Furcembolus andersoni Wunderlich 2008 (spider)

Arachnida - Araneae - Pacullidae

Full reference: J. Wunderlich. 2008. The dominance of ancient spider families of the Araneae: Haplogynae in the Cretaceous, and the late diversification of advanced ecribellate spiders of the Entelegynae after the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary extinction events, with descriptions of new families. Beitr├Ąge zur Araneologie 5:524-674

Belongs to Furcembolus according to J. Wunderlich 2008

Sister taxa: Furcembolus armatura, Furcembolus biacuta, Furcembolus crassitibia, Furcembolus dissolata, Furcembolus equester, Furcembolus grossa, Furcembolus longior, Furcembolus tuberosa

Type specimen: F2011/BU/AR/CJW. Its type locality is Burmese amber (Wunderlich coll), which is in a Cenomanian terrestrial amber in Myanmar.

Ecology: nektobenthic carnivore

Distribution: found only at Burmese amber (Wunderlich coll)

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