Xiaoqing Zhang

Xiaoqing Zhang
Chinese Academy of Sciences | CAS · Institute of Zoology

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Europe covers approximately 10.18 million km2 in western Eurasia, while China covers about 9.6 million km2 in the east. Due to their relative positions to each other and similar land areas, spider species richness in Europe and China is comparable (Li, 2020). Indeed, Europe contains a total of 5 441 species in 727 genera from 63 spider families (Ne...
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A new genus, Sinophaena Lin & Li, gen. nov., of the spider family Anyphaenidae Bertkau, 1878 is reported, with S. xiweni Lin & Li, sp. nov. (♀) from Sichuan, China as the type species. Sinophaena bivalva (Zhang & Song, 2004) comb. nov. is transferred from Anyphaena Sundevall, 1833. Further new species reported in the current paper include: Anyphaen...
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Thirty-five new species of the Pimoa Chamberlin & Ivie, 1943 are described from Pan-Himalaya: P. anning Zhang & Li, sp. nov. (♂♀), P. bomi Zhang & Li, sp. nov. (♂♀), P. cawarong Zhang & Li, sp. nov. (♂♀), P. daman Zhang & Li, sp. nov. (♀), P. danba Zhang & Li, sp. nov. (♀), P. deqen Zhang & Li, sp. nov. (♀), P. dongjiu Zhang & Li, sp. nov. (♂♀), P....
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Eight new species of the spider genus Pimoa Chamberlin & Ivie, 1943 are described from Tibet, China: P. cona Zhang & Li, sp. nov. (♂♀), P. duiba Zhang & Li, sp. nov. (♂♀), P. lemenba Zhang & Li, sp. nov. (♀), P. mainling Zhang & Li, sp. nov. (♂♀), P. nyingchi Zhang & Li, sp. nov. (♂♀), P. rongxar Zhang & Li, sp. nov. (♂♀), P. samyai Zhang & Li, sp....
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The withdrawal of the Tethys Sea and the formation of the Alpine-Himalayan oro-genic belt profoundly impacted the distribution and composition of terrestrial biota in Eurasia. However, studies that have explicitly addressed the potential links between the series of tectonic activities in the Tethyan region and the formation of extratropi-cal biodiv...
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Citation: Zhang X, Li S (2019) On three species of the spider genus Pimoa (Araneae, Pimoidae) from China. ZooKeys 855: 1-13. https://doi. Abstract Two new species of the spider genus Pimoa Chamberlin & Ivie, 1943 are described from Hunan and Yun-nan Provinces, China: P. binchuanensis sp. nov. (♂♀) and P. xinjianensis sp. nov. (♂♀). In addition, the...
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A new Longicoeletes species is described from Jiangxi Province, China: L. geei sp. n. (♂♀). In addition, the male of L. kulianganus (Chamberlin, 1924) is described for the first time. DNA barcodes of the two species are documented for future use and as proof of molecular differences between these species.
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Five species of Pireneitega spiders from China are surveyed, of which three are new to science: P. huashanensis Zhao & Li, sp. n. (??), P. lushuiensis Zhao & Li, sp. n. (??), P. xiyankouensis Zhao & Li, sp. n. (??). Two known species are redescribed: P. liansui (Bao & Yin, 2004) and P. triglochinata (Zhu & Wang, 1991). The males of P. liansui and P...
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Five new species of Pireneitega species from Tajikistan are described: Pireneitegazonsteinisp. n. (♂♀), Pireneitegamuratovisp. n. (♀), Pireneitegatyuraisp. n. (♀), Pireneitegaramitensissp. n. (♀) and Pireneitegakovblyukisp. n. (♂). Pireneitegamajor (Kroneberg, 1875) is redescribed for the first time based on the lectotype designated here. DNA barco...
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Two new Notiocoelotes species, N. maoganensis sp. n. (♂♀) and N. qiongzhongensis sp. n. (♂♀) are described from Hainan Island, China. In addition, the female of N. membranaceus Liu & Li, 2010 is described for the first time. DNA barcodes of three species treated in this paper were obtained for future use.
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Nine new Pireneitega species collected from Xinjiang, China are described as new to science: P. burqinensis sp. n. (♂♀), P. fuyunensis sp. n. (♂♀), P. gongliuensis sp. n. (♂♀), P. huochengensis sp. n. (♂♀), P. lini sp. n. (♀), P. liui sp. n. (♂♀), P. wensuensis sp. n. (♂), P. wui sp. n. (♂) and P. yaoi sp. n. (♀). DNA barcodes were obtained for all...

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