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Accepted name: Dysdera charitonowi Mkheidze, 1979
Taxonomic rank: Species
Taxonomy according to: http://caucasus-spiders.info/wp-content/themes/spiders/spidermap.php?region=1&country=6&primkey=605
Reference: Otto, S., & Dietzold, S. 2006. Caucasian Spiders. A faunistic database on the spiders of the Caucasus. Version 1.3. Online at: http://caucasus-spiders.
Remark:

The species was described by a single specimen (female) from Adigeni (Mcheidze, 1997). Type material (holotype) in bad condition, with endogynum cut out. Preparated endogynum lost. Examination of the holotype showed difference in legs spines number from that indicated in the original description. Additional search of males and females in a typical locality is required (c) Dunin (1992a)


Editor/Contact Person: Armen Seropian

Dysdera charitonowi is recorded at 1 localities:

Adigeni, (lat: 41.676462, lon: 42.708813, precision: >500m), Comment: Mcheidze (1997),  




Bibliography:

1. Mcheidze, T. (1997): Spiders of Georgia: Systematics, Ecology, Zoogeographic Review [in Georgian]. Tbilisi University, Tbilisi, 390 pp.

2. Dunin, P. M. (1992): The spider family Dysderidae of the Caucasian fauna (Arachnida Aranei Haplogynae). Arthropoda Selecta, 1: 35-76.


Citation: Armen Seropian, 2020-03-26. [http://www.biodiversity-georgia.net/index.php?taxon=Dysdera charitonowi]. .Dysdera charitonowi. in: Tarkhnishvili D, Chaladze G (Editors). 2013. Georgian biodiversity database. http://www.biodiversity-georgia.net/. Downloaded on: 28 March 2020