Dysderidae  C. L. Koch, 1837 / Dysdera  Latreille, 1804   160 species

Dysdera lata  Reuss, 1834

Description
Male

Bulb 1.7 mm long. Prosoma 3.7-4.7 mm long. Prosoma dark red-brown, strongly wrinkled. Femur IV with dorsal spines. Tibia IV not only laterally and ventrally but also dorsally with distal spine.

Body length male: 7-8 mm
Female

Prosoma dark brown, covered with unequal and irregular punctures. Prosoma  4.8 mm long. Eyes: anteriors 0.5 diameter apart. Chelicerae with 3 teeth. Legs: femur IV with one or 2 dorsal small spines, posterior tibia and metatarsus with 7 or more spines.

Body length female: 10-12 mm
Additional information

In Castanea forest, Pinus forest, under bark or under stones, usually near littoral.

Frequency: Rarely found

Distribution
  Presence
  No data
Global distribution (WSC 2018): Mediterranean to Georgia
Phenology
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References

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Updates
06-03-2018 Image insert
06-03-2018 Distribution update Old value
05-03-2018 Distribution update Old value
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30-12-2017 Distribution update Old value