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Oonopidae  Simon, 1890 / Ischnothyreus  Simon, 1892   3 species

Ischnothyreus peltifer  (Simon, 1892)

Description

Bulbus with neckband-like chitinisation, ventrally with 2 protuberances. Spermaporus small. Prosoma light brown, highest point of prosoma brighter, almost white. Male: with a pair of dark brown, egg-shaped spots behind eyes. Sternum yellow-white. Chelicerae yellow-brown. Legs yellow-white, I and II with spines, III and IV without. Opisthosoma yellow-white, dorsal scutum shiny light brown, with fine radial stripes, ventral scutum pale yellow.

Additional information

Probably occasionally mixed up with I. velox (Saaristo 2010: 120).

This species of Asian origin is not native to Europe (alien species). It had been introduced to Europe at least once but could not establish so far.

Distribution
  Presence
  Not established
  No data
Global distribution (WSC 2021): Tropical Asia. Introduced to North, Central, South America, Britain, Gaboon, Seychelles, Madagascar, Hawaii
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Distribution List
United Kingdom   (Locket & Millidge, 1951; Saaristo, 2010) |||
References

Locket G H, Millidge A F (1951) British spiders. Vol. I. Ray Society, London, 310 pp. pdf

Saaristo M I (2001) Dwarf hunting spiders or Oonopidae (Arachnida, Araneae) of the Seychelles. Insect Systematics & Evolution 32: 307-358 pdf

Saaristo M I (2010) Araneae. In: Gerlach J & Marusik Y M (eds.) Arachnida and Myriapoda of the Seychelles islands. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester, pp. 8-306. pdf

WSC (2021) World Spider Catalog. Version 22.0. Natural History Museum Bern, online at http://wsc.nmbe.ch (29.05.2021) doi: 10.24436/2 pdf

Updates
13-02-2021 Distribution update Detail
26-02-2015 Distribution update Detail
01-05-2014 Distribution update Detail