Two new species of Cydrela (Araneae, Zodariidae) extending the distribution of the genus into Central Africa
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Two new species of Cydrela Thorell (Zodariidae) are described from Burundi: C. neptuna (%&) from miombo woodland and circumguinean forest and C. kreagra (%) from a seminatural area, both at medium altitude. Both species of Cydrelamentioned from Central Africa previously belong to other genera resulting in the new combinations Systenoplacis biunguis (Strand, 1913) and Capheris brunnea (Marx, 1893). The find of Cydrela in Burundi expands the known distribution of the genus considerably.
CitationNzigidahera, B.; Jocqué, R. (2010). Two new species of Cydrela (Araneae, Zodariidae) extending the distribution of the genus into Central Africa. , ZOOTAXA, Vol. 2578, 62-68,