Eremocosta striata (Putnam, 1883)


Original combination: Datames striatus


Taxonomic references

Datames striatus

Putnam, 1883: 255–257, figs 1, 7–11 original description

Eremorhax striatus (Putnam):

Muma, 1951: 45–47, figs 26–31
Muma, 1966c: 201, 207, 212
Muma, 1966d: 256 (as Eremorax [sic] striatus)
Kaestner, 1968: 225
Muma, 1970a: 8–9, unnumbered fig. on p. 9
Muma, 1976: 15
Rowland and Reddell, 1976: 7
Cloudsley-Thompson, 1977: 65
Muma, 1985: n/a, fig. 3
Muma, 1986: 3–4
Muma, 1987: 3–4, 19
Vázquez-Rojas, 1995: 30
Vázquez Rojas, 1996e: 76

Eremopus striatus (Putnam):

Muma and Muma, 1988: 10–11, fig. 2
Muma, 1989: 5

Eremocosta striata (Putnam):

Harvey, 2002a: 451
Harvey, 2003c: 246
Brookhart and Brookhart, 2006: 304
Cushing, Graham, Prendini and Brookhart, 2015: 285, figs 2, 3
Bird, Wharton and Prendini, 2015: n/a, fig. 1L

Datames cinerea Putnam, 1883 -- synonymised by Muma, 1951: 45
Datames cinerea
Putnam, 1883: 260–261, figs 4, 17–31 (synonymised by Muma, 1951: 45) original description
Eremobates cinereus (Putnam):
Banks, 1900: 427 (as Eremobates cinerea [sic])
Banks, 1901b: 589 (as Eremobates cinerea [sic])
Kraepelin, 1901a: 124
Comstock, 1913: 37, fig. 33
Roewer, 1934: 577
Distribution table
US (Arizona, California)
Type locality: Fort Grant (as Camp Grant), Graham County, Arizona, U.S.A.


Locality Lat Lon
1 Fort Grant 32.616666 -109.966666
Type repository
Zoobank LSID


Banks, N. (1900). Synopses of North-American invertebrates. IX. The scorpions, solpugids and pedipalpi. American Naturalist 34: 421–427. -- Show included taxa

Banks, N. (1901b). Some spiders and other Arachnida from southern Arizona. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 23: 581–590. -- Show included taxa

Bird, T.L., Wharton, R.A. & Prendini, L. (2015). Cheliceral morphology in Solifugae (Arachnida): primary homology, terminology and character survey.. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 394: 1–355. doi: -- Show included taxa

Brookhart, J.O. & Brookhart, I.P. (2006). An annotated checklist of continental North American Solifugae with type depositories, abundance, and notes on their zoogeography. Journal of Arachnology 34: 299–330. doi: -- Show included taxa

Cloudsley-Thompson, J.L. (1977). Adaptational biology of Solifugae (Solpugida). Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society 4: 61–71. -- Show included taxa

Comstock, J.H. (1913). The spider book. Doubleday, Page and Co., New York. -- Show included taxa

Cushing, P.E., Graham, M.R., Prendini, L. & Brookhart, J.O. (2015). A multilocus molecular phylogeny of the endemic North American camel spider family Eremobatidae (Arachnida: Solifugae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 92: 280–293. doi: -- Show included taxa

Harvey, M.S. (2002a). Nomenclatural notes on Solifugae, Amblypygi, Uropygi and Araneae (Arachnida). Records of the Western Australian Museum 20: 449–459. -- Show included taxa

Harvey, M.S. (2003c). Catalogue of the smaller arachnid orders of the world: Amblypygi, Uropygi, Schizomida, Palpigradi, Ricinulei and Solifugae. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. -- Show included taxa

Kaestner, A. (1968). Arthropod relatives, Chelicerata, Myriapoda. In: Invertebrate zoology John Wiley & Sons, New York 2. -- Show included taxa

Kraepelin, K. (1901a). Palpigradi und Solifugae. Tierreich 12: i–xi, 1–159. -- Show included taxa

Muma, M.H. (1951). The arachnid order Solpugida in the United States. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 97: 35–141. -- Show included taxa

Muma, M.H. (1966c). Feeding behavior of North American Solpugida (Arachnida). Florida Entomologist 49: 199–216. -- Show included taxa

Muma, M.H. (1966d). Burrowing habits of North American Solpugida (Arachnida). Psyche, Cambridge 73: 251–260. doi: -- Show included taxa

Muma, M.H. (1970a). A synoptic review of North American, Central American, and West Indian Solpugida (Arthropoda: Arachnida). Arthropods of Florida and Neighboring Land Areas 5: 1–62. -- Show included taxa

Muma, M.H. (1976). A review of solpugid families with an annotated list of western hemisphere solpugids. Publication of the Office of Research, Western New Mexico University, Silver City 2: 1–33. -- Show included taxa

Muma, M.H. (1985). A new, possibly diagnostic, character for Solpugida (Arachnida). Novitates Arthropodae 2(2): 1–5. -- Show included taxa

Muma, M.H. (1986). New species and records of Solpugida (Arachnida) from Mexico, Central America, and the West Indies. Novitates Arthropodae 2(3): 1–23. -- Show included taxa

Muma, M.H. (1987). New species and records of Solpugida (Arachnida) from Mexico, Central America, and the West Indies. Southwest Offset, Silver City. -- Show included taxa

Muma, M.H. (1989). New species and records of Solpugida (Arachnida) from the United States. Douglas Print Shop, Douglas. -- Show included taxa

Muma, M.H. & Muma, K.E. (1988). The arachnid order Solpugida in the United States (Supplement 2, a biological review). Southwest Offset, Silver City. -- Show included taxa

Putnam, J.D. (1883). The Solpugidae of America. Papers of J. Duncan Putnam, arranged for publication by Herbert Osborn.. Proceedings of the Davenport Academy of Natural Sciences 3: 249–310. -- Show included taxa

Roewer, C.F. (1934). Solifugae, Palpigradi. In: Bronn's Klassen und Ordnungen des Tierreichs. 5: Arthropoda. IV: Arachnoidea Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft M.B.H., Leipzig 5(IV)(4)(4–5): 481–723. -- Show included taxa

Rowland, J.M. & Reddell, J.R. (1976). Annotated checklist of the arachnid fauna of Texas (excluding Acarida and Araneida). Occasional Papers of the Museum, Texas Technical University 38: 1–25. -- Show included taxa

Vázquez Rojas, I. (1996e). Solifugae. In: Llorente Bousquets, J.E., García Aldrete, A.N. and González Soriano, E. (ed.) Biodiversidad, taxonomía y biogeografía de artrópodos de México: hacia una síntesis de su conocimiento Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, D.F.: 75–78. -- Show included taxa

Vázquez-Rojas, I. (1995). Los aracnidos de Mexico parte 1: Ricinulei, Amblypygi, Solifugae, Palpigradi, Schizomida, Uropygi. Dugesiana 2: 15–37. -- Show included taxa


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