Stiphidiidae

Aorangia sp., photographed by S. E. Thorpe.

Belongs within: Amaurobioidea.
Contains: Neoramia.

Aorangia is a New Zealand genus of ground-dwelling spiders characterised by long posterior spinnerets with prominent spigots along the inner side of the distal segment.

<==Stiphidiidae [Neolanidae, Stiphidiinae]JD-S07
| i. s.: Tartarus mullamullangensisJD-S07, Y95
| KababinaeWC17
| |--CarbineaWC17
| |--KababinaWC17
| |--MalarinaWC17
| `--WabuaWC17
|--Aorangia Forster & Wilton 1973WC17, PVD10
| |--*A. ansa Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| |--A. agama Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| |--A. fiordensis Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| |--A. isolata Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| |--A. kapitiensis Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| |--A. mauii Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| |--A. muscicola Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| |--A. obscura Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| |--A. otira Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| |--A. pilgrimi Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| |--A. poppelwelli Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| |--A. pudica Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| |--A. semita Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| |--A. silvestris Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| |--A. singularis Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| `--A. tumida Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
`--+--+--BorralinaeWC17
| | |--BorralaWC17
| | |--CourangaWC17
| | |--EllegunaWC17
| | |--JamberooWC17
| | |--KarriellaWC17
| | |--PillaraWC17
| | `--TherlinyaWC17
| `--+--Procambridgea Forster & Wilton 1973WC17, PVD10
| | `--P. grayi Davies in Davies & Lambkin 2001PVD10
| `--Stiphidion Simon 1902WC17, PVD10
| `--*S. facetum Simon 1902PVD10 [incl. Amarara feraFF99]
`--+--NeolaninaeWC17
| |--Neolana Forster & Wilton 1973WC17, PVD10
| | |--*N. dalmasi (Marples 1959) [=Ixeuticus dalmasi]WC17
| | |--N. pallida Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| | `--N. septentrionalis Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| `--Marplesia Lehtinen 1967WC17, PVD10
| |--*M. dugdalei Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
| `--M. pohara Forster & Wilton 1973PVD10
`--NeoramiaWC17

*Type species of generic name indicated

References

[FF99] Forster, R., & L. Forster. 1999. Spiders of New Zealand and their World-wide Kin. University of Otago Press: Dunedin (New Zealand).

[JD-S07] Jocqué, R., & A. S. Dippenaar-Schoeman. 2007. Spider Families of the World. Royal Museum for Central Africa: Tervuren (Belgium).

[PVD10] Paquin, P., C. J. Vink & N. Dupérré. 2010. Spiders of New Zealand: annotated family key and species list. Manaaki Whenua Press: Lincoln (New Zealand).

[WC17] Wheeler, W. C., J. A. Coddington, L. M. Crowley, D. Dimitrov, P. A. Goloboff, C. E. Griswold, G. Hormiga, L. Prendini, M. J. Ramírez, P. Sierwald, L. Almeida-Silva, F. Alvarez-Padilla, M. A. Arnedo, L. R. Benavides Silva, S. P. Benjamin, J. E. Bond, C. J. Grismado, E. Hasan, M. Hedin, M. A. Izquierdo, F. M. Labarque, J. Ledford, L. Lopardo, W. P. Maddison, J. A. Miller, L. N. Piacentini, N. I. Platnick, D. Polotow, D. Silva-Dávila, N. Scharff, T. Szűts, D. Ubick, C. J. Vink, H. M. Wood & J. Zhang. 2017. The spider tree of life: phylogeny of Araneae based on target-gene analyses from an extensive taxon sampling. Cladistics 33: 574–616.

[Y95] Yen, A. L. 1995. Australian spiders: an opportunity for conservation. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 52: 39–47.

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