Mermessus undulatus (Emerton, 1914)
- Rank: Species
- Status: accepted
- Last updated: - -
- LSID: [urn:lsid:nmbe.ch:spidersp:010370]
- Distribution: USA, Canada
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Parerigone undulata Crosby, 1926: 4.
Eperigone contorta undulata Crosby & Bishop, 1928a: 49, f. 106 (m).
Oedothorax undulatus Crosby & Bishop, 1928b: 1050.
Eperigone undulata Millidge, 1987: 11, f. 15-20 (mf, removed from S of M. contortus).
Eperigone undulata Paquin & Dupérré, 2003: 101, f. 951-954 (mf).
Crosby, C. R. (1926). Some arachnids from the Carlsbad Cave of New Mexico. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 28: 1-5. -- Show included taxa
Crosby, C. R. & Bishop, S. C. (1928a). Revision of the spider genera Erigone, Eperigone and Catabrithorax (Erigoneae). New York State Museum Bulletin 278: 1-73. -- Show included taxa
Crosby, C. R. & Bishop, S. C. (1928b). Araneae. In: A list of the insects of New York. Memoirs of the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station 101, 1034-1074. -- Show included taxa
Emerton, J. H. (1914). New spiders from the neighborhood of Ithaca. Journal of The New York Entomological Society 22: 262-264. -- Show included taxa
Millidge, A. F. (1987). The erigonine spiders of North America. Part 8. The genus Eperigone Crosby and Bishop (Araneae, Linyphiidae). American Museum Novitates 2885: 1-75. -- Show included taxa
Paquin, P. & Dupérré, N. (2003). Guide d'identification des araignées de Québec. Fabreries, Supplement 11: 1-251. -- Show included taxa
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