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

Dysdera hungarica  Kulczyński, 1897

Description
Male

Prosoma dark red-brown, flattened anteriorly. Prosoma 2.9 mm long. Chelicerae as long as head region wide. Femur and posterior side of tibia III without spines.

Body length male: 6-9 mm
Female

Prosoma dark brown, with fine grains, with a longitudinal furrow. Prosoma 2.7-3.1 mm long. Eyes: PME smaller than PLE, anteriors one diameter apart. Chelicerae with 3 teeth. Legs: femur spineless, tibia III with 4 to 8 spines, tibia IV with 3 to 6 spines, posterior metatarsus with 5 or more spines.

Body length female: 6-9 mm
Additional information

In leaf litter, under stones and in rubbish, in forests, parks and gardens, adults live several years.

Distribution
  Presence
  No data
Global distribution (WSC 2018): Eastern Europe to Azerbaijan
Phenology
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References

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