Liphistiidae


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Liphistiidae

[‚lif·ə′stī·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of spiders in the suborder Liphistiomorphae in which the abdomen shows evidence of true segmentation by the presence of tergal and sternal plates.
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Liphistiidae Mesothelae Liphistius malayanus Abraham, 1923 Antrodiaetidae Mygalomorphae Antrodiaetus robustus (Simon, 1891) Atypidae Mygalomorphae Atypus muralis Bertkau, 1890 Dipluridae Mygalomorphae Ischnotele digitata (O.
Among spiders, lineages included representatives from Mygalomorphae (Aphonopelma sp., Theraphosidae), Mesothelae (Liphistius bicoloripes, Liphistiidae), Orbicularia (H.
Two new species of the families Liphistiidae and Thomisidae (Araneae) from the Ryukyu Islands, southwest Japan.