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Brasilionata

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Brasilionata is a genus of Brazilian spiders first described by Wunderlich in 1995. It is represented by a single species, B. arborense.[1][2] The defining characteristics of this genus include a homogeneous color pattern on the back of the abdomen, setae on the cymbial fold the same size as other setae, a space between the anterior median eyes, and a pointed switch on the end of the palpal bulb similar to that of Microdipoena. Only two specimens have been identified, one in 1995 and another in 2015.[3]

References

  1. ^ a b "Mysmenidae". World Spider Catalog. Natural History Museum Bern. Retrieved 2017-04-10.
  2. ^ Wunderlich, J. (1995). "Drei bisher unbekannte Arten und Gattungen der Familie Anapidae (s.l.) aus Süd-Afrika, Brasilien und Malaysia (Arachnida: Araneae)". Beiträge zur Araneologie (in German). 4: 543–551.
  3. ^ Hormiga, G.; Lopardo, L. (2015). "Out of the twilight zone: phylogeny and evolutionary morphology of the orb-weaving spider family Mysmenidae, with a focus on spinneret spigot morphology in symphytognathoids (Araneae, Araneoidea)". Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 173: 784. doi:10.1111/zoj.12199.
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Brasilionata: Brief Summary

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Brasilionata is a genus of Brazilian spiders first described by Wunderlich in 1995. It is represented by a single species, B. arborense. The defining characteristics of this genus include a homogeneous color pattern on the back of the abdomen, setae on the cymbial fold the same size as other setae, a space between the anterior median eyes, and a pointed switch on the end of the palpal bulb similar to that of Microdipoena. Only two specimens have been identified, one in 1995 and another in 2015.

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