Heteropoda venatoria

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Heteropoda venatoria
Heteropoda venatoria

Taxonavigation[edit]

Taxonavigation: Sparassoidea 

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Animalia
Subregnum: Eumetazoa
Cladus: Bilateria
Cladus: Nephrozoa
Cladus: Protostomia
Cladus: Ecdysozoa
Cladus: Panarthropoda
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Chelicerata
Classis: Arachnida
Ordo: Araneae
Subordo: Opisthothelae
Infraordo: Araneomorphae
Taxon: Neocribellatae
Series: Entelegynae
Sectio: Dionycha
Superfamilia: Sparassoidea

Familia: Sparassidae
Subfamilia: Heteropodinae
Genus: Heteropoda
Species: Heteropoda venatoria
Subspecies: H. v. chinesica – H. v. emarginata – H. v. foveolata – H. v. japonica – H. v. maculipes – H. v. pseudomarginata

Name[edit]

Heteropoda venatoria (Linnaeus, 1767)

Synonyms[edit]

  • Aranea venatoria Linnaeus, 1767 (original combination)
  • Olios freycineti Walckenaer, 1837
  • Olios albifrons Lucas, 1852
  • Helicopis maderiana Thorell, 1875
  • Ocypete thoracica Koch, 1845: 42 (synonymized by Jäger, 2014: 147)
    • Type locality: Indonesia, Java.
      • Holotype: male ♂. types most likely lost.
  • Sarotes aulicus Koch, 1878: 766 (synonymized by Jäger, 2014: 147)
    • ♀ holotype not found.
  • Sarotes truncus McCook, 1878: 147 (synonymized by Jäger, 2014: 147)
    • ♀ holotype not found
  • Sarotes peditatus Karsch, 1881: 38
    • Type locality: Japan.
      • Holotype: ZMB. female ♀. PJ 3173. 3566
  • Heteropoda andamanensis Tikader, 1977: 189 (synonymized by Jäger, 2014: 147)
    • Type locality: Long Island, Middle Andaman, India.
      • Holotype: ZSI. female ♀. 17.V.1971. legit B.K. Tikader
  • Heteropoda nicobarensis Tikader, 1977: 191 (synonymized by Jäger, 2014: 147)
    • Type locality: Guest House, Kamorta Island, Nicobar, India.
      • Holotype: ZSI. female ♀. 20.III.1970. legit B.K. Tikader
  • Heteropoda venatoria japonica Strand, 1907: 559 (synonymized by Jäger, 2014: 147)
    • Type locality: Japan, China
      • Syntypes: SMNS. males ♂♂. destroyed in 2nd world war.
  • Heteropoda venatoria chinesica Strand, 1907: 559 (synonymized by Jäger, 2014: 147)
    • Type locality: China.
      • Holotype: SMNS. male ♂. destroyed in 2nd world war.
  • Heteropoda venatoria maculipes Strand, 1907: 559 (synonymized by Jäger, 2014: 147)
    • Type locality: China, Guangdong Province, Fu Mui.
      • Holotype: SMNS. male ♂. destroyed in 2nd world war.
  • Heteropoda nicki Strand, 1915: 246 (synonymized by Jäger, 2014: 147)
    • Type locality: Indonesia, E Java.
      • Holotype: SMF. female ♀. PJ 230. 4581.
  • Heteropoda nicki quala Strand, 1915: 247 (synonymized by Jäger, 2014: 147)
    • Type locality: Indonesia, Sumatra, Bandar Kwala [= Bandar Kuala], 3°20'37.00"N, 98°49'25.00"E, 100 m.
      • Holotype: SMF. female ♀. PJ 294. 4582.
  • Heteropoda venatoria pluridentata Hogg, 1914
  • Heteropoda tokarensis Yaginuma, 1961: 84 (synonymized by Jäger, 2014: 147)
    • Type locality: Japan, Nakanoshima Island, 29°50'21.16"N, 129°51'51.45"E, 220 m.
      • Holotype: NSMT. male ♂.
  • Heteropoda hainanensis Li, 1991: 366 (synonymized by Jäger, 2014: 147)
    • Type locality: China, Hainan Province, Lingshui County, 18°30'21.96"N, 110°1'57.97"E, 10 m.
      • Holotype: PPSG. male ♂.
  • Palystes ledleyi Hogg, 1922
  • Heteropoda shimen Yin, Peng, Yan & Bao, 2000
    • Type locality: Shimen County (31054'N,1110~8'E),Mt. Huping, China.
      • Holotype: HBRI. female ♀. 25.VI-05.VII.1992. legit Peng Xíanjin.
  • Heteropoda venatoriaLatreille, 1804

References[edit]

Primary references[edit]

  • Linnaeus, C. 1767. Systema naturae per regna tria naturae, secundum classes, ordines, genera, species, cum characteribus differentiis, synonymis, locis. Editio duodecima, reformata. Holmiae, 1(2): 533–1327 (Araneae, pp. 1030-1037). [1035]

Additional references[edit]

Links[edit]

  • Platnick, N. I. 2008. The World Spider Catalog, version 9.0. American Museum of Natural History. [1]

Vernacular names[edit]

日本語: アシダカグモ
한국어: 농발거미
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