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Published: 2024-05-21
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Two new species of the comb-footed spider genus Lasaeola Simon, 1881 (Araneae: Theridiidae) from China

College of Life Sciences; Hunan Normal University; Changsha; Hunan 410081; China
Guangdong University of Petrochemical Technology; Maoming; Guangdong 525000; China
College of Life Sciences; Hunan Normal University; Changsha; Hunan 410081; China
Key Laboratory of Chemical Biology & Traditional Chinese Medicine Research (Ministry of Education); College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Hunan Normal University; Changsha; Hunan 410081; China
College of Life Sciences; Hunan Normal University; Changsha; Hunan 410081; China
Araneae comb-footed spiders Hadrotarsinae Hubei Hunan taxonomy Yunnan

Abstract

Two new species of the spider genus Lasaeola Simon, 1881 are described from China based on both sexes: Lasaeola pinna n. sp., and Lasaeola tengchongensis n. sp. Distribution data, detailed morphological characteristics, and illustrations of body and genital organs are presented.

 

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