Piratula tanakai (Brignoli, 1983)
- Rank: Species
- Status: accepted
- Last updated: 2019-07-12
- LSID: [urn:lsid:nmbe.ch:spidersp:019123]
- Distribution: Russia (Far East), Korea, Japan
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Pirata tanakai Brignoli, 1983c: 456 (replacement name).
Pirata tanakai Yaginuma, 1986a: 169, f. 92.7 (f).
Pirata tanakai Tanaka, 1988a: 61, f. 33-36 (mf).
Pirata tanakai Chikuni, 1989b: 113, f. 22 (mf).
Pirata tanakai Namkung, 2002: 344, f. 20.38 (f).
Pirata tanakai Namkung, 2003: 346, f. 20.38 (f).
Pirata tanakai Tanaka, 2009: 227, f. 32-33 (mf).
Piratula tanakai Omelko, Marusik & Koponen, 2011: 228, f. 124-135, 162 (Tmf from Pirata).
Brignoli, P. M. (1983c). A catalogue of the Araneae described between 1940 and 1981. Manchester University Press, 755 pp. -- Show included taxa
Chikuni, Y. (1989b). Pictorial encyclopedia of spiders in Japan. Kaisei-sha Publishing Co., Tokyo, 310 pp. -- Show included taxa
Namkung, J. (2002). The spiders of Korea. Kyo-Hak Publishing Co., Seoul, 648 pp. -- Show included taxa
Namkung, J. (2003). The Spiders of Korea, 2nd. ed. Kyo-Hak Publishing Co., Seoul, 648 pp. -- Show included taxa
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
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
Yaginuma, T. (1986a). Spiders of Japan in color (new ed.). Hoikusha Publishing Co., Osaka, 305 pp., 64 pls. -- Show included taxa
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GBIF.org (2019). GBIF Home Page (via GBIF API). Available from: https://www.gbif.org [1 September 2019]
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