Erigone changchunensis Zhu & Wen, 1980,

Marusik, Yuri M. & Koponen, Seppo, 2000, New data on spiders (Aranei) from the Maritime Province, Russian Far East, Arthropoda Selecta 9 (1), pp. 55-68: 61

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http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.822713

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scientific name

Erigone changchunensis Zhu & Wen, 1980
status

 

Erigone changchunensis Zhu & Wen, 1980  *

Erigone changchunensis Zhu & Wen, 1980: 18  , f. 1a—d;

Erigone piechokii Heimer, 1987: 142  , f. 9 -1 1, syn.n.;

E. longipalpis (Sufldevall, 1830): Song et al., 1999: f. 93s, 94a,i.

Material examined:l ♂, [21] Khasan Distr, env. ofAndreevka Vill , 42º35-36'N 131º13'E, 11 - 15.08.1998, YMGoogleMaps  .

COMMENTS. The first record in the province and the easternmost point of distribution. Mongolo-Manchurian range. Known from East-Kazakhstan Area [ Eskov & Marusik, 1995; sub E. piechokii  ] lo the east to the Maritime Province (present material) and to the south to Bayankhongor Aimak of Mongolia [ Heimer, 1987], This species has been wrongly synonymised with E. longipalpis. At least original drawings of Zhu & Wen [1980] and those published Song et al. [1999] differ well from E. longipalpis, distributed from Europe to Yenisei [ Eskov, 1994], but fit well to Heimer’s [ 1987] drawings and numerous specimens studied by us from Tuva and Mongolia as well as to paratypes (seen by YM in Museum fur Tierkunde, Dresden). So, most probably all Chinese records of E. longipalpis from Gansu, Hebei and Jilin correspond to this species.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Linyphiidae

Genus

Erigone