Tetragnatha guatemalensis O. P.-Cambridge, 1889,

Dean, David Allen, 2016, Catalogue of Texas spiders, ZooKeys 570, pp. 1-703: 368

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.570.6095

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:CE0DA439-F6F6-4DCF-8225-5700A3C50098

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/7656EB0F-4A08-65EE-AA90-01DAB235EA5D

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scientific name

Tetragnatha guatemalensis O. P.-Cambridge, 1889
status

 

Taxon classification Animalia Araneae Tetragnathidae

Tetragnatha guatemalensis O. P.-Cambridge, 1889 

Tetragnatha guatemalensis  Agnew et al. 1985: 7; Bradley 2013: 220; Dondale et al. 2003: 81, mf, desc. (figs 134-143); Guarisco 2008b: 5; Jackman 1997: 168; Jackman et al. 2007: 199; Knutson et al. 2010: 516; Levi 1981a: 296 [S], mf, desc. (figs 46-55); Rapp 1984: 5; Rice 1986: 124

Tetragnatha seneca  Seeley, 1928; Brown 1974: 237

Tetragnatha laudativa  Gertsch and Mulaik, 1936; Bonnet 1959: 4337; Gertsch and Mulaik 1936b: 15, mf, desc. (figs 33-35); Roewer 1942: 993; Vogel 1970b: 22

Distribution.

North-central and south Texas; Archer, Cameron, Clay, Comanche, Dallas, Galveston, Hidalgo, Hood, Howard, Hunt, Kerr, Kleberg, Lee, Limestone, Nacogdoches, San Patricio, Travis, Wharton, Wichita

Locality.

Arkansas Bend Park, Frontera Audubon, Galveston Island State Park, Lake Corpus Christi State Park, Lake Limestone, Lake Rayburn, Lake Somerville State Park [Nails Creek Unit], Lake Tawakoni State Park, Lakeside Park South, Proctor Lake, Sabal Palm Audubon Sanctuary, Starnes Island

Time of activity.

Male (June - December); female (March, June - December)

Habitat.

(grass: grass, grassy and shrub area); (littoral: salt marsh); (orchard: grapefruit, orange); (soil/woodland: saltcedar, under log); (structures: outside house); (web: large spider web, on communal web, trees overhanging town lake)

Method.

Beating [mf]; D-Vac suction [mf]

Type.

Guatemala

Etymology.

locality (country)

Collection.

MSU, NMSU, TAMU, TTU