|Genus Carrhotus Thorell 1891
The genus contains two widespread species: rather Palaearctic - C.xanthogramma and Oriental C.viduus (C.L.Koch) which is the type-species. The only species described by the author of the genus - "Carrhotus " tristis Thorell, 1895 from Burma appears to be not related to the type-species and should be transferred to another genus. Other species described from Java, Ceylon and Africa are poorly known and have not been revised by us. (Bohd. and Prosz.,1987)
|@@@Species Carrhotus xanthogramma (Latreille, 1819)
Aranea biclor Walckenaer, 1802: 247(preoccupied),
Carrhotus bicolor: Simon 1901: 695 et auct. Seq.,
Salticus xanthogramma Latreille, 1819: 103,
Carrhotus xanthogramma: Proszynski, 1973b: 100-102, ff.8-14, 1976: map 66.
Attus lanipes Simon, 1871: 189,
Hasarius crinitus Karsch, 1879: 86 et auct. Seq. (syn.@Proszynski 1973b: 100),
Carrhotus detritus Bosenberg et Strand, 1906: 358 et auct. Seq. (syn. Proszynski 1973b: 100),
Carrhotus pichoni Schenkel, 1963: 444 (syn. Proszynski 1973b: 100).
Material.2 fmale -syntipi -Carrhotus detritus Bos. et trand. Typus! Japan: Saga. W.Donitz- coll.SMF 2430; 1 male and 1 female - Carrhotus detritus Bos. et Strand.@Japan:Mt.Buna, Shiga Pref. [widely distributed in Japan and very common], 27.V.1955, leg.det.T.Yaginuma; 1 female - Japan: Kubokawa, Kochi Pref., 6.V.1959, leg.M.Ohno - coll.J.Prosznski; 1 female - Japan, Yamaguchi Pref., 3.VI.1966, leg.T.Yaginuma. Epigyne and palpal organs shown on figs.9-17.
(from Bohd. and Prosz.,1987)
|Male (No data)
on the KARSCH's specimen (from Proszynki, 1973) as belows;
Hasarius crinitus Karsch, 1879: 86 et auct. Seq. (syn.@Proszynski 1973b: 100)
The present condition of KARSCH's specimens makes detailed redescription impossible. The general appearance of a female is shown in fig.8, its cheliceral dentition in fig.9, the structure of epigynum in figs.10-12, The male copulatory organ is mounted on a permanent microscopic slide (DAHL's preparation) in a rather inconvenient for examination ; some details of tis structure are given in figs.13-14.
|Female (from Proszynskii,1973)|
|Measurements of females are as follows:KARSCH's
specimen as Hasarius crinitus Karsch, 1879