Taxon details

Psammitis mugur (Marusik, 1990)

  • Rank: Species
  • Status: accepted
  • Described: m f
  • Last updated: 2024-05-16
  • LSID: []
  • Distribution: Russia (South Siberia)
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Taxonomic references
Xysticus mugur Marusik, in Marusik & Chevrizov, 1990: 91, f. 7-8 (Dm).
Xysticus mugur Logunov & Marusik, 1994b: 187, f. 6-7 (Df).
Xysticus mugur Marusik & Kovblyuk, 2011: 253, f. 37.20 (m).
Psammitis mugur Marusik, 2024: 262 (T from Xysticus).

Logunov, D. V. & Marusik, Y. M. (1994b). A faunistic review of the crab spiders (Araneae, Thomisidae) from the mountains of south Siberia. Bulletin de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique (Ent.) 64: 177-197. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Marusik, Y. M. & Chevrizov, B. P. (1990). Three new crab spiders from the Asian part of the USSR (Arachnida, Araneae: Thomisidae). Reichenbachia 27: 89-93. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Marusik, Y. M. & Kovblyuk, M. M. (2011). Spiders (Arachnida, Aranei) of Siberia and Russian Far East. KMK Scientific Press, Moscow, 344 pp. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Marusik, Y. M. (2024). A new species of Psammitis (Aranei: Thomisidae) from southeastern Kazakhstan. Arthropoda Selecta 33(2): 260-266. doi:10.15298/arthsel.33.2.13 download pdf -- Show included taxa

External Resource References

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Edit history
Date Type Reference Detail
2024-05-16 New taxonomic reference entry Marusik, 2024 n/a
2024-05-16 Species transferred to new genus Marusik, 2024 Species transferred from Xysticus to Psammitis