Gytha Thorkelsd������ttir
   HOME



Gytha Thorkelsd������ttir
''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 ...
[...More Info...]      
[...Related Items...]



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 ...
[...More Info...]      
[...Related Items...]




MORE