Taxon details


Asemonea stella Wanless, 1980

  • Rank: Species
  • Status: accepted
  • Described: m f
  • Last updated: - -
  • LSID: [urn:lsid:nmbe.ch:spidersp:032354]
  • Distribution: Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa. Introduced to Australia (Queensland)
Taxonomic references
Asemonea stella Wanless, 1980d: 237, f. 16A-F; 28 (Dmf).
Asemonea stella Wesolowska & Russell-Smith, 2000: 16, f. 14-17 (f).
Asemonea stella Szüts, 2000: 63, f. 1-6 (f).
Asemonea stella Wesolowska & Haddad, 2009: 21, f. 12-13 (f).
References

Szűts, T. (2000). An Afrotropical species, Asemonea stella (Araneae: Salticidae), found in Australia. Folia Entomologica Hungarica 61: 61-63. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Wanless, F. R. (1980d). A revision of the spider genera Asemonea and Pandisus (Araneae: Salticidae). Bulletin of the British Museum of Natural History (Zool.) 39: 213-257. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Wesolowska, W. & Russell-Smith, A. (2000). Jumping spiders from Mkomazi Game Reserve in Tanzania (Araneae Salticidae). Tropical Zoology 13: 11-127. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Wesolowska, W. & Haddad, C. R. (2009). Jumping spiders (Araneae: Salticidae) of the Ndumo Game Reserve, Maputaland, South Africa. African Invertebrates 50: 13-103. doi:10.5733/afin.050.0102 download pdf -- Show included taxa

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Prószyński, J. (2016). Monograph of Salticidae (Araneae) of the World 1995-2015. Part II. Global Species Database of Salticidae (Araneae). Version May 5th, 2016, online at http://www.peckhamia.com/salticidae/index.html. download pdf

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