Species Database - Scientific & Known Common Names

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7 years 1 month ago - 6 years 6 months ago #4500 by George
Hi guys, took me a while to find this again, but here it is. As always - Any and all help is welcome, feel free to send me corrections and ill update the list.
*Credit: Silver_Apocalypse + All the members who helped from the 'old' Forum.

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7 years 3 weeks ago - 7 years 3 weeks ago #6811 by George
Updated - There have been some big changes/additions, this is also the full version and not the scalled down one (I will be making both available).

Any input will be appreciated - please help me get this information as accurate as possible.

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7 years 3 weeks ago #6818 by Warren
Thanks!! and respect for all the work that went into that!!

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6 years 10 months ago - 6 years 10 months ago #12758 by George
Ok, guys/girls/others... In need some help/feedback/updates/corrections ect from the forum PLS! I want to get back to working on this some more, but I have had little or no feedback...

So please post on this thread, or send me a PM.

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Silver
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6 years 6 months ago #19773 by Schalk du Plessis
Monocentropus balfouri - "Socotra Island Blue baboon"
Reference: Taki Tsonis
http://www.arachnoboards.com/ab/showthread.php?t=101077

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6 years 6 months ago #19775 by Schalk du Plessis
Seems the Nhandu vulpines is the same as the Nhandu tripepii.
Nagahama, R.H., Fukushima, C.S. & Rogerio Bertani. 2009. Nhandu tripepii is a senior synonym of Nhandu vulpinus (Araneae: Theraphosidae). ZOOLOGIA. 26(3): 578-580.

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The holotype of Eurypelma tripepii Dresco, 1984 from the state of Para, Brazil, is revised and illustrated. It's palpal bulb and tibial apophysis are similar in shape to species of Nhandu Lucas, 1983. Therefore, the species is transferred to the genus Nhandu, establishing the new combination Nhandu tripepii (Dresco, 1984) comb. nov., which is considered a senior synonym of Nhandu vulpinus (Schmidt, 1998) syn. nov. The protuberances present on the holotype's chelicerae are here considered a morphological anomaly.

Oh, the common name is the same for the two.

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