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The genus Triaeris Simon (Araneae, Oonopidae) in Central America and the West Indies

International Journal of THE GENUS TRIAERIS SIMON (ARANEAE, OONOPIDAE) IN CENTRAL AMERICA AND THE WEST INDIES * By Arthur M. Chickering Mus Comparative Zoology Since my first contact with the Genus

A Description of Pocobletus Coroniger Simon (Araneae, Linyphiidae)

More than thirty years ago I began finding this species in my coIlections from localities in the Panama Canal Zone. For many years they were regarded as representatives of a new genus. During a period of work in the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris in 958 Dr. H. W. Levi made sketches of the type specimens of Pocobletus coroniger Simon and later identified my...

The Female of Bertrana Hieroglyphica Petrunkevitch (Araneae, Argiopidae)

International Journal of THE FEMALE OF BERTRANA HIEROGLYPHICA PETRUNKEVITCH (ARANEAE, ARGIOPIDAE) BY ARTHUR M. CHICKERING Museum of Comparative Zoology time. Keyserling I88.4) established the

The Male of Mecynometa Globosa (O. P.-Cambridge) (Araneae, Argiopidae)

The female of this species was described from Guatemala by the elder Pickard-Cambridge in 1889. Apparently it was known only from that part of Central America until Dr. Petrunkevitch reported a female specimen from the Wilcox camp on the San Lorenzo River in Panama in 1925. Mr. Banks reported two females from the Panama Canal Zone in 1929. I now have in my collection about two...

The Spider Genus Trachelas (Araneae, Clubionidae) in the Vest Indies

As I have frequently done in the past, I am again expressing my deep appreciation for the continued help and encouragement in the pursuit of my studies extended to me by the staff of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University. The National Science Foundation has aided me very materially by awarding me Grants GB-18o1 and GB-5o13. Other foundations, not specifically...

New Species of Palpimanidae (Araneae) From the West Indies

International Journal of BY ARTHUR M. CHICKERING Museum of Comparative Zoology as follows: Anisaedus Simon Compsopus TUllgren Theringia Keyserling Otiothops Macleay Palpi- manus Dufour taken in the

The Genus Scaphiella (Araneae, Oonopidae) in Central America and the West Indies

International Journal of BY ARTHUR M. CHICKERING Museum of Comparative Zoology in the family Oonopidae from Central America 0 0 Zoology, Harvard University, for aid and encouragement for many years

The Genus Corinna (Araneae, Clubionidae) in Panama

International Journal of THE GENUS CORINNA (ARANEAE, CLUBIONIDAE) IN PANAMA BY ARTHUR M. CHICKERING 0 rro Colorado Island 0 Panama Canal Zone 0 follows: Corinna bulbosa F. P.-Cambridge 0 C

The Male of Mecynometa Globosa (O. P.-Cambridge) (Araneae, Argiopidae)

The female of this species was described from Guatemala by the elder Pickard-Cambridge in 1889. Apparently it was known only from that part of Central America until Dr. Petrunkevitch reported a female specimen from the Wilcox camp on the San Lorenzo River in Panama in 1925. Mr. Banks reported two females from the Panama Canal Zone in 1929. I now have in my collection about two...

Notes on Heteroonops and Triaeris (Araneae; Oonopidae)

International Journal of BY ARTHUR M[. CHICKERING Museum of Comparative Zoology In this short note are some additions and correctio.ns to. my pre- viously published revisions. Heteoonops spinimanus

A Description of Pocobletus Coroniger Simon (Araneae, Linyphiidae)

More than thirty years ago I began finding this species in my coIlections from localities in the Panama Canal Zone. For many years they were regarded as representatives of a new genus. During a period of work in the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris in 958 Dr. H. W. Levi made sketches of the type specimens of Pocobletus coroniger Simon and later identified my...

The Family Oonopidae (Araneae) in Florida

International Journal of BY ARTHUR M. CHICKERING Museum of Comparative Zoology s it exists in the State of Florida. In February 1 March 1 April 1 0 result of my study of the Oonopidae of Florida as

The Spider Genus Trachelas (Araneae, Clubionidae) in the Vest Indies

As I have frequently done in the past, I am again expressing my deep appreciation for the continued help and encouragement in the pursuit of my studies extended to me by the staff of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University. The National Science Foundation has aided me very materially by awarding me Grants GB-18o1 and GB-5o13. Other foundations, not specifically...

The Genus Corinna (Araneae, Clubionidae) in Panama

International Journal of THE GENUS CORINNA (ARANEAE, CLUBIONIDAE) IN PANAMA BY ARTHUR M. CHICKERING 0 rro Colorado Island 0 Panama Canal Zone 0 follows: Corinna bulbosa F. P.-Cambridge 0 C