Cave Spiders (Araneae) of Fort Hood, Texas, With Descriptions of New Species of Czcurzna (Dictynidae) and Neoleptoneta (Leptonetidae)
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All records are included for all spiders known from 85 caves and sinks on Fort Hood, Bell and Coryell Counties, Texas. The fauna includes at least 45 species, including four troglobites: Cicurina (Cicurella) w corpelli Gertsch, C. (C.) c a l i ~ a new species, C. (C.) hoodensis new species, and C. (C.) mixmaster new species. The first authenticated occurrence of two troglobitic Cicurina spp. in the same cave is reported. Neoleproneta paraconcinna new species is also described and is probably cave-restricted.
Texas Memorial Museum Speleological Monographs, Vol. 5 (2001).
Cokendolpher, James and Reddell, James R., "Cave Spiders (Araneae) of Fort Hood, Texas, With Descriptions of New Species of Czcurzna (Dictynidae) and Neoleptoneta (Leptonetidae)" (2001). KIP Articles. 796.