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1 August 2006 A REVIEW OF PHOLCID SPIDERS FROM TIBET, CHINA (ARANEAE, PHOLCIDAE)
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The pholcid spiders from Tibet, China, are reviewed. Seven species belonging to three genera are recorded. A new genus, Tibetia, is established, and four new species, Pholcus medog, P. zham, Belisana gyirong and B. mainling are described. And two new combinations are formed: Tibetia everesti (Hu & Li 1987) is transferred from Pholcus, and Belisana yadongensis (Hu 1985) is transferred from Spermophora.

Feng Zhang, Ming-Sheng Zhu, and Da-Xiang Song "A REVIEW OF PHOLCID SPIDERS FROM TIBET, CHINA (ARANEAE, PHOLCIDAE)," The Journal of Arachnology 34(1), 194-205, (1 August 2006). https://doi.org/10.1636/H04-22.1
Received: 19 March 2004; Published: 1 August 2006
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