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From taxonomic literature to cybertaxonomic content Naturalis
Miller, J.A.; Dikow, T.; Agosti, D.; Sautter, G.; Catapano, T.; Penev, L.; Zhang, Z.-Q.; Pentcheff, D.; Pyle, R.; Blum, S.; Parr, C.; Freeland, C.; Garnett, T.; Ford, L.S.; Muller, B.; Smith, L.; Strader, G.; Georgiev, T.; Bénichou, L..
Taxonomy is a fundamental science that provides the scaffolding for biology. But the true value of taxonomic data remains unrealized because basic biodiversity information remains fragmented and unevenly accessible. Taxonomy helps us recognize species and map their distributions by generating text descriptions, images, and records of when and where they have been observed. Current rates of species extinction, habitat loss, and climate change mean that taxonomy has never been more relevant. Biodiversity is one of the most information-rich fields of human knowledge, but advances in basic cybertaxonomic infrastructure have only recently provided the tools to organize biodiversity information in ways that respond to a wide range of user groups, including...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Cybertaxonomy; Open access publishing; Semantic content; XML markup; 42.70; 54.84.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/434476
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Revision of the genus Draconarius Ovtchinnikov 1999 (Agelenidae: Coelotinae) in Yunnan, China, with an analysis of the Coelotinae diversity in the Gaoligongshan Mountains Naturalis
Wang, X.-P.; Griswold, C.E.; Miller, J.A..
A total of 71 species of the spider subfamily Coelotinae are recorded from Yunnan, China. The seven species that belong to the Coelotes pseudoterrestris species group were revised by Wang et al. (2009). Three species of the genus Pireneitega, one species of the genus Platocoelotes will be studied in a future revision of the genera. The rest of the 60 Draconarius species are described in this study, including 26 new species. All the new species were collected during a 10 year inventory of the Gaoligongshan Mountains in western Yunnan by the California Academy of Sciences and the Hunan Normal University: Draconarius adnatus sp. nov. (♂♀), D. anceps sp. nov. (♀), D. catillus sp. nov. (♂), D. curvus sp. nov. (♀), D. duplus sp. nov. (♀), D. euryembolus sp. nov....
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Draconarius; New species; Gaoligongshan Mountains; Biodiversity.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/434485
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Synaphridae of Madagascar (Araneae: Araneoidea): A New Family Record for the Afrotropical Region Naturalis
Miller, J.A..
The spider family Synaphridae is reported for the first time from Madagascar. Three new species are described. Africepheia gen. nov. is established for A. madagascariensis sp. nov.; two species of Synaphris Simon, 1894 are described: S. schlingeri sp. nov. and S. toliara sp. nov. Diagnostic characteristics for the family and putative synapomorphies are discussed, elucidated by scanning electron microscope images representing both Malagasy genera. This research highlights the connection between large scale collecting efforts in biodiversity hotspots like Madagascar and advances in systematics.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Taxonomy; Synapomorphy; Scanning electron microscopy; Africepheia; Cepheia; Synaphris; 42.74.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/306631
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Taxonomic revision of the spider family Penestomidae (Araneae, Entelegynae) Naturalis
Miller, J.A.; Griswold, C.E.; Haddad, C.R..
Conflicting character evidence and a scarcity of male specimens has historically made placement of the spider subfamily Penestominae Simon problematic. The Penestominae was recently removed from the family Eresidae and promoted to family rank based on the results of a molecular phylogenetic study; a complementary taxonomic revision of the Penestomidae is presented here. Penestomidae contains a single genus, Penestomus Simon, 1902. The genus Wajane Lehtinen, 1967 was previously included in the Penestominae, and distinguished from Penestomus based on the lack of a cribellum. Wajane is, in fact, cribellate, and is here synonymized with Penestomus New synonymy. Nine Penestomus species are recognized: four species are redescribed (P. planus Simon, 1902, P....
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Cribellum; Cybertaxonomy; Eresidae; Penestomus; South Africa; Wajane; Zodariidae; 42.74.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/434475
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The symphytognathoid spiders of the Gaoligongshan, Yunnan, China (Araneae, Araneoidea): Systematics and diversity of micro-orbweavers Naturalis
Miller, J.A.; Griswold, C.E.; Yin, C.M..
A ten-year inventory of the Gaoligongshan in western Yunnan Province, China, yielded more than 1000 adult spider specimens belonging to the symphytognathoid families Theridiosomatidae, Mysmenidae, Anapidae, and Symphytognathidae. These specimens belong to 36 species, all herein described as new. In Theridiosomatidae: Epeirotypus dalong sp. n., Ogulnius barbandrewsi sp. n., Baalzebub nemesis sp. n., Theridiosoma diwang sp. n., Theridiosoma shuangbi sp. n., Zoma dibaiyin sp. n., Wendilgarda muji sp. n., Coddingtonia euryopoides gen. n., sp. n.; in Mysmenidae: Mysmena changouzi sp. n., Mysmena jinlong sp. n., Mysmena bizi sp. n., Mysmena goudao sp. n., Mysmena haban sp. n., Mysmena shibali sp. n., Simaoa yaojia gen. n., sp. n., Simaoa kavanaugh sp. n., Simaoa...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Theridiosomatidae; Mysmenidae; Symphytognathidae; Anapidae; Biodiversity; Endemism; Labral spur; 42.74.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/420193
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The velvet spiders: an atlas of the Eresidae (Arachnida, Araneae) Naturalis
Miller, J.A.; Griswold, C.E.; Scharff, N.; Řezáč, M.; Szűts, T.; Marhabaie, M..
The family Eresidae C. L. Koch, 1850 is reviewed at the genus level. The family comprises nine genera including one new genus. They are: Adonea Simon, 1873, Dorceus C. L. Koch, 1846, Dresserus Simon, 1876, Eresus Walckenaer, 1805, Gandanameno Lehtinen, 1967, Loureedia gen. n., Paradonea Lawrence, 1968, Seothyra Purcell, 1903, and Stegodyphus Simon, 1873. A key to all genera and major lineages is provided along with corresponding diagnoses, as well as descriptions of selected species. These are documented with collections of photographs, scanning electron micrographs, and illustrations. A new phylogeny of Eresidae based on molecular sequence data expands on a previously published analysis. A species of the genus Paradonea Lawrence, 1968 is sequenced and...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Ladybird spiders; Molecular phylogeny; Spinneret spigot morphology; Taxonomy; 42.74.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/419786
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Web-sharing Sociality and Cooperative Prey Capture in a Malagasy Spitting Spider (Araneae: Scytodidae) Naturalis
Miller, J.A..
Web-sharing sociality and cooperative prey capture are reported for Scytodes socialis, sp. nov., a spitting spider discovered in a dry deciduous forest in Eastern Madagascar. Transect-based sampling was used to investigate colony demographics, estimate web volume and stratigraphic position, and assess density of colonies at the study site. The social system in S. socialis is compared to that of other non-territorial social spiders where multiple juveniles and adults of both sexes live in colonies while maintaining an unbiased sex ratio. While this form of sociality is previously undocumented in Scytodidae, a variety of social systems is found within the family. With future advances in phylogeny, Scytodidae may become a useful system for studying the...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Web-sharing sociality cooperative prey capture Scytodidae Scytodes socialis; Sp. nov. 42.74.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/306630
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