Pribumia Huber

Huber, Bernhard A., Eberle, Jonas & Dimitrov, Dimitar, 2018, The phylogeny of pholcid spiders: a critical evaluation of relationships suggested by molecular data (Araneae, Pholcidae), ZooKeys 789, pp. 51-101: 83

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.789.22781

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persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/8BC96288-E983-4EAC-8015-7A6A26F5D729

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scientific name

Pribumia Huber
status

gen. n.

Pribumia Huber  gen. n.

Pholcus minang  group: Huber 2011a: 144.

Type species.

Pholcus singalang  Huber, 2011.

Etymology.

The name is derived from Pribumi, a name for native Indonesians. Gender feminine.

Diagnosis

(adapted from Huber 2011a). Distinguished from other genera in Pholcinae  by the combination of the following characters: elongate abdomen, six eyes, eye triads on stalks, male chelicerae with proximal and distal apophyses, distal apophyses ‘divided’ (consisting of two parts; Huber 2011a: figs. 640, 664), male palpal femur proximo-ventrally enlarged ( Huber 2011a: figs. 628, 650), bulb with uncus, with complex sclerotized embolus, without appendix, epigynum weakly sclerotized, with small ‘knob’.

Distribution.

Malay Peninsula and Sumatra ( Huber 2011a: fig. 626; note that Pholcus tahai  in that figure is now in Apokayana  ).

Composition.

The Pholcus minang  group originally included seven species. Of these, Pholcus tahai  is now in Apokayana  (see above); the six others are newly transferred from Pholcus  : P. minang  (Huber, 2011); P. singalang  (Huber, 2011); P. hurau  (Huber, 2011); P. bohorok  (Huber, 2011); P. atrigularis  (Simon, 1901); assigned tentatively: P. diopsis  (Simon, 1901).