Linyphiidae: Oreonetides

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Male pedipalp with large, bipartite lamella; paracymbium complex; epigynal plate ± rectangular, longer than wide; scapus short

Oreonetides vaginatus (Thorell, 1872)

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male Pedipalp
(Wiehle 1963b)
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male Pedipalp
(Roberts 1987)
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male Pedipalp
(Heimer & Nentwig 1991)
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male Pedipalp
(Locket & Millidge 1953)
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female Epigyne
(Wiehle 1963b)
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female Epigyne
(Roberts 1987)
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female Epigyne
(Locket & Millidge 1953)
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female Vulva
(Wiehle 1963b)
- Male pedipalp and epigyne different

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Male pedipalp with easily visible, complex embolic division; paracymbium robust, without striking processes; epigyne anchor-shaped

Oreonetides glacialis (L. Koch, 1872)

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male Pedipalp, ventral view
(Denis 1963a)
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male Pedipalp
(Heimer & Nentwig 1991)
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female Epigyne, lateral view
(Denis 1963a)
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female Epigyne, dorsal view
(Denis 1963a)
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female Epigyne, ventral view
(Denis 1963a)
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female Epigyne
(Heimer & Nentwig 1991)
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female Vulva
(Thaler 1981c)
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Male pedipalp with hardly visible embolic division; bulbus ± simple; paracymbium with transverse fold; epigyne with distinctly visible scapus and posteriorly elongated median plate

Oreonetides quadridentatus (Wunderlich, 1972)

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male Pedipalp
(Thaler 1981c)
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female Epigyne
(Heimer & Nentwig 1991)
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female Vulva
(Thaler 1981c)