Linyphiidae: Panamomops

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Males

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- Females

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Prosoma with tufts of bristles or small horns on protruding corner

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Prosoma without tufts of bristles; embolus curved; prosoma as fig.

Panamomops inconspicuus (Miller & Valesova, 1964)

female

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male Pedipalp
(Heimer & Nentwig 1991)
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male Tibial apophysis
(Thaler 1993)
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Prosoma, lateral view
(Heimer & Nentwig 1991)
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Prosomal corners with tufts of bristles overtopping clypeus in dorsal view; pedipalp as fig.

Panamomops mengei Simon, 1926

female

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male Pedipalp, prolateral view
(Wiehle 1960a)
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male Pedipalp, retrolateral view
(Wiehle 1960a)
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male Tibial apophysis
(Wiehle 1960a)
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Prosoma, dorsal view
(Wiehle 1960a)
- Clypeus visible in dorsal view

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Clypeus strongly protruding; pedipalp as fig.

Panamomops sulcifrons (Wider, 1834)

female

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male Pedipalp
(Wiehle 1960a)
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male Pedipalp
(Wiehle 1960a)
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male Pedipalp
(Roberts 1987)
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male Pedipalp
(Locket & Millidge 1953)
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male Tibial apophysis
(Miller 1959)
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male Tibial apophysis
(Miller 1959)
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male Tibial apophysis
(Locket & Millidge 1953)
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male Prosoma, lateral view
(Roberts 1987)
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male Prosoma, dorsal view
(Locket & Millidge 1953)
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Prosoma, dorsal view
(Wiehle 1960a)
- Clypeus not strongly protruding

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Tibial apophysis short and with a slender, bent process; pedipalp and prosoma as figs.

Panamomops tauricornis (Simon, 1881)

female

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male Pedipalp
(Wiehle 1960a)
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male Pedipalp, ventral view
(Wiehle 1960a)
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male Tibial apophysis
(Wiehle 1960a)
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Prosoma, dorsal view
(Wiehle 1960a)
- Tibial apophysis different

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Tibial apophysis with 2 long processes

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Tibial apophysis with 2 short processes; pedipalp as fig.

Panamomops palmgreni Thaler, 1973

female

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male Pedipalp
(Thaler 1973a)
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male Pedipalp, ventral view
(Thaler 1973a)
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male Tibial apophysis
(Thaler 1973a)
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male Tibial apophysis
(Thaler 1973a)
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Prosoma, lateral view
(Thaler 1973a)
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Prosoma, dorsal view
(Thaler 1973a)
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Anterior and posterior apophysis of tibia almost equal in length, anterior one pointed, the posterior one rounded; a backwardly bent claw originates at base of anterior apophysis; pedipalp and prosoma as figs.

Panamomops latifrons Miller, 1959

female

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male Pedipalp
(Palmgren 1950)
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male Pedipalp
(Palmgren 1950)
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male Tibial apophysis
(Palmgren 1950)
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Prosoma, lateral view
(Palmgren 1950)
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Distal tibial apophysis with fine serrated outer edge

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Long distal part of tibial apophysis bent, the outer margin finely serrated. Pedipalpus as in fig.

Panamomops fagei Miller & Kratochvil, 1939

female

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male Pedipalp
(Wiehle 1960a)
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male Pedipalp
(Palmgren 1950)
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male Tibial apophysis
(Wiehle 1960a)
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female Epigyne
(Wiehle 1960a)
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female Vulva
(Wiehle 1960a)
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Prosoma, dorsal view
(Wiehle 1960a)
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Long distal part of tibial apophysis rectangularly bent, its outer margin with a protruding, serrated process; Pedipalp as in fig.

Panamomops affinis Miller & Kratochvil, 1939

female

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male Pedipalp
(Wiehle 1967)
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male Pedipalp
(Wiehle 1967)
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male Tibial apophysis
(Wiehle 1967)
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female Epigyne
(Wiehle 1967)
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Epigynal plate trapezoid, approximately as long as wide

  10  

- Median part of epigyne longer than wide

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Posterior margin of epigynal plate straight; vulva as fig.

Panamomops sulcifrons (Wider, 1834)

male

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female Epigyne
(Wiehle 1960a)
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female Epigyne
(Roberts 1987)
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female Epigyne
(Roberts 1987)
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female Epigyne
(Roberts 1987)
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female Epigyne
(Locket & Millidge 1953)
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female Vulva
(Wiehle 1960a)
- Posterior margin of epigynal plate bent

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Epigyne/Vulva as figs.

Panamomops inconspicuus (Miller & Valesova, 1964)

male

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female Epigyne
(Heimer & Nentwig 1991)
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female Vulva
(Heimer & Nentwig 1991)
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Epigyne/Vulva as figs.

Panamomops palmgreni Thaler, 1973

male

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female Epigyne/vulva, ventral view
(Thaler 1973a)
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female Epigyne/vulva, dorsal view
(Thaler 1973a)
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Median epigynal part bordered by bent lateral margins; vulva as fig.

Panamomops tauricornis (Simon, 1881)

male

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female Epigyne
(Wiehle 1960a)
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female Vulva
(Wiehle 1960a)
- Lateral epigynal margins straight

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Copulatory opening strongly sclerotised, clearly visible; vulva as fig.

Panamomops mengei Simon, 1926

male

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female Epigyne
(Wiehle 1960a)
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female Vulva
(Wiehle 1960a)
- Copulatory openings less strongly sclerotised

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Median epigynal part distinctly longer than wide

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Median epigynal part only little longer than wide

Panamomops latifrons Miller, 1959

male

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female Vulva
(Palmgren 1950)
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Copulatory opening hidden under lateral epigynal plates; vulva as fig.

Panamomops fagei Miller & Kratochvil, 1939

male

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female Epigyne
(Wiehle 1960a)
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female Vulva
(Wiehle 1960a)
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Epigyne and vulva as figs.

Panamomops affinis Miller & Kratochvil, 1939

male

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female Epigyne
(Wiehle 1967)
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female Vulva
(Miller 1959)
Further taxa

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1. Panamomops dybowskii (O. P.-Cambridge, 1873)

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male Pedipalp, retrolateral view
(Marusik et al. 1996)
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male Pedipalp, prolateral view
(Marusik et al. 1996)
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female Epigyne
(Eskov & Marusik 1994)
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female Epigyne, ventral view
(Marusik et al. 1996)
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female Vulva, dorsal view
(Marusik et al. 1996)

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2. Panamomops fedotovi (Charitonov, 1937)

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male Pedipalp
(Tanasevitch 1987a)
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male Pedipalp, retrolateral view
(Gnelitsa 2009a)
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male Pedipalp, ventral view
(Gnelitsa 2009a)
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male Pedipalp, prolateral view
(Gnelitsa 2009a)
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male Palpal tibia
(Tanasevitch 1987a)
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male Epigyne, ventral view
(Gnelitsa 2009a)
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male Prosoma, dorsal view
(Tanasevitch 1987a)
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male Prosoma, lateral view
(Tanasevitch 1987a)
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male Prosoma, dorsal view
(Gnelitsa 2009a)
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male Prosoma, lateral view
(Gnelitsa 2009a)
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female Epigyne
(Tanasevitch 1987a)
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female Vulva
(Gnelitsa 2009a)

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3. Panamomops mutilus (Denis, 1962)

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male Pedipalp, retrolateral view
(Denis 1962c)
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male Pedipalp, retrolateral view
(Barrientos et al. 2015b)
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male Palpal tibia
(Denis 1962c)
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male Palpal tibia
(Denis 1962c)
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male Palpal tibia
(Denis 1962c)
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male Prosoma, lateral view
(Denis 1962c)
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male Eyes, dorsal view
(Denis 1962c)
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male Eyes, lateral view
(Denis 1962c)
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female Epigyne, ventral view
(Barrientos et al. 2015b)
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female Vulva, dorsal view
(Barrientos et al. 2015b)