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Description of Ozyptila balcanica sp. n. from the Balkan Peninsula and its Comparison with the closely related O. umbraculorum Simon, 1932 (Araneae: Thomisidae)

AuthorsDeltshev, Christo; Blagoev, Gergin; Komnenov, Marjan; Lazarov, Stoyan
Umbraculorum species group
Issue Date2016
PublisherBulgarian Academy of Sciences
CitationActa zoologica Bulgarica 68(4): 483-490 (2016)
AbstractOzyptila balcanica sp. n. is described (based on both males and females) from Bulgaria (Zemen Gorge), Greece (Arkadia, Mainalo) and FYR Macedonia (Skopje Region, Osogovo Mts.). The new species resembles the poorly known O. umbraculorum Simon, 1932, recorded from France, Portugal and Spain, but is clearly a distinct species. Illustrations of both taxa are presented. Due to the isolated position of both species in the genus, we proposed a new species group – umbraculorum, characterised by a large intermediate apophysis (ITA), armed with well-developed teeth, and a long scimitar-shaped tegular apophysis. The females have similar epigynes with pan-shaped median septum.
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