Piratula borea (Tanaka, 1974)
- Rank: Species
- Status: accepted
- Last updated: 2021-05-03
- LSID: [urn:lsid:nmbe.ch:spidersp:019059]
- Distribution: Russia (Far East), China, Japan
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Pirata boreus Tanaka, 1988a: 55, f. 25-28 (mf).
Pirata boreus Song, Zhu & Chen, 1999: 335, f. 200D (f).
Pirata boreus Tanaka, 2009: 225, f. 26-27 (mf).
Piratula borea Omelko, Marusik & Koponen, 2011: 218, f. 48-52 (Tmf from Pirata).
Pirata boreus Suzuki, 2019c: 84, f. 11e-f ().
Piratula borea Tanigawa, 2021: 68, f. 3 ().
Omelko, M. M., Marusik, Y. M. & Koponen, S. (2011). A survey of the east Palearctic Lycosidae (Aranei). 8. The genera Pirata Sundevall, 1833 and Piratula Roewer, 1960 in the Russian Far East. Arthropoda Selecta 20(3): 195-232. doi:10.15298/arthsel.20.3.05 -- Show included taxa
Song, D. X., Zhu, M. S. & Chen, J. (1999). The spiders of China. Hebei Science and Technology Publishing House, Shijiazhuang, 640 pp. -- Show included taxa
Suzuki, Y. (2019c). [Michinoku spider trip 2018]. Kishidaia 115: 74-86. -- Show included taxa
Tanaka, H. (1974a). Japanese wolf spiders of the [genus] Pirata, with descriptions of five new species (Araneae: Lycosidae). Acta Arachnologica 26(1): 22-45. doi:10.2476/asjaa.26.22 -- Show included taxa
Tanaka, H. (1988a). Lycosid spiders of Japan I. The genus Pirata Sundevall. Acta Arachnologica 36: 33-77. -- Show included taxa
Tanaka, H. (2009). Lycosidae. In: Ono, H. (ed.) The spiders of Japan with keys to the families and genera and illustrations of the species. Tokai University Press, Kanagawa, pp. 222-248. -- Show included taxa
Tanigawa, A. (2021). [Two Piratula wolf spiders]. Kishidaia 118: 68-70. -- Show included taxa
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