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A Checklist of Manitoba Spiders (Araneae)

with notes on geographic relationships

Results: Family Amaurobiidae


Amaurobius borealis Emerton.
Location: B3. C4
Collection: AIT, CNC
Distribution: Nearctic. Boreal. Boreal forest. Bogs and coniferous woods. Ground litter.

Arctobius agelenoides (Emerton).
Location: C4. F1, H2
Collection: AIT, BUC, CNC
Distribution: Holarctic. Boreal and boreoalpine. Boreal forest. Bogs, moss.

Callobius bennetti (Blackwall).
Location: B1
Collection: MCZ
Distribution: Eastern Nearctic. Boreal. Boreal forest. Coniferous woods.

Callobius nomeus Chamberlin*.
Location: B4
Collection: MMMN
Distribution: Nearctic. Boreal. Coniferous woods. Ground litter.

Cybaeopsis euoplus (Bishop & Crosby).
Location: A1, C4, D1, H2
Collection: AIT, CNC, MMMN
Distribution: Nearctic. Boreal. Boreal forest. Bogs.

Cybaeopsis tibialis (Emerton)*.
Location: C4
Collection: AIT
Distribution: Eastern Nearctic. Boreal forest. Bogs.

Titanoeca nigrella (Chamberlin).
Location: A2
Collection: MCZ
Distribution: Western Nearctic. Under stones.

Titanoeca silvicola Chamberlin & Ivie.
Location: A3, A4, F1
Collection: AIT,BUC,CNC
Distribution: Holarctic. Boreal. Deciduous woods. Ground litter.


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