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Clubiona zhangyongjingi, a name to replace Clubiona transversa Zhang & Yin, 1998 (Araneae: Clubionidae) from China

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Clubiona zhangyongjingi nom. nov. = Clubiona transversa Zhang & Yin, 1998: 14, figs 16-19 (female only, male mismatched) (primary homonym of Clubiona transversa Bryant, 1936, synonym of Clubiona maritima L. Koch, 1867)
Clubiona zhangyongjingi, a name to replace Clubiona transversa
Zhang & Yin, 1998 (Araneae: Clubionidae) from China
张氏管巢蛛是横列管巢蛛的新名称
LI Shu-Qiang
1
and Theo Blick
2
1. Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101, P. R. China
2. Hummeltal, Gerany
Clubiona zhangyongjingi nom. nov.
=
Clubiona transversa
Zhang & Yin, 1998: 14, figs 16-19 (female only, male mismatched)(primary homonym of
Clubiona
transversa
Bryant, 1936, synonym of
Clubiona maritima
L. Koch, 1867)
Etymology.
The species is named after Mr. Zhang, Yong-Jing, Professor of Ningbo University; noun
(name) in genitive case.
Diagnosis and description.
See Zhang & Yin (1998).
Type.
Holotype female, collected from Kunming, Yunnan Province by Prof. Changmin Yin, deposited in
Hunan Biology Research Institute in Changsha, Hunan, China.
Remarks.
The name
Clubiona transversa
was given by Zhang & Yin (1998) to a clubionid spider from
Yunnan Province, China. In the original description and in the spider catalogs since 1998 it was overlooked,
that the name is preoccupied (WSC 2019: the note on the homonymy was added by TB on Oct. 2, 2019) by
Clubiona transversa
by Bryant (1936: 97) from Dallas, Texas, USA. This species was synonymized with
Clubiona maritima
L. Koch, 1867 by Edwards (1958: 432), which is wide spread in eastern Canada, the
eastern USA and the Caribbean (Edwards 1958). Nevertheless the primary homonym is an invalid name (ICZN
2012: article 57.2) and we herewith propose for
Clubiona transversa
Zhang & Yin, 1998 the replacement
name
Clubiona zhangyongjingi
nom. nov.
Clubiona zhangyongjingi
nom. nov. probably belongs to the
japonica
species-group (J
a
ger &
Dankittipakul 2010: 32). Male paratypes of
Clubiona transversa
given by Zhang & Yin (1998) belong to the
hystrix
species-group (Ja
ger & Dankittipakul 2010: 35) and are close to
Clubiona kuu
Ja
ger & Dankittipakul,
2010 from Laos.
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E-mail: lisq@ioz.ac.cn & info@theoblick.de
Received: 2019-09-20
蛛形学报
, Nov. 2019,
28
(2)
131-131
ISSN 1005-9628
doi: 10. 3969 / j. issn. 1005 - 9628. 2019. 02. 011
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Spiders of the genus Clubiona Latreille, 1804 from Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province, China are studied. A total of 47 species is reported and illustrated, including 14 new species and two new synonyms. Twelve of the new species belong to four species groups: C. dengpao Yu & Li, sp. nov., C. subdidentata Yu & Li, sp. nov., C. tixing Yu & Li, sp. nov., C. xiaoci Yu & Li, sp. nov., C. xiaokong Yu & Li, sp. nov., C. yejiei Yu & Li, sp. nov., C. zhaoi Yu & Li, sp. nov. and C. zhigangi Yu & Li, sp. nov. from the C. corticalis group; C. mii Yu & Li, sp. nov. and C. subtongi Yu & Li, sp. nov. from the C. hatamensis group; C. banna Yu & Li, sp. nov. from the C. filicata group; and C. menglun Yu & Li, sp. nov. from the C. trivialis group. The remaining two new species, C. shuangsi Yu & Li, sp. nov. and C. wangchengi Yu & Li, sp. nov., are not readily assignable to any of the existing species groups. The female of C. cochlearis Yu & Li, 2019, the female of C. tiane Yu & Li, 2019, the female of C. bicornis Yu & Li, 2019, the male of C. lala Jäger & Dankittipakul, 2010 and the true female of C. suthepica Dankittipakul, 2008 are described for the first time. Two new synonyms are: C. vukomi Jäger & Dankittipakul, 2010 syn. nov. = C. circulata Zhang & Yin, 1998; C. melanothele Thorell, 1895 syn. nov. = Clubiona melanosticta Thorell, 1890. A checklist of Clubiona species from Xishuangbanna is provided. The DNA barcodes of almost all of the species were obtained for species delimitation, matching of sexes and future use.
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Clubionidae collected in Laos and Thailand were investigated. Seven new species are described: Clubiona kai spec. nov. (male: Laos, Luang Prabang Prov.), Clubiona lala spec. nov. (female: Laos, Luang Nam Tha Prov.), Clubiona maipai spec. nov. (male: Thailand, Mae Hong Son Prov.), Clubiona kuu spec. nov. (male: Laos, Luang Prabang Prov.), Clubiona vukomi spec. nov. (male: Laos, Luang Nam Tha Prov.), Malamatidia zu spec. nov. (male: Laos, Luang Prabang Prov.) and Malamatidia christae spec. nov. (female: Laos, Luang Nam Tha Prov.). The genus Malamatidia, previously known from Sumatra, Sarawak, the Malaysian peninsular, Kalimantan, and Sulawesi is recorded from Laos (Luang Nam Tha Province) as northernmost distribution locality and is re-diagnosed. Cheiracanthium insulanum (Thorell, 1878), Cheiracanthium unicum Bösenberg and Strand, 1906, Clubiona abnormis Dankittipakul, 2008, Clubiona filicata O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1874, Clubiona melanothele Thorell, 1895 are recorded for the first time from Laos. Cheiracanthium insulanum, Clubiona abnormis, and Clubiona melanothele are additionally illustrated. A map with all records is provided.
The spider subfamily Clubioninae of the United States, Canada and Alaska (Araneae: Clubionidae)
  • R J Edwards
Edwards RJ. 1958. The spider subfamily Clubioninae of the United States, Canada and Alaska (Araneae: Clubionidae). Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, 118: 365-436.
International Code of Zoological Nomenclature
  • Iczn
ICZN. 2012. International Code of Zoological Nomenclature. Fourth Edition. Incorporating Declaration 44, amendments of Article 74.7.3, with effect from 31 December 1999 and the Amendment on e-publication, amendments to Articles 8, 9, 10, 21
World Spider Catalog. Version 20.5. Natural History Museum Bern
  • Wsc
WSC. 2019. World Spider Catalog. Version 20.5. Natural History Museum Bern. http://wsc.nmbe.ch (2. Oct. 2019) doi: 10.24436/2