Taxon details

Zillimata scintillans (O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1869)

  • Rank: Species (Genus type)
  • Status: accepted
  • Described: m f
  • Last updated: - -
  • LSID: []
  • Distribution: Australia (Western Australia, South Australia, Queensland, Victoria)
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Taxonomic references
Storena scintillans O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1869c: 54, pl. 4, f. 7-11 (Df).
Habronestes scintillans L. Koch, 1872a: 303.
Zillimata scintillans Jocqué, 1995a: 132, f. 17a-d (Tf from Storena, Dm).
Zillimata scintillans Baehr & Whyte, 2012: 103, f. 24-26 (m).

Baehr, B. C. & Whyte, R. (2012). Biodiversity discovery program Bush Blitz supplies missing ant spider females (Araneae: Zodariidae) from Victoria. Australian Entomologist 39: 97-104. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Jocqué, R. (1995a). Notes on Australian Zodariidae (Araneae), I. New taxa and key to the genera. Records of the Australian Museum 47: 117-140. download pdf -- Show included taxa

Koch, L. (1872a). Die Arachniden Australiens, nach der Natur beschrieben und abgebildet [Erster Theil, Lieferung 3-7]. Bauer & Raspe, Nürnberg, 105-368, pl. 8-28. doi:10.5962/bhl.title.121660 download pdf -- Show included taxa

Pickard-Cambridge, O. (1869c). Descriptions and sketches of some new species of Araneida, with characters of a new genus. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (4) 3(13): 52-74, pl. 4-6. doi:10.1080/00222936908695878 download pdf -- Show included taxa

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