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On the separation of Sitticus ranieri Peckham & Peckham and S. saxicola (C. L. Koch) (Araneae, Salticidae)

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2001

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Kronestedt, Torbjoern, and Logunov, D. V., 2001, On the separation of Sitticus ranieri Peckham & Peckham and S. saxicola (C. L. Koch) (Araneae, Salticidae): Revue Suisse de Zoologie, v. 108, no. 3, p. 463-481.

Summary

Sitticus ranieri Peckham & Peckham and S. saxicola (C. L. Koch) constitute a close group of species due to the morphology of their copulatory organs. Re-examination of specimens previously identified as Sitticus saxicola from Fennoscandia has revealed that they belong to S. ranieri. Redescriptions with illustrations of both species are provided. S. saxicola has a disjunct distribution, occurring in mainly montane areas in the central parts of Europe and on the Balkan peninsula, as well as in the Russian Far-East (known from Sakhalin). S. ranieri shows a wide, hypoarcto-boreal distribution throughout northern Europe and Siberia, extending into North America. North American males of S. ranieri from southern British Columbia, Washington, [...]

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