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Serradigitus minutis (Williams 1970)

Vejovis minutis Williams, 1970b: 286-290, fig. 7-9; Soleglad, 1972b: 181, 190; Soleglad, 1973b: 357.
Serradigitus minutis
: Stahnke, 1974a: 132; Williams & Berke, 1986: 351; Kovarík, 1998: 145; Soleglad & Fet, 2003a: 8, fig. 67; Soleglad & Fet, 2005: 2.
Vaejovis minutis
: Williams, 1980: 52, 100, 101, 107, fig. 53F, 54F, 98, 105; Williams, 1986a: 358; Beutelspacher, 2000: 97, 138, 153, map 75.
Serradigitus minutus (
ISS): Sissom, 2000:522; Soleglad & Fet, 2003a: 150, fig. B-1.

HOLOTYPE:  Vejovis minutis Williams Holotype: M (CAS, Type No. 10423), 8 km SW La Paz, Baja California Sur, México.

Original description: Vejovis minutis Williams, 1970b: 286-290, fig. 7-9.

SUBSEQUENT ACCOUNTS:

DISTRIBUTION:  NORTH AMERICA. México (Baja California Sur).

PUBLISHED RECORds:  Vejovis minutis Williams Paratypes: 1M, 16F (inlcuding allotype) (CAS), same locality as holotype; 2M, 1F (CAS), 2.9 mi NW San Antonio; 9F (CAS), Las Cruces; 7F (CAS), from Las Cruces to 5 mi SW Las Cruces, Baja California Sur, México.

nOTES: The original spelling of the species epithet is "minutis", and the "minutus" spelling should be regarded as an incorrect subsequent spelling (ISS).

 

 


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