Agroeca

Genus of spiders

Agroeca
Agroeca brunnea.jpg
Agroeca brunnea, male
Agroeca brunnea cocon.jpg
cocoon
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Chelicerata
Class: Arachnida
Order: Araneae
Infraorder: Araneomorphae
Family: Liocranidae
Genus: Agroeca
Westring, 1861[1]
Type species
A. proxima
Species

34, see text

Synonyms[1]

Agroeca is a genus of liocranid sac spiders that was first described by Niklas Westring in 1861.[3]

Species

As of June 2019[update] it contains thirty-four species, found in Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Colombia, and Peru:[1]

  • Agroeca agrestis Ponomarev, 2007 – Kazakhstan
  • Agroeca annulipes Simon, 1878 – Spain, France (Corsica), Italy (Sardinia), Morocco, Algeria
  • Agroeca aureoplumata Keyserling, 1879 – Colombia
  • Agroeca batangensis Mu, Jin & Zhang, 2019 – China
  • Agroeca bonghwaensis Seo, 2011 – Korea
  • Agroeca brunnea (Blackwall, 1833) – Europe, Turkey, Russia (Europe to Far East), China, Japan
  • Agroeca coreana Namkung, 1989 – Russia (Far East), China, Korea, Japan
  • Agroeca cuprea Menge, 1873 – Europe, Caucasus, Russia (Europe to South Siberia), Central Asia
  • Agroeca debilis O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1885 – China (Yarkand)
  • Agroeca dentigera Kulczyński, 1913 – Europe, Turkey, China
  • Agroeca dubiosissima (Strand, 1908) – Peru
  • Agroeca flavens O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1885 – China (Yarkand)
  • Agroeca gangotrae Biswas & Roy, 2008 – India
  • Agroeca guttulata Simon, 1897 – Central Asia
  • Agroeca inopina O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1886 – Europe, Algeria
  • Agroeca kamurai Hayashi, 1992 – China, Japan
  • Agroeca kastoni Chamberlin & Ivie, 1944 – USA
  • Agroeca lata Mu, Jin & Zhang, 2019 – China
  • Agroeca lusatica (L. Koch, 1875) – Europe, Russia (Europe to South Siberia), Kazakhstan
  • Agroeca maculata L. Koch, 1879 – Russia (Europe to Far East), Kazakhstan
  • Agroeca maghrebensis Bosmans, 1999 – Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia
  • Agroeca mainlingensis Mu, Jin & Zhang, 2019 – China
  • Agroeca makarovae Esyunin, 2008 – Russia (Europe)
  • Agroeca minuta Banks, 1895 – USA
  • Agroeca mongolica Schenkel, 1936 – Mongolia, China, Korea
  • Agroeca montana Hayashi, 1986 – Russia (Far East), China, Korea, Japan
  • Agroeca nigra Mu, Jin & Zhang, 2019 – China
  • Agroeca ornata Banks, 1892 – USA, Canada, Russia (Middle Siberia to Far East)
  • Agroeca parva Bosmans, 2011 – Greece, Turkey, Israel
  • Agroeca pratensis Emerton, 1890 – USA, Canada
  • Agroeca proxima (O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1871) (type) – Europe, Turkey, Russia (Europe to South Siberia)
  • Agroeca spinifera Kaston, 1938 – USA
  • Agroeca trivittata (Keyserling, 1887) – USA
  • Agroeca tumida Mu, Jin & Zhang, 2019 – China

See also

Gallery

  • Egg sac of A. brunnea

    Egg sac of A. brunnea

  • Egg sac of A. brunnea

    Egg sac of A. brunnea

  • Egg sac of A. brunnea

    Egg sac of A. brunnea

References

  1. ^ a b c "Gen. Agroeca Westring, 1861". World Spider Catalog Version 20.0. Natural History Museum Bern. 2019. doi:10.24436/2. Retrieved 2019-07-02.
  2. ^ Gertsch, W. J. (1935). "New American spiders with notes on other species". American Museum Novitates. 805: 10.
  3. ^ Westring, N. (1861). "Araneae svecicae". Göteborgs Kungliga Vetenskaps och Vitterhets Samhälles Handlingar. 7: 1–615.
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