Taxon profile


Cyrtophora citricola (Forsskål, 1775)

kingdom Animalia - animals »  phylum Arthropoda - arthropods »  class Arachnida - arachnids »  order Araneae - spiders »  family Araneidae - Orb-weaver spider »  genus Cyrtophora

Scientific synonyms

Aranea citricola Forsskål, 1775
Cyrtophora citricola abessinensis Strand, 1906


Included taxa

Number of records: 5

subspecies Cyrtophora citricola lurida Karsch, 1879
subspecies Cyrtophora citricola minahassae Merian, 1911
subspecies Cyrtophora citricola obscura Tullgren, 1910

Nomina nuda nud.

subspecies Cyrtophora citricola nigra Franganillo, 1925 nud.
subspecies Cyrtophora citricola pallida Franganillo, 1925 nud.

Links and literature

EN Fauna Europaea 2.4 [348469]

de Jong, Y.S.D.M. (ed.): Fauna Europaea [] [as Cyrtophora citricola (Forskal, 1775)]
Data retrieved on: 9 March 2012
EN Australian Faunal Directory [af1b157c-286c-40f1-93b3-068ec35d67cf]

ABRS (2009-2019): Australian Faunal Directory [], Australian Biological Resources Study, Canberra [as Cyrtophora citricola (Forsskål, 1775)]
Data retrieved on: 23 March 2015
EN World Spider Catalog 21.0 []

World Spider Catalog: World Spider Catalog [], Natural History Museum Bern [as Cyrtophora citricola (Forsskål, 1775)]
Data retrieved on: 3 August 2020
DE EN araneae - Spiders of Europe 2020.05 [3879]

Nentwig W., Blick T., Bosmans R., Gloor D., Hänggi A., Kropf C.: araneae - Spiders of Europe [] [as Cyrtophora citricola (Forsskål, 1775)]
Data retrieved on: 1 May 2020
CZ Kůrka A., Kovařík F. (2003): České názvy živočichů VI. Pavoukovci (Arachnida). I. Pavouci (Araneae) a štíři (Scorpiones), Národní muzeum, (zoologické odd.), Praha, 167 pp. [as Cyrtophora citricola (Forskal, 1775)]
Data retrieved on: 11 May 2013

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nud. invalid name - nomen nudum

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