The fossil record of spiders as currently known is briefly reviewed, with special reference to Africa. The second specimen of Triassaraneus andersonorum Selden in Selden et al. 1999 is described from a different locality in the Triassic (Carnian, c. 225 Ma) Molteno Formation of South Africa.
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Selden, P., Anderson, H., & Anderson, J. (2009). A Review of the Fossil Record of Spiders (Araneae) with Special Reference to Africa, and Description of a New Specimen from the Triassic Molteno Formation of South Africa. African Invertebrates, 50(1), 105-116, http://dx.doi.org/10.5733/afin.050.0103
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