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Nomoclastidae
Nomoclastes quasimodo at live
Nomoclastes quasimodo Pinto-da-Rocha, 1997, Colombia. Photo Copyright © Jairo Moreno~García.

Suborder

Laniatores

Superfamily

Gonyleptoidea

Nomoclastinae Roewer, 1943 was a subfamily of Stygnidae with 1 genus and 2 species distributed in Colombia. As a result of a cladistic analysis (Kury & Villarreal, 2015[1]), it was raised to family, including also some other genera until then located in diverse and distantly related groups.

New species and cladistic analysis was proposed by Pinto-da-Rocha & Bragagnolo, 2017 [2]

Type genusEdit

Nomoclastes Sørensen, 1932.

Type speciesEdit

Nomoclastes taedifer Sørensen, 1932 by monotypy.

Included subfamiliesEdit

Included genera and speciesEdit

Zamora

  • Zamora granulata Roewer, 1927

Nomoclastes

Napostygnus

  • Napostygnus bispinosus Roewer, 1929

Callcosma

  • Callcosma abrapatricia Pinto-da-Rocha & Bragagnolo, 2017
  • Callcosma barasana Pinto-da-Rocha & Bragagnolo, 2017
  • Callcosma cofan Pinto-da-Rocha & Bragagnolo, 2017
  • Callcosma gracillima Roewer, 1932

Kichua

  • Kichua rheimsae Pinto-da-Rocha & Bragagnolo, 2017

Quindina

  • Quindina albiocularia Pinto-da-Rocha & Bragagnolo, 2017
  • Quindina albomarginis (Chamberlin, 1925)
  • Quindina bella Roewer, 1914
  • Quindina bimaculata Roewer, 1932
  • Quindina burbayar Pinto-da-Rocha & Bragagnolo, 2017
  • Quindina kuna Pinto-da-Rocha & Bragagnolo, 2017
  • Quindina limbata (Roewer, 1943)
  • Quindina marginata (Roewer, 1963)
  • Quindina morae Pinto-da-Rocha & Bragagnolo, 2017

ReferencesEdit

  1. Kury A.B. & Villarreal M.O. (2015) The prickly blade mapped: establishing homologies and a chaetotaxy for macrosetae of penis ventral plate in Gonyleptoidea (Arachnida, Opiliones, Laniatores). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 174(1), 1–46. DOI: 10.1111/zoj.12225
  2. Pinto-da-Rocha, R., & Bragagnolo, C. (2017). Cladistic analysis of the family Nomoclastidae with descriptions of a new genus and eight new species (Opiliones, Laniatores). Invertebrate Systematics, 31, 91-123. doi:10.1071/IS15050