The World Spider Catalog, V15 by N. I. Platnick (c) 2000 - 2014 AMNH

Family: OONOPIDAE

Gen. Xestaspis Simon, 1884 [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidergen:00552]

N.B.: although X. nitida has generally been cited as the type species, following Simon, 1893a: 302, the original description clearly specifies Oonops loricatus L. Koch, 1873 as the type.

Transferred to other genera:
X. parumpunctata Simon, 1893 -- see Brignolia.

mf biflocci Eichenberger, 2012....................Thailand [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:044559]
X. b. Eichenberger, in Eichenberger et al., 2012: 56, f. 43A-H, 44A-H, 45A-E, 46A-H, 47A-C (Dmf).

mf kandy Eichenberger, 2012....................Sri Lanka [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:044556]
X. k. Eichenberger, in Eichenberger et al., 2012: 46, f. 35A-G, 36A-E, 37A-E (Dmf).

mf linnaei Ott & Harvey, 2008....................Western Australia [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:042032]
X. l. Ott & Harvey, 2008a: 337, f. 1A-E, 2A-D, 3A-E (Dmf).

mf loricata (L. Koch, 1873) *....................China, Taiwan, Laos, Micronesia, Australia [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:004892]
Oonops loricatus L. Koch, 1873: 449, pl. 35, f. 3 (Df).
Gamasomorpha l. Berland, 1933b: 46, f. 6 (Dm).
Gamasomorpha l. Roewer, 1963a: 119, f. 6a-d (mf).
Gamasomorpha clypeata Brignoli, 1975d: 172 (maintains that Oonops loricata Simon, described in 1873 per Bonnet and Roewer, has priority over O. l. L. Koch, uses this replacement name from Pavesi, 1875 that was omitted by Bonnet and Roewer).
Gamasomorpha l. Saaristo, 2001a: 311, f. 1B, 2B, 3B (m).
X. l. Tong & Li, 2009b: 26, f. 1G-I, 2G-I, 5A-D (mf).
X. l. Tong, 2013: 51, f. 17G-I, 18G-I, 69A-D (mf).

mf nitida Simon, 1884....................Algeria, Yemen [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:005221]
X. n. Simon, 1884o: 325 (Df).
Gamasomorpha hyperion Simon, 1890a: 88 (Df).
X. n. Simon, 1893a: 302.
X. n. Saaristo & van Harten, 2006: 152, f. 74-77 (Dm).

mf paulina Eichenberger, 2012....................Sri Lanka [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:044557]
X. p. Eichenberger, in Eichenberger et al., 2012: 51, f. 38A-G, 39A-D, 40A-E (Dmf).

f recurva Strand, 1906....................Ethiopia [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:005223]
X. r. Strand, 1906b: 680 (Df).
X. r. Strand, 1908l: 16, pl. 2, f. 18 (f).

m reimoseri Fage, 1938....................Costa Rica [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:005224]
X. r. Fage, 1938a: 371, f. 1 (Dm).

mf rostrata Tong & Li, 2009....................China [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:042270]
X. r. Tong & Li, 2009b: 31, f. 1J-L, 2J-L, 6A-C (Dmf).
X. r. Tong, 2013: 52, f. 17J-L, 18J-L, 70A-C (mf).

mf semengoh Eichenberger, 2012....................Borneo [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:044558]
X. s. Eichenberger, in Eichenberger et al., 2012: 53, f. 41A-H, 42A-H (Dmf).

mf sertata Simon, 1907....................Bioko [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:005225]
X. s. Simon, 1907d: 231 (Dmf).

mf shoushanensis Tong & Li, 2014....................Taiwan [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:046774]
X. s. Tong & Li, 2014: 81, f. 8A-K, 9A-J, 10A-C (Dmf).

mf sis Saaristo & van Harten, 2006....................Yemen [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:039351]
X. s. Saaristo & van Harten, 2006: 154, f. 78-81, 82a-b (Dmf).

f sublaevis Simon, 1893....................Sri Lanka [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:005226]
X. s. Simon, 1893d: 305 (Df).

mf tumidula Simon, 1893....................Sierra Leone [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:005227]
X. t. Simon, 1893d: 304 (Dmf).

mf yemeni Saaristo & van Harten, 2006....................Yemen [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:039352]
X. y. Saaristo & van Harten, 2006: 155, f. 83-85, 86a-b (Dmf).