publication . Other literature type . Article . 2004

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Michael G. Rix; Karlene Bain; Barbara York Main; Robert J. Raven; Andrew D. Austin; Steven J. B. Cooper; Mark S. Harvey;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2004 Journal: Collegium antropologicum, volume 30, issue 1 (issn: 0350-6134, eissn: 1848-9486, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Croatian Anthropological Society
Abstract
Abstract The spiny trapdoor spiders (Idiopidae) of the Cataxia bolganupensis-group from south-western Australia are revised, and six species are recognized: C. barrettae sp. nov., C. bolganupensis (Main, 1985), C. colesi sp. nov., C. melindae sp. nov., C. sandsorum sp. nov. and C. stirlingi (Main, 1985). All species exhibit extreme short-range endemism, with allopatric sky-island distributions in mesic montane habitats of the Stirling Range, Porongurup Range and Mount Manypeaks. A molecular phylogenetic analysis of mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (CO1) and cytochrome b (CYB) sequences complements the morphological taxonomy, along with a key to speci...
Subjects
free text keywords: UPUTE AUTORIMA, INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS, Immunologic diseases. Allergy, RC581-607, Internal Medicine, Insect Science, Psychiatry and Mental health, Geochemistry and Petrology, Geophysics, lcsh:Ophthalmology, lcsh:RE1-994, lcsh:Infectious and parasitic diseases, lcsh:RC109-216, lcsh:Surgery, lcsh:RD1-811, Cytochrome b, Idiopidae, biology.organism_classification, biology, Mygalomorphae, Threatened species, Endangered species, Systematics, IUCN Red List, Ecology, Endemism

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