Family: Heptathelidae Kishida,1923 [urn:lsid:nmbe.ch:spiderfam:0152] Detail
Nomen dubium
Gen. Sinothela Haupt, 2003 [urn:lsid:nmbe.ch:spidergen:04255] Detail
type Heptathela sinensis Bishop & Crosby, 1932; gender feminine
N.B.: removed from the synonymy of Heptathela Kishida, 1923 by Xu et al., 2015: 137, contra Schwendinger & Ono, 2011: 601; placed as a junior S of Songthela in an earlier version of the catalog; nomen dubium by Xu et al., 2022: 152, but no information given where the male could belong to.
Transferred to other genera:
Sinothela heyangensis (Zhu & Wang, 1984) -- see Luthela
Sinothela luotianensis (Yin, Tang, Zhao & Chen, 2002) -- see Luthela
Sinothela schensiensis (Schenkel, 1953) -- see Luthela
Sinothela xianensis (Zhu & Wang, 1983) -- see Luthela
Nomen dubium:
Sinothela sinensis (Bishop & Crosby, 1932: 5, f. 1-7, f, China, originally in Heptathela) -- Xu et al., 2022: 152, no information given where the male could belong to.
Sinothela sinensis (Bishop & Crosby, 1932) * | m f | China     [urn:lsid:nmbe.ch:spidersp:000023]
Heptathela sinensis Bishop & Crosby, 1932: 5, f. 1-7 (Df).
Heptathela sinensis Bristowe, 1933a: 1055, f. 12.
Heptathela sinensis Wen & Zhu, 1980: 39, f. 1.1-9 (f, Dm).
Heptathela sinensis Haupt, 1983: 285, f. 9c (f).
Heptathela sinensis Hu, 1984: 26, f. 24-26 (mf).
Heptathela sinensis Song & Haupt, 1984: 445, f. 1a-b, 2a, 3a (m).
Heptathela sinensis Zhu & Shi, 1985: 48, f. 39a-g (mf).
Heptathela sinensis Zhang, 1987: 44, f. 30.1-5 (mf).
Heptathela sinensis Zhao, 1993: 53, f. 19a-c (mf).
Heptathela sinensis Song, Zhu & Chen, 1999: 33, f. 15F, N-O (mf).
Abcathela sinensis Ono, 2000: 150 (T from Heptathela; N.B.: genus not accepted by Platnick in his online catalogs).
Heptathela sinensis Song, Zhu & Chen, 2001: 46, f. 17A-E (mf).
Sinothela sinensis Haupt, 2003: 71, f. 62F (m).
Songthela sinensis Zhu & Zhang, 2011: 30, f. 10A-D (mf).
Sinothela sinensis Xu et al., 2015a: 139 (T from Heptathela, mf f. 35-39 see Luthela yiyuan).
Sinothela sinensis Xu et al., 2022: 152 (nomen dubium [f], but no information given where the male could belong to).
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