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dc.contributor.authorSánchez Ruiz, Alexander
dc.contributor.otherMartínez, Leonel
dc.contributor.otherBonaldo, Alexandre B.
dc.identifier.citationSánchez-Ruiz, A., Martínez, L., & Bonaldo, A. B. (2022). An update on the spider genus Caponina Simon (Araneae: Caponiidae) with descriptions of three new six-eyed species from Colombia. European Journal of Taxonomy, 813(1), 87–102.
dc.description.abstractThree new six-eyed species of the spider genus Caponina Simon, 1891 are described, photographed, diagnosed and illustrated: C. alejandroi sp. nov. (male and female) from the Boyacá Department, C. bochalema sp. nov. (male) from the Santander Department and C. huila sp. nov. (male) from the Huila Department. Also, a emended diagnosis for the genus, a distribution map and an identifi cation key for all species of Caponina are
dc.sourceEuropean Journal of Taxonomyspa
dc.titleAn update on the spider genus Caponina Simon (Araneae: Caponiidae) with descriptions of three new six-eyed species from Colombiaspa
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