Logunov

Abstract. The following seven new species are described: Pseudicius chinensis sp. n. and P. szechuanensis sp. n. from China, Sichuan; Pellenes dilutus sp. n. from South Kazakhstan; P. pulcher sp. n. from North Kazakhstan and Tuva; P. tesin sp. n. from Turkmenistan; Ptocasius songi sp. n. from China, Sichuan; and P. variegatus sp. n. from Sourth Kazakhzstan. The female of Sitticus pulchellus Logunov, 1992 is described for the first time. Pseudicius braunsi (Peckham & Peckham, 1903), originally described from Sourth Africa, is recorded from Palaearctic (Turkmenistan) and redescribed. New faunistic records for Salticus dzhungaricus Logunov, 1992 are given.

Zoosystematica Rossica, 1994, 3(2): 237–246  ▪  Опубликовано в печати 1 августа 1995 г.


  

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