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Masteria

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Kingdom  Animalia
Suborder  Mygalomorphae
Phylum  Arthropoda
Order  Spider
Class  Arachnida
Family  Dipluridae
Rank  Genus
Masteria
Similar  Diplura, Ischnothele, Dipluridae, Euagrus

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Masteria is a genus of mygalomorph spiders that occurs in the tropics of Central to South America, Asia and Micronesia, with one species found in Australia. It was formerly known as genus Accola.

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The males of M. petrunkevitchi are 4 mm long, females 5 mm. In M. lewisi, M. barona and M. downeyi, which are slightly smaller, only six eyes can be found.

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Species

  • Masteria aimeae (Alayón, 1995) — Cuba
  • Masteria barona (Chickering, 1966) — Trinidad
  • Masteria caeca (Simon, 1892) — Philippines
  • Masteria cavicola (Simon, 1892) — Philippines
  • Masteria colombiensis Raven, 1981 — Colombia
  • Masteria cyclops (Simon, 1889) — Venezuela
  • Masteria downeyi (Chickering, 1966) — Costa Rica, Panama
  • Masteria franzi Raven, 1991 — New Caledonia
  • Masteria golovatchi Alayón, 1995 — Cuba
  • Masteria hirsuta L. Koch, 1873 — Fiji, Micronesia
  • Masteria kaltenbachi Raven, 1991 — New Caledonia
  • Masteria lewisi (Chickering, 1964) — Jamaica
  • Masteria lucifuga (Simon, 1889) — Venezuela
  • Masteria macgregori (Rainbow, 1898) — New Guinea
  • Masteria modesta (Simon, 1891) — St. Vincent
  • Masteria pallida (Kulczyn'ski, 1908) — New Guinea
  • Masteria pecki Gertsch, 1982 — Jamaica
  • Masteria petrunkevitchi (Chickering, 1964) — Puerto Rico
  • Masteria simla (Chickering, 1966) — Trinidad
  • Masteria spinosa (Petrunkevitch, 1925) — Panama
  • Masteria toddae Raven, 1979 — Queensland
  • Masteria tovarensis (Simon, 1889) — Venezuela
  • References

    Masteria Wikipedia


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