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Arachnida. Araneidea and Opiliones . Volume II (1897-1905) by Frederick O. Picard-Cambridge

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Listed below are the plates associated with this volume title. Plates are listed by plate number and truncated descriptions (generally genus) of the figure information.

  • Tab. 1: Bothriocyrtum (1 species) ; Eucteniza (1 species) ; Eutychides (1 species) ; Eurypelma (11 species) ; Neoctenzia (1 species) ; Enrico (1 species) ; Pachylomerus (1 species) ; Schizopelma (1 species) ; Sericopelma (1 series) ; Sphaerobothria (1 species) ; Paraphysa (1 species) ;
  • Tab. 2: Cratorrhagus (1 species) ; Hapalopus (1 species) ; Euagrus (1 species) ; Eurypelma (2 species); Euagrus (1 species) ; Ischnothele (2 species) ; Fufius (1 species) ; Schizopelma (1 species) ; Metriopelma (1 species) ; Acanthopelma (1 species) ; Hapalopus (1 species)
  • Tab. 3: Eurypelma (1 species) ; Hapalopus (1 species) ; Fufius (1 species) ; Davus (1 species) ; Dysderina (1 species) ; Caponina (1 species) ; Nops (1 species) ; Filistrata (1 species) ; Filistata (2 species) ; Filistratoides (1 species) ; Sicarius (1 species) ; Sicaroides (1 species)
  • Tab. 4: Scytodes (3 species) ; Loxosceles(1 species) ; Diguetia (1 species) ; Echemus (1 species) ; Drassodes (1 species) ; Drassodes (1 species) ; Scotophaeus (1 species) ; Prosthesima (1 species) ; Prosthesima (1 species) ; Cesonia (1 species) ; Gnaphosa (1 species)
  • Tab. 5: Scotophaeus (1 species) ; Corinna (17 species) ; Trachelas (1 species)
  • Tab. 6: Trachelas (7 species); Mazax (1 species) ; Chracanthium (1 species) ; Eutrichurus (1 species) ; Strotarchus (3 species); Clubiona (7 species)
  • Tab. 7: Lauricius (1 species) ; Chemmis (1 species) ; Anyphaena (12 species) ; Aysha (2 species) ; Teudis (3 species) ; Sillus (4 species) ; Wulfila (1 species) ; Cragus (1 species) ; Macrophyes (1 species) ; Ctenus (3 species)
  • Tab. 8: Chemmis (1 species) ; Ctenus (9 species) Celaetycheus (1 species) ; Selenops (5 species) ; Pseudosparianthis (1 species) ; Heteropoda (1 species)
  • Tab. 9: Hoedillus (1 species) ; Sparassus (11 species) ; Ramnes (1 species) ; Prusias (1 species) ; Ebo (1 species) ; Philodromus (1 species) ; Apollophanes (2 species) ; Thanatus (1 species) ; Tibellus (1 species) ; Pistius (1 species) ; Misumenoides (6 species) ; Runcinia (1 species) ; Misumena (1 species)
  • Tab. 10: Misumenops (10 species) ; Xysticus (2 species) ; Synema (8 species); Parasynema (1 species) ; Tmarus (8 species) ; Epicadinus (1 species) ; Epicadus (1 species) ; Onocolus (1 species) ; Tobias (1 species)
  • Tab. 11: Metatobias (1 species) ; Paratobias (1 species) ; Stephanopoides (1 species) ; Parastephanops (1 species) ; Isaloides (1 species) ; Majella (2 species) ; Strophius (1 species) ; Toxeus (2 species) ; Martella (2 species) ; Simonella (1 species)
  • Tab. 12: Simonella (2 species) ; Paradamoetas (1 species) ; Synageles (1 species) ; Keyserlingiella (1 species) ; Erica (1 species) ; Lyssomanes (3 species)
  • Tab. 13: Lyssomanes (13 species) Asemonea (1 species) ; Cobanus (2 species)
  • Tab. 14: Cobanus (3 species) ; Amycus (5 species)
  • Tab. 15: Titanattus (1 species) ; Amycus (3 species) ; Sidusa (9 species)
  • Tab. 16: Sidusa (11 species)
  • Tab. 17: Sidusa (13 species)
  • Tab. 18: Sidusa (4 species) Pensacola (3 species) ; Pardessus (2 species) ; Cyrene (4 species)
  • Tab. 19: Cyrene (15 species)
  • Tab. 20: Cyrene (15 species) ; Thotmes (2 species)
  • Tab. 21: Habronattus (7 species) ; Colonus (2 species) ; Epinga (1 species) ; Marpissa (2 species)
  • Tab. 22: Marpissa (4 species) ; Phanias (1 species) ; Metacyrba (1 species) ; Paramarpissa (1 species) ; Cheliferoides (1 species) ; Rudra (2 species) ; Anoka (2 species)
  • Tab. 23: Ashtabula (2 species) ; Metaphidippus (10 species)
  • Tab. 24: Metaphidippus (17 species)
  • Tab. 25: Metaphidippus (10 species) ; Paraphidippus (3 species)
  • Tab. 26: Paraphidippus (6 species) ; Phidippus (3 species)
  • Tab. 27: Phidippus (9 species) ; Parnaenus (3 species) ; Zygoballus (1 species)
  • Tab. 28: Zygoballus (5 species) ; Beata (2 species) ; Homalattoides (3 species) ; Coccorchestes (2 species) ; Fuentes (1 species) ; Balmaceda (1 species)
  • Tab. 29: Tomis (1 species) ; Balmaceda (1 species) ; Nagaina (1 species) ; Bagheera (1 species) ; Shira (1 species) ; Avitus (1 species) ; Akela (1 species) ; Tulpius (1 species) ; Messua (1 species) ; Eris (1 species) ; Continusa (1 species) ; Epiblemum (1 species) ; Euophrys (1 species) ; Euophrys (1 species) ; Cupiennius (1 species) ; Cupiennius (1 species) ; Ctenus (1 species) ; Heteropoda (1 species) ; Lycosa (1 species)
  • Tab. 30: Cupiennius (1 species) ; Lycoctenus (1 species) ; Thaumasia (2 species) ; Tinus (3 species) ; Enna (1 species) ; Trechalea (3 species) ; Syntrechalea (1 species) ; Pardosa (5 species)
  • Tab. 31: Pardosa (7 species) ; Lycosa (14 species) ; Pirata (1 species) ; Arctosa (3 species) ; Sosippus (1 species) ; Tegenaria (2 species) ; Agelenopsis (4 species)
  • Tab. 32: Agelenopsisi (10 species) ; Peucetia (2 species) ; Oxyopes (10 species) ; Hamataliva (1 species)
  • Tab. 33: Senoculus (2 species) ; Tama (2 species) ; Zorocrates (2 species) ; Acanthoctenus (2 species) ; Metafecenia (1 species) ; Dictyna (3 species) ; Temecula (1 species)
  • Tab. 34: Deinopis (2 species) ; Uloborus (6 species) ; Miagrammopes (2 species) ; Artema (1 species) ; Modisimus (4 species) ; Physocyclus (1 species)
  • Tab. 35: Physocyclus (2 species) ; Spermophora (1 species) ; Metagonia (1 species) ; Micromerys (1 species) ; Corissocnemis (2 species) ; Teutana (1 species) ; Wamba (1 species) ; Stearodea (1 species) ; Lithyphantes (3 species) ; Asagena (3 species) ; Latrodectus (3 species)
  • Tab. 36: Steatoda (19 species) ; Theridion (4 species)
  • Tab. 37: Theridion (5 species) ; Theridula (3 species) ; Anelosimus (3 species) ; Thwaitesia (1 species) ; Euryopis (4 species) ; Episinus (2 species) ; Spintharus(1 species) ; Achaea (2 species)
  • Tab. 38: Argyodes (10 species) ; Rhomphaea (4 species) ; Ariamnes (1 species)
  • Tab. 39: Mimetus (4 species) ; Galena (3 species) ; Neriene (13 species)
  • Tab. 40: Frontinella (7 species) ; Tetragnatha (5 species)
  • Tab. 41: Tetragnatha (8 species) ; Plesiometa (1 species) ; Leucauge (2 species)
  • Tab. 42: Leucauge (10 species) ; Mecynometa (1 species) ; Metargyra (1 species) ; Pseudometa (6 species) ; Nephila (1 species) ; Argyope (1 species)
  • Tab. 43: Argyope (1 species) ; Metargyope (1 species) ; Miranda (1 species) ; Metepeira (4 species) ; Drexelia (1 species) ; Eriophora (1 species)
  • Tab. 44: Eriophora (2 species) ; Neoscona (11 species)
  • Tab. 45: Neosconella (6 species) ; Mangora (7 species) ; Marxia (1 species) ; Verrucosa (2 species)
  • Tab. 46: Wixia (7 species) ; Parawixia (9 species) ; Cyclosa (1 species)
  • Tab. 47: Cyclosa (13 species) ; Wagneriana (4 species) ; Salassina (1 species) ; Metazygia (2 species)
  • Tab. 48: Acacesia (1 species) ; Eustala (12 species) ; Aranea (2 species)
  • Tab. 49: Aranea (20 species) ; Edricus (2 species)
  • Tab. 50: Aranea (1 species) ; Micrathena (18 species)
  • Tab. 51: Aranea (5 species) ; Scolodera (3 species) ; Kaira (3 species) ; Hentzia (1 species) ; Micrathena (9 species) ; Tricantha (1 species) ; Hypognatha (1 species)
  • Tab. 52: Paravonones (5 species) ; Metavonones (1 species) ; Erginoides (1 species) ; Metacynorta (1 species) ; Cynorta (9 species) ; Erginus (6 species)
  • Tab. 53: Erginus (11 species); Meterginus (5 species) ; Poecilaema (1 species)
  • Tab. 54: Hernandarioides (1 species) ; Metapachylus (1 species) ; Paramitraceras (2 species) ; Palpinus (1 species) ; Phalangium (5 species) ; Leiobunum (5 species)
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