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cf. Polybetes pythagoricus (Holmberg, 1875)

Determined: Ondřej Machač

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KeywordsSparassidae, Araneae
LocalityUruguay, Montevideo 25.1.2010
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/15278/?s=1
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  • = Isopeda immigrans Strand, 1913
  • = Isopeda maculata Simon, 1880
  • = Ocypete pythagorica Holmberg, 1875
  • = Polybetes maculatus Simon
  • = Voconia maculata Keyserling, 1880

Ondra M.

2.3.2010 21:22:42

asi Polybetes pythagoricus (Holmberg, 1875)


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