Tetragnatha elongata Walckenaer, 1841,

Dean, David Allen, 2016, Catalogue of Texas spiders, ZooKeys 570, pp. 1-703: 367-368

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/91521936-9D39-5B40-1251-FE6E81370CC2

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scientific name

Tetragnatha elongata Walckenaer, 1841
status

 

Taxon classification Animalia Araneae Tetragnathidae

Tetragnatha elongata Walckenaer, 1841 

Tetragnatha elongata  Agnew et al. 1985: 7; Brown 1974: 237; Dondale et al. 2003: 83, mf, desc. (figs 144-156); Jackman 1997: 168; Jones 1936: 70; Levi 1981a: 300, mf, desc. (figs 74-89); McKenzie and Reddell 1964: 7; Reddell 1965: 170; Seeley 1928: 109; Vogel 1970b: 21

Distribution.

Eastern ½ Texas; Archer, Bell, Brown, Burleson, Clay, Comanche, Dallas, Erath, Harrison, Kerr, Lee, Nacogdoches (imm.), Travis, Wichita

Locality.

Proctor Lake

Caves.

Bell ( Adam’s Gold Mine)

Time of activity.

Male (March - June, October - November); female (March - May, August - September)

Habitat.

(grass: grass); (landscape features: cave); (littoral: brush pile by creek); (web: web in grass by creek)

Method.

sweeping [m]

Type.

Carolina’s (of 1841)

Etymology.

Latin, long jaws

Collection.

DMNS, MSU, TAMU, TMM