Artoria kanangra Framenau & Baehr, 2018
- GBIF Backbone Taxonomy
- Published in
- Framenau, V. W., Baehr, B. C. The wolf spider genus Artoria in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, Australia (Araneae, Lycosidae, Artoriinae). Evolutionary Systematics 2: 169-241. (2018).
- Artoria kanangra
Diagnosis. Males of A. kanangra sp. n. are most similar to those of the booderee - group (A. booderee sp. n., A. corowa sp. n., A. munmorah sp. n. and A. equipalus sp. n.), but differ in the shape of the tegular apophysis, which is birdhead-shaped in A. kanangra sp. n. (Fig. 26 C).
Etymology. The specific epithet is a noun in apposition referring to the type locality, Kanangra-Boyd National Park.
Material examined. Holotype male, Kanangra-Boyd National Park, Boyd River (34 ° 03 ' S, 150 ° 05 ' E, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA), 26 November 1994, D. Bickel, pans, 1200 m, creek sphagnum (AM KS 45008).
Other material examined. AUSTRALIA: New South Wales: 1 male, Barren Grounds Nature Reserve, 14 km NW Jamberoo, Illawarra Escarpment, 34 ° 40 ' 28 " S, 150 ° 42 ' 45 " E (AM KS 63088).