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Ariasella lusitanica, Hybotidae
Rui Andrade
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Yes, I think you are right Jorge.
 
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and today it was found this spectacular Tachydromia... Wink
Tomorrow more new photos by Andrade.
 
http://www.flickr.com/photos/superegnum
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Yes, this amazing Tachydromia is back! (with Austrian accent)Grin

Female
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Male
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Male with prey
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Hi,

I've been registering the behavior of this species and below you can see some of the most interesting videosSmile.

Mating behavior:

YouTube Video


YouTube Video


YouTube Video


A male Tachydromia sp. steals a prey from another male (please pay attention to the first second of the videoGrin):

YouTube Video


Two males:
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Edited by Paul Beuk on 02-03-2009 13:08
 
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I think there is a problemSad. Paul?
 
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check the html...




[youtube] < URL > [ /youtube]
Edited by jorgemotalmeida on 01-03-2009 12:24
 
http://www.flickr.com/photos/superegnum
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Thank you Jorge. I don't understand what is the problemSad. I did what you suggested.

Since it's not working, I've put in the links.
Edited by Rui Andrade on 01-03-2009 19:32
 
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YouTube button works by only adding the YouTube clip ID between the tags. Not the whole url.
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Thanks PaulWink
 
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I'm very happy to announce that this species has now been published under the name Ariasella lusitanicaSmile.

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Congratulations Rui! But who described the species and in which journal?
Jan Willem van Zuijlen
 
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Thanks JanSmile. The authors of the article are Patrick Grootaert, Igor Shamshev and me, and it was published on the Bulletin of the Royal Belgian Society of Entomology.
 
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Congrats Rui ! All the best ! Fantastic news !
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dr. A. J. Woznica, Institute of Biology, Wroclaw University of Environmental & Life Sciences
 
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Thank you AndrzejGrin! This is a superinteresting species, I'm studying its behaviour and I hope to find many things about it.Wink
Edited by Rui Andrade on 11-10-2009 21:46
 
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Congrats, Andrade!!

I updated my flickr with the new species name. http://www.flickr...882540311/

when will be ready your article on behaviour of this Ariasella?
 
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Rui Andrade wrote:
Thanks JanSmile. The authors of the article are Patrick Grootaert, Igor Shamshev and me, and it was published on the Bulletin of the Royal Belgian Society of Entomology.


Do you have a pdf for us to download perhaps? Smile
 
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I only have a preliminar pdf. The final version I do not have yet.
 
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I am a member of the Royal Belgian Society of Entomology. If Rui or Jorge don't have the final version, I can try to scan it.
 
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Thanks, jorgen. However I think Andrade has the final version. Soon he will give it. Maybe it will be available here in the DI.
 
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I have a scanned version of the article which I just sent to PaulSmile. The behaviour article is going to take a little while more, I'm still going to make some more observationsPfft.
 
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