The symphytognathoid spiders of the Gaoligongshan, Yunnan, China (Araneae: Araneoidea): Systematics and diversity of micro-orbweavers
Data from: Miller JA, Griswold CE, Yin CM (2009) The symphytognathoid spiders of the Gaoligongshan, Yunnan, China (Araneae, Araneoidea): Systematics and diversity of micro-orbweavers. ZooKeys 11: 9-195. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.11.160 Occurrence data for all specimens of the spider families Theridiosomatidae, Mysmenidae, Anapidae, and Symphytognathidae collected during an inventory of the Gaoligongshan, Yunnan, China, 1998-2007.
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Gaoligongshan, Yunnan, China
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [23.86, 97.31], North East [28.6, 99.87]|
|Family||Anapidae, Mysmenidae, Symphytognathidae, Theridiiosomatidae|
|Species||Gaiziapis zhuzhuba, Chanea suukyii, Gaoligonga changya, Gaoligonga zhusun, Maymena kehen, Maymena paquini, Mosu huoguo, Mosu nujiang, Mysmena haban, Mysmena shibali, Mysmena goudao, Mysmena jinlong, Mysmena changouzi, Mysmena bizi, Simaoa maku, Simaoa bianjing, Simaoa kavanaugh, Simaoa yaojia, Crassignatha longtou, Crassignatha gudu, Crassignatha ertou, Crassignatha yamu, Crassignatha pianma, Crassignatha quanqu, Patu qiqi, Patu xiaoxiao, Patu jidanweishi, Baalzebub nemesis, Coddingtonia euryopoides, Epeirotypus dalong, Ogulnius barbandrewsi, Theridiosoma diwang, Theridiosoma shuangbi, Wendilgarda muji, Zoma bibaiyin|
|Start Date / End Date||1998-10-15 / 2006-09-03|
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|Title||Survey of the Gaoligongshan, a Biodiversity Hotspot in Western Yunnan, China|
|Funding||This work was supported by grants from the National Science Foundation (award BSI 0103795, Biotic Survey of the Gaoligongshan, a Biodiversity Hotspot in Western Yunnan, China, P.I.s N. Jablonski, P. Fritsch, D. Kavanaugh and the late J. Slowinski) and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (award number 08-90235-000-GSS, Th e Biodiversity of the Gaoligongshan Project: Broad Spectrum Biodiversity Inventory of the Gaoligongshan, P.I.s D. Kavanaugh and J. Miller) with additional support from the Harriet Exline Frizzell Fund for Arachnological Research and the China Natural History Project, both through the California Academy of Sciences.|
|Study Area Description||Gaoligongshan, a mountain range in western Yunan, China|
|Design Description||The Gaoligongshan was surveyed for a broad range of taxonomic groups through a collaboration between the California Academy of Sciences and Chinese Institutions|
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|Parent Collection Identifier||CAS|
|Specimen preservation methods||Alcohol|