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Taxonomy and Systematics of Araneae, mainly the Family Segestriidae. Also, have worked with Genetics, acting on Invertebrate Cytogenetics, especially of Araneae. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Segestriidae Simon, 1893a currently comprises three genera with 119 described species: Segestria Latreille, 1804, Ariadna Audouin, 1826 and Gippsicola Hogg, 1900. Philogenetically, Segestriidae belongs to the Dysderoidea clade, that comprises also Dysderidae, Orsolobidae and Oonopidae. Philogenetic analysis that used Segestriidae species were aimed to test the monofiletism of Dysderoide...
Currently the spider family Segestriidae Simon, 1893 is composed of 124 described species included in four genera: Segestria Latreille, 1804, Ariadna Audouin, 1826, Gippsicola Hogg, 1900 and Citharoceps Chamberlin, 1924. Segestriidae are part of the superfamily Dysderoidea, which further includes Dysderidae C. L. Koch, 1837, Orsolobidae Cooke, 1965 and Oonopidae Simon, 1890. Spiders of...
The genus Ariadna belongs to the spider family Segestriidae, and together with Segestria and Gippsicola, they reach a total of 118 species taxonomically described, at the present moment. They are haplogynae small and mid-sized spiders, with six eyes and the third pair of legs forth. They belong to the clade Dysderoidea, composed by four families: (Segestriidae (Dysderidae (Oonopidae, Or...
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GIROTI, André Marsola. Análise cladística dos gêneros de Segestriidae (Araneae, Synspermiata, Dysderoidea). Tese (Doutorado) - Instituto de Biociências. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo. (13/20008-6)
GIROTI, André Marsola. Revisão taxonômica das aranhas neotropicais do gênero Ariadna Audouin, 1826 (Araneae, Segestriidae). Dissertação (Mestrado) - Instituto de Biociências. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo. (11/03016-0)