Taxon details

Afroceto martini (Simon, 1897)

Rank: Species (Genus type) | Status: accepted | Described: m f | LSID: []
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Distribution: East, Southern Africa

Taxonomic references
Ceto coenosa Simon, 1897a: 179, f. 183 (m, misidentified).
Ceto martini Simon, 1897a: 179, f. 184.
Ceto martini Simon, 1897b: 509 (Df).
Ceto curvipes Tucker, 1920: 480, pl. 29, f. 18 (Dm) [].
Ceto tridentata Lessert, 1923: 200, f. 50-51 (Dm) [].
Ceto simoni Lawrence, 1942: 172, f. 22 (Df) [].
Cetonana martini Bosselaers & Jocqué, 2002: 250, f. 3A, 4E (mf).
Afroceto martini Lyle & Haddad, 2010: 332, f. 1-2, 23-41 (Tmf from Cetonana, S).

Bosselaers, J. & Jocqué, R. (2002). Studies in Corinnidae: cladistic analysis of 38 corinnid and liocranid genera, and transfer of Phrurolithinae. Zoologica Scripta 31: 241-270. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Lawrence, R. F. (1942). A contribution to the araneid fauna of Natal and Zululand. Annals of the Natal Museum 10: 141-190. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Lessert, R. (1923). Araignées du sud de l'Afrique. Revue Suisse de Zoologie 30: 161-212. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Lyle, R. & Haddad, C. R. (2010). A revision of the tracheline sac spider genus Cetonana Strand, 1929 in the Afrotropical region, with descriptions of two new genera (Araneae: Corinnidae). African Invertebrates 51: 321-384. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Simon, E. (1897b). Etudes arachnologiques. 27e Mémoire. XLII. Descriptions d'espèces nouvelles de l'ordre des Araneae. Annales de la Société Entomologique de France 65: 465-510. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Simon, E. (1897a). Histoire naturelle des araignées. Paris 2, 1-192. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Tucker, R. W. E. (1920). Contributions to the South African Arachnid Fauna. II. On some new South African spiders of the families Barychelidae, Dipluridae, Eresidae, Zodariidae, Heracliidae, Urocteidae, Clubionidae. Annals of the South African Museum 17: 439-488. download pdf -- Show included taxa

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