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Eilica Trilineata
''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australia (South Australia, Queensland) *''Eilica amambay'' Norman I. Platnick, Platnick, 1985 – Brazil, Paraguay *''Eilica bedourie'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica bicolor'' Nathan Banks, Banks, 1896 – USA to Honduras, Cuba, Jamaica *''Eilica bonda'' Müller, 1987 – Colombia *''Eilica chickeringi'' Platnick, 1975 – Panama *''Eilica cincta'' (Eugène Simon, Simon, 1893) – West, Central Africa *''Eilica contacta'' Platnick, 1975 – Australia (Queensland, New South Wales) *''Eilica daviesae'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica fusca'' Platnick, 1975 – South Africa *''Eilica giga'' FitzPatrick, 1994 – Zimbabwe *''Eilica kandarpae'' Nigam & Patel, 1996 – India *''Eilica lotzi'' FitzPatrick, 2002 ...
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Eugen Von Keyserling
Eugen von Keyserling (22 March 1833 in Pockroy, Lithuania – 4 April 1889 in Dzierżoniów, Silesia) was a Baltic Germans, Baltic-German arachnologist. He studied in the University of Tartu. He was the author of ''Die Spinnen Amerikas'', and completed ''Die Arachniden Australiens'' (1871–1883) on behalf of Ludwig Carl Christian Koch. External links

* German arachnologists University of Tartu alumni People from Pakruojis Baltic-German people 1833 births 1889 deaths 19th-century German zoologists {{germany-zoologist-stub ...
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Eilica Contacta
''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australia (South Australia, Queensland) *''Eilica amambay'' Norman I. Platnick, Platnick, 1985 – Brazil, Paraguay *''Eilica bedourie'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica bicolor'' Nathan Banks, Banks, 1896 – USA to Honduras, Cuba, Jamaica *''Eilica bonda'' Müller, 1987 – Colombia *''Eilica chickeringi'' Platnick, 1975 – Panama *''Eilica cincta'' (Eugène Simon, Simon, 1893) – West, Central Africa *''Eilica contacta'' Platnick, 1975 – Australia (Queensland, New South Wales) *''Eilica daviesae'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica fusca'' Platnick, 1975 – South Africa *''Eilica giga'' FitzPatrick, 1994 – Zimbabwe *''Eilica kandarpae'' Nigam & Patel, 1996 – India *''Eilica lotzi'' FitzPatrick, 2002 ...
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Eilica Platnicki
''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australia (South Australia, Queensland) *''Eilica amambay'' Norman I. Platnick, Platnick, 1985 – Brazil, Paraguay *''Eilica bedourie'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica bicolor'' Nathan Banks, Banks, 1896 – USA to Honduras, Cuba, Jamaica *''Eilica bonda'' Müller, 1987 – Colombia *''Eilica chickeringi'' Platnick, 1975 – Panama *''Eilica cincta'' (Eugène Simon, Simon, 1893) – West, Central Africa *''Eilica contacta'' Platnick, 1975 – Australia (Queensland, New South Wales) *''Eilica daviesae'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica fusca'' Platnick, 1975 – South Africa *''Eilica giga'' FitzPatrick, 1994 – Zimbabwe *''Eilica kandarpae'' Nigam & Patel, 1996 – India *''Eilica lotzi'' FitzPatrick, 2002 ...
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Eilica Obscura
''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australia (South Australia, Queensland) *''Eilica amambay'' Norman I. Platnick, Platnick, 1985 – Brazil, Paraguay *''Eilica bedourie'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica bicolor'' Nathan Banks, Banks, 1896 – USA to Honduras, Cuba, Jamaica *''Eilica bonda'' Müller, 1987 – Colombia *''Eilica chickeringi'' Platnick, 1975 – Panama *''Eilica cincta'' (Eugène Simon, Simon, 1893) – West, Central Africa *''Eilica contacta'' Platnick, 1975 – Australia (Queensland, New South Wales) *''Eilica daviesae'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica fusca'' Platnick, 1975 – South Africa *''Eilica giga'' FitzPatrick, 1994 – Zimbabwe *''Eilica kandarpae'' Nigam & Patel, 1996 – India *''Eilica lotzi'' FitzPatrick, 2002 ...
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Eilica Myrmecophila
''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australia (South Australia, Queensland) *''Eilica amambay'' Norman I. Platnick, Platnick, 1985 – Brazil, Paraguay *''Eilica bedourie'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica bicolor'' Nathan Banks, Banks, 1896 – USA to Honduras, Cuba, Jamaica *''Eilica bonda'' Müller, 1987 – Colombia *''Eilica chickeringi'' Platnick, 1975 – Panama *''Eilica cincta'' (Eugène Simon, Simon, 1893) – West, Central Africa *''Eilica contacta'' Platnick, 1975 – Australia (Queensland, New South Wales) *''Eilica daviesae'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica fusca'' Platnick, 1975 – South Africa *''Eilica giga'' FitzPatrick, 1994 – Zimbabwe *''Eilica kandarpae'' Nigam & Patel, 1996 – India *''Eilica lotzi'' FitzPatrick, 2002 ...
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Eilica Mullaroo
''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australia (South Australia, Queensland) *''Eilica amambay'' Norman I. Platnick, Platnick, 1985 – Brazil, Paraguay *''Eilica bedourie'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica bicolor'' Nathan Banks, Banks, 1896 – USA to Honduras, Cuba, Jamaica *''Eilica bonda'' Müller, 1987 – Colombia *''Eilica chickeringi'' Platnick, 1975 – Panama *''Eilica cincta'' (Eugène Simon, Simon, 1893) – West, Central Africa *''Eilica contacta'' Platnick, 1975 – Australia (Queensland, New South Wales) *''Eilica daviesae'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica fusca'' Platnick, 1975 – South Africa *''Eilica giga'' FitzPatrick, 1994 – Zimbabwe *''Eilica kandarpae'' Nigam & Patel, 1996 – India *''Eilica lotzi'' FitzPatrick, 2002 ...
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In zoological nomenclature The International Code of Zoological Nomenclature (ICZN) is a widely accepted Convention (norm), convention in zoology that rules the formal scientific name, scientific naming of organisms treated as animals. It is also informally known as the IC ..., a type species (''species typica'') is the species In biology Biology is the natural science that studies life and living organisms, including their anatomy, physical structure, Biochemistry, chemical processes, Molecular biology, molecular interactions, Physiology, physiological mechanis ... name with which the name of a genus Genus /ˈdʒiː.nəs/ (plural genera /ˈdʒen.ər.ə/) is a taxonomic rank used in the biological classification of extant taxon, living and fossil organisms as well as Virus classification#ICTV classification, viruses. In the hierarchy of biolog ... or subgenus is considered to be permanently taxonomically associated, i.e., the species that contains the biological ty ...
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Antônio Brescovit
Antônio Domingos Brescovit (born 1959) is a Brazilian arachnologist. His first name, Antônio (the spelling used in Brazil) may also be spelt António (the spelling used in Portugal). He develops academic activities at the 'arthropodae laboratorium' at the Butantan Institute,''Ciência hoje: revista de divulgação científica da Sociedade Brasileira para o Progresso da Ciência''. Volumen 40, Nº 235–240. Editor A Sociedade, 2007 and he is a specialist in Neotropical Arachnida. Selected publications * . 2004. ''A new species of Drymusa Simon, 1891 (Araneae, Drymusidae) from Brazil''. Editor Magnolia Press, 5 pp. * . 1997. ''Revisión del género Macerio y comentarios sobre la ubicación de Cheiracanthium, Tecution y Helebonia (Araeae, Miturgidae, Eutichurinae)''. Iheringia, ser. Zool. Porto Alegre (82): 43–66 * . 1995. ''On Unicorn, a new genus of the spider family Oonopidae (Araneae, Dysderoidea)''. Nº 3152 de American Museum Novitates. Editor American Museum of Natural Hi ...
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Eilica Marchantaria
''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australia (South Australia, Queensland) *''Eilica amambay'' Norman I. Platnick, Platnick, 1985 – Brazil, Paraguay *''Eilica bedourie'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica bicolor'' Nathan Banks, Banks, 1896 – USA to Honduras, Cuba, Jamaica *''Eilica bonda'' Müller, 1987 – Colombia *''Eilica chickeringi'' Platnick, 1975 – Panama *''Eilica cincta'' (Eugène Simon, Simon, 1893) – West, Central Africa *''Eilica contacta'' Platnick, 1975 – Australia (Queensland, New South Wales) *''Eilica daviesae'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica fusca'' Platnick, 1975 – South Africa *''Eilica giga'' FitzPatrick, 1994 – Zimbabwe *''Eilica kandarpae'' Nigam & Patel, 1996 – India *''Eilica lotzi'' FitzPatrick, 2002 ...
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Eilica Maculipes
''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australia (South Australia, Queensland) *''Eilica amambay'' Norman I. Platnick, Platnick, 1985 – Brazil, Paraguay *''Eilica bedourie'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica bicolor'' Nathan Banks, Banks, 1896 – USA to Honduras, Cuba, Jamaica *''Eilica bonda'' Müller, 1987 – Colombia *''Eilica chickeringi'' Platnick, 1975 – Panama *''Eilica cincta'' (Eugène Simon, Simon, 1893) – West, Central Africa *''Eilica contacta'' Platnick, 1975 – Australia (Queensland, New South Wales) *''Eilica daviesae'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica fusca'' Platnick, 1975 – South Africa *''Eilica giga'' FitzPatrick, 1994 – Zimbabwe *''Eilica kandarpae'' Nigam & Patel, 1996 – India *''Eilica lotzi'' FitzPatrick, 2002 ...
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Eilica Lotzi
''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australia (South Australia, Queensland) *''Eilica amambay'' Norman I. Platnick, Platnick, 1985 – Brazil, Paraguay *''Eilica bedourie'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica bicolor'' Nathan Banks, Banks, 1896 – USA to Honduras, Cuba, Jamaica *''Eilica bonda'' Müller, 1987 – Colombia *''Eilica chickeringi'' Platnick, 1975 – Panama *''Eilica cincta'' (Eugène Simon, Simon, 1893) – West, Central Africa *''Eilica contacta'' Platnick, 1975 – Australia (Queensland, New South Wales) *''Eilica daviesae'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica fusca'' Platnick, 1975 – South Africa *''Eilica giga'' FitzPatrick, 1994 – Zimbabwe *''Eilica kandarpae'' Nigam & Patel, 1996 – India *''Eilica lotzi'' FitzPatrick, 2002 ...
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Eilica Kandarpae
''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australia (South Australia, Queensland) *''Eilica amambay'' Norman I. Platnick, Platnick, 1985 – Brazil, Paraguay *''Eilica bedourie'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica bicolor'' Nathan Banks, Banks, 1896 – USA to Honduras, Cuba, Jamaica *''Eilica bonda'' Müller, 1987 – Colombia *''Eilica chickeringi'' Platnick, 1975 – Panama *''Eilica cincta'' (Eugène Simon, Simon, 1893) – West, Central Africa *''Eilica contacta'' Platnick, 1975 – Australia (Queensland, New South Wales) *''Eilica daviesae'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica fusca'' Platnick, 1975 – South Africa *''Eilica giga'' FitzPatrick, 1994 – Zimbabwe *''Eilica kandarpae'' Nigam & Patel, 1996 – India *''Eilica lotzi'' FitzPatrick, 2002 ...
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