Cheiracanthium triviale (Thorell, 1895)
- Rank: Species
- Status: accepted
- Last updated: 2019-10-05
- LSID: [urn:lsid:nmbe.ch:spidersp:023450]
- Distribution: India, Myanmar
- External Resources *:
Chiracanthium trivialis Gravely, 1931: 265, f. 17H (; for the other figs see Cheiracanthium rupicola).
Chiracanthium trivialis Tikader & Biswas, 1981: 71, f. 125-126 ().
Cheiracanthium trivialis Majumder & Tikader, 1991: 56, f. 103-108 (mf).
Cheiracanthium triviale Dankittipakul & Beccaloni, 2012: 83, f. 16 (f).
Cheiracanthium triviale Dhali, Saha & Raychaudhuri, 2017: 49, f. 170-174, pl. 20 ().
Cheiracanthium triviale Tyagi et al., 2019: Supplement, f. S2.22, S3.19-22 ().
Dankittipakul, P. & Beccaloni, J. (2012). Validation and new synonymies proposed for Cheiracanthium species from South and Southeast Asia (Araneae, Clubionidae). Zootaxa 3510: 77-86. doi:10.11646/zootaxa.3510.1.5 -- Show included taxa
Dhali, D. C., Saha, S. & Raychaudhuri, D. (2017). Litter and ground dwelling spiders (Araneae: Arachnida) of reserve forests of Dooars, West Bengal. World Scientific News 63: 1-242. [N.B.: at the journal's website meanwhile a new version (created in 2020) is online, with changed authorship: http://www.worldscientificnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/WSN-63-2017-1-240-1.pdf] -- Show included taxa
Gravely, F. H. (1931). Some Indian spiders of the families Ctenidae, Sparassidae, Selenopidae and Clubionidae. Records of the Indian Museum, Calcutta 33(3): 211-282. -- Show included taxa
Majumder, S. C. & Tikader, B. K. (1991). Studies on some spiders of the family Clubionidae from India. Records of the Zoological Survey of India, Occasional Paper 102: 1-175. -- Show included taxa
Thorell, T. (1895). Descriptive catalogue of the spiders of Burma, based upon the collection made by Eugene W. Oates and preserved in the British Museum. London, 406 pp. doi:10.5962/bhl.title.17492 -- Show included taxa
Tikader, B. K. & Biswas, B. (1981). Spider fauna of Calcutta and vicinity: Part-I. Records of the Zoological Survey of India, Occasional Paper 30: 1-149. -- Show included taxa
Tyagi, K., Kumar, V., Kundu, S., Pakrashi, A., Prasad, P., Caleb, J. T. D. & Chandra, K. (2019). Identification of Indian spiders through DNA barcoding: cryptic species and species complex. Scientific Reports 9(14033): 1-13 & Supplement. doi:10.1038/s41598-019-50510-8 -- Show included taxa
As External Resources, the World Spider Catalog links here to species pages of other databases. They may contain further information for the given species. The databases, listed as External Resources, however, are not managed by World Spider Catalog and the information given there is not necessarily in agreement with the World Spider Catalog. All responsibility for such data is with the external database.
GBIF.org (2019). GBIF Home Page (via GBIF API). Available from: https://www.gbif.org [1 September 2019]