Apopyllus silvestrii ( Simon, 1905 )

Piñanez Espejo, Yolanda M. G., Kochalka, John A. & Garcete Barrett, Bolívar R., 2019, A new species and two new records of the ground spider genus Apopyllus (Araneae, Gnaphosidae) from Paraguay, Zootaxa 4664 (4), pp. 594-600: 597-598

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4664.4.12

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scientific name

Apopyllus silvestrii ( Simon, 1905 )
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Apopyllus silvestrii ( Simon, 1905)  ( Figs 3View FIGURE 3, 6aView FIGURE 6)

Material examined. PARAGUAY: Itapúa: Alto Verá: Kanguery , 26°30’43.5”S 55°47’34.0”W, 1 ♂, 12–16.I.2017, Y. Piñanez coll. (IBNP-Invert.-JAK-CR 2945)GoogleMaps  .

Additional material examined. ARGENTINA:El Bolson: Rio Negro, 1♂, 1♀, 20–27.V.1962, A. Kovács coll.( AMNH)  ; BOLIVIA: San Antonio de Parapeti: Rio Parapeti , 1♂, 1–5.IX.1964, B. Malkin coll. ( AMNH)  ; Songo- tal, 3800m, 1♀, 30. II.1953, Forster & Schindler coll. ( AMNH)  ; PERU: San Mateo, 3000m, 1♀, 7.I.1939, W. Weyrauch coll. ( AMNH)  ; Punol: ( Lago Titicaca ), 3900m, 1♀, XI.1947, W. Weyrauch coll. ( AMNH)  .

Distribution. This species is known from southern South America, with the northernmost record from southeastern Peru.

Remarks. This species is diagnosed by the general shape of the RTA ( Fig. 3c, fView FIGURE 3). The specimen was captured in the same collecting conditions as A. Kanguery.

AMNH

American Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Gnaphosidae

Genus

Apopyllus