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Published: 2023-06-28
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Two species of hackled-orb web spider genus Hyptiotes (Araneae, Uloboridae) from Guangxi, China

College of Life Science; Hunan Normal University; Changsha 410081; Hunan; China
College of Life Science; Hunan Normal University; Changsha 410081; Hunan; China
College of Life Science; Hunan Normal University; Changsha 410081; Hunan; China
College of Life Science; Hunan Normal University; Changsha 410081; Hunan; China
Araneae Hyptiotes new species taxonomy triangle spiders


Two species of the genus Hyptiotes Walckenaer 1837 are described from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China, including a new species, Hyptiotes nonggang n. sp. (♂♀), and a known species, Hyptiotes paradoxus (C. L. Koch, 1834) (♂♀) which is the type species. Detailed descriptions and illustrations of the two species are provide, and a map of collecting localities of them in China is also provided.



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