A revision of the North American spider genera Nodocion, Litopyllus, and Synaphosus (Araneae, Gnaphosidae). American Museum novitates ; no. 2691

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New York, N.Y. : American Museum of Natural History
"The North American Nodocion (six species), Litopyllus (three species), and Synaphosus (two species) are diagnosed and described. Paramyrmecion Bryant is newly synonymized with Litopyllus. Nodocion realisticus Chamberlin is transferred to Litopyllus. Zelotes syntheticus (Chamberlin), originally placed in Nodocion, and Litopyllus paludis Chamberlin and Gertsch are placed in the new genus Synaphosus. Nine specific names are newly synonymized: N. atopophysis (Chamberlin) and N. arizonicus (Chamberlin), both with N. eclecticus Chamberlin; N. florissantus (Chamberlin) and N. carrvillus (Chamberlin), both with N. voluntarius (Chamberlin); N. deceptus (Gertsch and Mulaik), N. floridicolens (Chamberlin), and N. melanie Levi, all with N. floridanus (Banks); and L. ambiguus Fox and L. liber Chamberlin and Gertsch, both with L. temporarius Chamberlin. The female of S. paludis (Chamberlin and Gertsch) and the males of N. mateonus Chamberlin, N. rufithoracicus Worley, N. utus (Chamberlin), and L. cubanus (Bryant) are described for the first time"--P. [1].
26 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 26).