Vol. 34 (2018)
Artículos

Nuevos registros de arañas (Arachnida: Araneae) para la Región del Cabo, península de Baja California, México

María Luisa Jiménez
Instituto Politécnico Nacional
Carlos Palacios-Cardiel
Instituto Politécnico Nacional
Julieta Maya-Morales
Instituto Politécnico Nacional
James Edwin Berrian
San Diego Natural History Museum

Publicado 2018-12-10

Cómo citar

Jiménez, M. L., Palacios-Cardiel, C., Maya-Morales, J., & Edwin Berrian, J. (2018). Nuevos registros de arañas (Arachnida: Araneae) para la Región del Cabo, península de Baja California, México. ACTA ZOOLÓGICA MEXICANA (N.S.), 34(1), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.21829/azm.2018.3412159

Resumen

Se dan a conocer 11 nuevos registros de arañas para la Región del Cabo, península de Baja California. Dos son nuevos registros para México (Tennesseellum gollum y Araneus illaudatus); dos géneros (Edricus y Pozonia) y siete especies son nuevos registros para Baja California Sur (Eustala emertoni, Arctosa minuta, Frontinella pyramitela, Chrysso albomaculata, Ariamnes mexicanus, Neospintharus baboquivari y Xysticus californicus). Se reconfirma a Phioponella arizonica para esta región. Se discute la distribución discontinua peninsular y la distribución discontinua peninsular-continental de estas especies.

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