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Borboropactus

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Borboropactus is a genus of crab spiders that was first described by Eugène Louis Simon in 1884.

Species

it contains sixteen species, found in Africa, Asia, and Papua New Guinea:
  • Borboropactus asper (O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1884) – Sri Lanka
  • Borboropactus australis (Lawrence, 1937) – South Africa
  • Borboropactus biprocessus Tang, Yin & Peng, 2012 – China
  • Borboropactus bituberculatus Simon, 1884 – China, Indonesia (Moluccas), New Guinea
  • Borboropactus brevidens Tang & Li, 2010 – China
  • Borboropactus cinerascens (Doleschall, 1859) – Malaysia, Indonesia (Java, Sumatra), New Guinea, Philippines
  • Borboropactus edentatus Tang & Li, 2010 – China
  • Borboropactus elephantus (Tikader, 1966) – India
  • Borboropactus javanicola (Strand, 1913) – Indonesia (Java)
  • Borboropactus jiangyong Yin, Peng, Yan & Kim, 2004 – China
  • Borboropactus longidens Tang & Li, 2010 – China
  • Borboropactus noditarsis (Simon, 1903) – West Africa
  • Borboropactus nyerere Benjamin, 2011 – Tanzania
  • Borboropactus silvicola (Lawrence, 1938) – South Africa
  • Borboropactus squalidus Simon, 1884 (type) – West, East Africa
  • Borboropactus vulcanicus (Doleschall, 1859) – Indonesia (Java)
In synonymy:
  • B. bangkongeus Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 = Borboropactus cinerascens (Doleschall, 1859)
  • B. divergens (Hogg, 1914) = Borboropactus bituberculatus Simon, 1884
  • B. hainanus Song, 1993 = Borboropactus bituberculatus Simon, 1884
  • B. mindoroensis Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 = Borboropactus cinerascens (Doleschall, 1859)
  • B. umaasaeus Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 = Borboropactus cinerascens (Doleschall, 1859)
Nomen dubium
  • B. cinerascens (Strand, 1907
  • See also

  • List of Thomisidae species

  • Further reading


    Category:Araneomorphae genera
    Category:Spiders of Africa
    Category:Spiders of Asia
    Category:Thomisidae
     
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