Peckhamia scorpionia (♂,♀) (HENTZ, 1846)


Please rate the images which helped you to identify the taxa!

© HENTZ, N. M. (1846)

Descriptions and figures of the Araneides of the United States. J. Nat. Hist., Boston 5: 352-370

Fig.: D-6015
Synemosyna scorpionea - ♂
Not rated yet

© EMERTON, J. H. (1909)

Supplement to the New England Spiders. Trans. Connect. Acad. Arts Sci., Connecticut 14: 171-236

Fig.: D-6078
Peckhamia scorpiona - ♀
Not rated yet

© EMERTON, J. H. (1909)

Supplement to the New England Spiders. Trans. Connect. Acad. Arts Sci., Connecticut 14: 171-236

Fig.: D-6079
Peckhamia scorpiona - ♂ approaching the ♀
Not rated yet

© SIMON, E. (1901)

Histoire naturelle des Araignees. Deuxieme edition. Paris (Roret) 2 (3): 381-668

Fig.: D-21314
Peckhamia scorpionea
Not rated yet

© PECKHAM, G. W. & PECKHAM, E. G. (1888)

Attidae of North America. Trans. Wisconsin Acad. Sci. Arts. Lett., Madison, Wisconsin 7: 1-104, pl. I-IV

Fig.: D-13611
Synageles scorpiona - ♂ - palpus
Not rated yet

© CHICKERING, A. M. (1944)

The Salticidae (jumping spiders) of Michigan. Pap. Michigan Acad. Sci., Arts and Letters 29 (1943): 139-222

Fig.: D-40446
Peckhamia scorpiona - ♂ - palpus, retrolateral view
Not rated yet

© PECKHAM, G. W. & PECKHAM, E. G. (1888)

Attidae of North America. Trans. Wisconsin Acad. Sci. Arts. Lett., Madison, Wisconsin 7: 1-104, pl. I-IV

Fig.: D-13610
Synageles scorpiona - ♀ - epigynum
Not rated yet

© PECKHAM, G. W. & PECKHAM, E. G. (1892)

Ant-like spiders of the family Attidae. Occ. Pap. Nat. Hist. Soc. Wisconsin 2 (1): 1-83

Fig.: D-13735
Synageles scorpiona - ♀ - epigynum
Not rated yet

© CHICKERING, A. M. (1944)

The Salticidae (jumping spiders) of Michigan. Pap. Michigan Acad. Sci., Arts and Letters 29 (1943): 139-222

Fig.: D-40447
Peckhamia scorpiona - ♀ - epigynum
Not rated yet

© SIMON, E. (1901)

Histoire naturelle des Araignees. Deuxieme edition. Paris (Roret) 2 (3): 381-668

Fig.: D-21315
Peckhamia scorpionea
Not rated yet

© HENTZ, N. M. (1846)

Descriptions and figures of the Araneides of the United States. J. Nat. Hist., Boston 5: 352-370

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-6016

Synemosyna ephippiata - ♀
Not rated yet