Abstract

Borrala and Pillara, two new genera of putative "stiphidiid" spiders from forest habitats in northern New South Wales, are described. They include eight new species: Borrala dorrigo, B. webbi, B. longipalpis, B. yabbra and Pillara karuah, P. coolahensis, P. macleayensis, P. griswoldi. Brief comments on characters and relationships are given. These genera form part of a generic group characterized by the presence of a palpal tegular lobe and grate-shaped tapeta in the posterior eyes.
 

 
The “striped” group of stiphidiid spiders: two new genera from northeastern New South Wales, Australia (Araneae: Stiphidiidae: Amaurobioidea)

Bibliographic Data

Title
The “striped” group of stiphidiid spiders: two new genera from northeastern New South Wales, Australia (Araneae: Stiphidiidae: Amaurobioidea).
Author
Gray, M.R; Smith, H.M
Year
2004
Publication Type
Refereed Article
Journal
Records of the Australian Museum
Number of pages
123-138
Volume
56
Full Text
The “striped” group of stiphidiid spiders: two new genera from northeastern New South Wales, Australia (Araneae: Stiphidiidae: Amaurobioidea)