Miturgidae  Simon, 1886 / Zora  C. L. Koch, 1847   11 species

Zora silvestris  Kulczyński, 1897

Description

Epigyne with moderately large groove. Prosoma with dark, pronounced and continuous lateral band. Prosoma length: 1.6-2.2 mm. Femur I and II dorsally and/or laterally with mostly distinct, dark grey longitudinal stripes or rows of spots. Coxa IV male: scarcely provided with thin hairs.

Body length male: 3-4 mm
Body length female: 3.5-4 mm

Frequency: Widely distributed

Distribution
  Presence
  No data
Global distribution (WSC 2017): Europe to Central Asia
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References

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Updates
03-02-2017 Image insert
30-09-2015 Distribution update Old value
26-02-2014 Distribution update Old value
01-12-2013 Distribution update Old value