J. Wunderlich 2004

Full reference
J. Wunderlich. 2004. The fossil spiders (Araneae) of the family Synotaxidae in Baltic amber. In J. Wunderlich (ed.), Beitr├Ąge zur Araneologie 3:1189-1239 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
Metadata
ID number:  47829
Created:  2013-08-04 02:54:16
Modified:  2013-08-03 11:54:16
Publication type:  book chapter
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (23) - view classification
'Acrometa clava belongs to Acrometa' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Acrometa cristata belongs to Acrometa' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Acrometa eichmanni belongs to Acrometa' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Acrometa incidens belongs to Acrometa' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Acrometa pala belongs to Acrometa' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Cornuanandrus bifurcatus belongs to Cornuanandrus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Cornuanandrus bitterfeldensis belongs to Cornuanandrus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Cornuanandrus corniculans belongs to Cornuanandrus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Cornuanandrus minor belongs to Cornuanandrus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Dubiosynotaxus perfectus belongs to Dubiosynotaxus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Eosynotaxus bispinosus belongs to Eosynotaxus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Eosynotaxus bitterfeldensis belongs to Eosynotaxus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Eosynotaxus custodens belongs to Eosynotaxus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Eosynotaxus fastigatus belongs to Eosynotaxus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Eosynotaxus paucispina belongs to Eosynotaxus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Eosynotaxus spinipes belongs to Eosynotaxus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Eosynotaxus wegneri belongs to Eosynotaxus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Gibbersynotaxus parvus belongs to Gibbersynotaxus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Protophysoglenes impressum belongs to Protophysoglenes' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Pseudoacrometa wittmanni belongs to Pseudoacrometa' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Succinitaxus brevis belongs to Succinitaxus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Succinitaxus minutus belongs to Succinitaxus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004
'Sulcosynotaxus cavatus belongs to Sulcosynotaxus' according to J. Wunderlich 2004