Taxon details


Pardosa distincta (Blackwall, 1846)

  • Rank: Species
  • Status: accepted
  • Described: m f
  • Last updated: - -
  • LSID: [urn:lsid:nmbe.ch:spidersp:018617]
  • Distribution: USA, Canada
Taxonomic references
Lycosa distincta Blackwall, 1846a: 32 (Df).
Pardosa pallida Emerton, 1885: 496, pl. 49, f. 3 (Dmf).
Pardosa pallida Emerton, 1902: 82, f. 197-200 (mf).
Pardosa pallida Montgomery, 1903: 653, pl. 29, f. 3 (f).
Pardosa emertoni Chamberlin, 1908: 190, pl. 8, f. 6, pl. 14, f. 1 (Dmf).
Pardosa emertoni Comstock, 1912: 657, f. 731f.
Pardosa distincta Gertsch, 1934a: 23.
Pardosa distincta Gertsch & Wallace, 1935: 1, f. 4, 8 (mf).
Pardosa emertoni Comstock, 1940: 665, f. 731f (f).
Pardosa distincta Kaston, 1948: 333, f. 1095-1099, 1119-1121 (mf).
Pardosa distincta Vogel, 1964: 10, f. 5-6, 17, 20 (mf).
Pardosa distincta Dondale & Redner, 1990: 151, f. 180-184 (mf).
Pardosa distincta Paquin & Dupérré, 2003: 162, f. 1791-1794 (mf).
Pardosa distincta Vogel, 2004: 64, f. 13, 19 (mf).
References

Blackwall, J. (1846a). Notice of spiders captured by Professor Potter in Canada, with descriptions of such species as appear to be new to science. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 17: 30-44, 76-82. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Chamberlin, R. V. (1908). Revision of North American spiders of the family Lycosidae. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 60: 158-318. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Comstock, J. H. (1912). The spider book; a manual for the study of the spiders and their near relatives, the scorpions, pseudoscorpions, whipscorpions, harvestmen and other members of the class Arachnida, found in America north of Mexico, with analytical keys for their classification and popular accounts of their habits. Garden City, New York, pp. 1-721. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Comstock, J. H. (1940). The spider book, revised and edited by W. J. Gertsch. Cornell Univ. Press, Ithaca, xi + 727 pp. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Dondale, C. D. & Redner, J. H. (1990). The insects and arachnids of Canada, Part 17. The wolf spiders, nurseryweb spiders, and lynx spiders of Canada and Alaska, Araneae: Lycosidae, Pisauridae, and Oxyopidae. Research Branch Agriculture Canada Publication 1856: 1-383. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Emerton, J. H. (1885). New England Lycosidae. Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences 6: 481-505. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Emerton, J. H. (1902). The common spiders of the United States. Boston, 225 pp. doi:10.5962/bhl.title.5617 download pdf -- Show included taxa

Gertsch, W. J. (1934a). Notes on American Lycosidae. American Museum Novitates 693: 1-25. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Gertsch, W. J. & Wallace, H. K. (1935). Further notes on American Lycosidae. American Museum Novitates 794: 1-22. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Kaston, B. J. (1948). Spiders of Connecticut. Bulletin of the Connecticut State Geological and Natural History Survey 70: 1-874. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Montgomery, T. H. (1903). Supplementary notes on spiders of the genera Lycosa, Pardosa, Pirata, and Dolomedes from the northeastern United States. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 55: 645-655. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Paquin, P. & Dupérré, N. (2003). Guide d'identification des araignées de Québec. Fabreries, Supplement 11: 1-251. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Vogel, B. R. (1964). A taxonomic revision of the distincta group of the wolf spider genus Pardosa in America north of Mexico (Araneida, Lycosidae). Postilla 82: 1-30. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Vogel, B. R. (2004). A review of the spider genera Pardosa and Acantholycosa (Araneae, Lycosidae) of the 48 contiguous United States. Journal of Arachnology 32: 55-108. download pdf -- Show included taxa

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