Tanasevitch A.V. 2016. A new Agyneta Hull, 1911 from northern Yakutia, Russia (Aranei: Linyphiidae) // Arthropoda Selecta. Vol.25. No.1: 75–76 [in English].
Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Russian Academy of Sciences, Leninsky prospekt, 33, Moscow 119071, Russia. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
KEY WORDS: Spiders, Micronetinae, Arctic, Agyneta, new species.
ABSTRACT. A new species, Agyneta bulavintsevi sp.n., is described from the environs of Tiksi, northern Yakutia, based on a single male. The new species seems to be most similar to the Fennoscandian-Siberian arcto-boreal A. trifurcata Hippa et Oksala, 1985, but differs well by the presence of a trichobothrium on metatarsus IV, as well as by some details of palpal structure.