Opopaea syarakui (Komatsu, 1967)
- Rank: Species
- Status: accepted
- Last updated: 2015-12-16
- LSID: [urn:lsid:nmbe.ch:spidersp:005101]
- Distribution: Korea, Japan
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Gamasomorpha syarakui Shinkai, 1969: 9, f. 1 (Df).
Opopaea syarakui Brignoli, 1974h: 83 (Tm from Gamasomorpha).
Opopaea syarakui Shinkai, 1978: 83, f. 5-10 (mf).
Opopaea sharakui Yaginuma, 1986a: 26, f. 16.5 (m).
Opopaea syarakui Ono, 2009a: 103, f. 48-51 (mf).
Opopaea syarakui Seo, 2010b: 52, f. 1-4 ().
Brignoli, P. M. (1974h). On some Oonopidae from Japan and Formosa (Araneae). Acta Arachnologica 25: 73-85. -- Show included taxa
Komatsu, T. (1967). Two new Japanese spiders (Gamasomorpha, Oonopidae and Leptoneta, Leptonetidae). Acta Arachnologica 20: 46-49. -- Show included taxa
Ono, H. (2009a). The spiders of Japan with keys to the families and genera and illustrations of the species. Tokai University Press, Kanagawa, 739 pp. -- Show included taxa
Seo, B. K. (2010b). New record of the oonopid spider Opopaea syarakui (Komatsu, 1967) (Araneae: Oonopidae) from Korea. Journal of the Institute of Natural Sciences, Keimyung University 28(2): 51-54. -- Show included taxa
Shinkai, E. (1969). Spiders of Tokyo. Arachnological Society of East Asia, Osaka, 65 pp. -- Show included taxa
Shinkai, E. (1978). Spiders of Hachioji City, Tokyo 1. List and distribution. Memoirs of the Education Institute for Private Schools in Japan, Hachioji-shi, Tokyo 56: 79-109. -- 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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