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Spiders from Some Pacific Islands, Part V
|Title:||Spiders from Some Pacific Islands, Part V|
|Issue Date:||Oct 1964|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Marples BJ. 1964. Spiders from some Pacific islands, part V. Pac Sci 18(4): 399-410.|
|Abstract:||A collection of spiders from various Pacific
islands was entrusted to me for examination by
the Director of the Bernice P. Bishop Museum
in Honolulu, to whom I am indebted. There
were 146 tubes, mostly containing a number of
specimens, and they had been collected by different
people at different times from islands
between New Caledonia in the west and Tahiti
in the east. Five new species are described and
also four allotypes, and a number of additions
to faunal lists have been made. The islands,
or island groups, ' will be mentioned in alphabetical
order, and the descriptions given at the
end. Unless otherwise stated the specimens are
in the Bernice P. Bishop Museum.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 18, Number 4, 1964|
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