Ajmonia aurita Song & Lu, 1985
- Rank: Species
- Status: accepted
- Last updated: - -
- LSID: [urn:lsid:nmbe.ch:spidersp:022046]
- Distribution: Kazakhstan, China
- External Resources *:
Ajmonia auritus Song, 1987: 70, f. 35 (mf).
Ajmonia auritus Hu & Wu, 1989: 63, f. 45.1-4 (mf, misidentified per Marusik & Esyunin, 2010: 364).
Ajmonia auritus Song, Zhu & Chen, 1999: 362, f. 212M-P (mf).
Ajmonia aurita Marusik & Esyunin, 2010: 362, f. 1A-I, 2F (mf).
Hu, J. L. & Wu, W. G. (1989). Spiders from agricultural regions of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China. Shandong University Publishing House, Jinan, 435 pp. -- Show included taxa
Marusik, Y. M. & Esyunin, S. L. (2010). On the northernmost Ajmonia Caporiacco, 1934 (Aranei: Dictynidae: Dictyninae). Journal of Natural History 44(5-6): 361-367. doi:10.1080/00222930903383578 -- Show included taxa
Song, D. X. & Lu, L. (1985). On some dictynids from China (Araneae: Dictynidae). Sinozoologia 3: 77-83. -- Show included taxa
Song, D. X. (1987). Spiders from agricultural regions of China (Arachnida: Araneae). Agriculture Publishing House, Beijing, 376 pp. -- Show included taxa
Song, D. X., Zhu, M. S. & Chen, J. (1999). The spiders of China. Hebei Science and Technology Publishing House, Shijiazhuang, 640 pp. -- Show included taxa
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