Salticidae: Euophrys C. L. Koch, 1834

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Males

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Embolus long, spirally twisted

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Embolus very small

Talavera parvistyla Logunov & Kronestedt, 2003

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Tibial apophysis distally bent (also in lateral view)

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- Tibial apophysis straight

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Tibial apophysis long, tapering into a tip and slightly bent distally

Pseudeuophrys erratica (Walckenaer, 1826)

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Tibial apophysis short, distally strongly claw-like bent, strongly variable

 

   Pseudeuophrys lanigera (Simon, 1871)


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Tibial apophysis very narrow, often needle-like

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- Tibial apophysis wider

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Tibial apophysis and embolus uniformly narrow, ± parallel sides

Euophrys herbigrada (Simon, 1871)

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Tibial apophysis at least broader at base

Euophrys frontalis (Walckenaer, 1802)

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Tibial apophysis slightly bent laterally

Pseudeuophrys obsoleta (Simon, 1868)

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Epigyne with 2 white, membranous "windows"

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Epigyne with one oval, white "window"; vulva with thicker entrance ducts

Talavera parvistyla Logunov & Kronestedt, 2003

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"Window" ± oval, sometimes angular, margins narrowly sclerotised

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- "Window" ± round, partly difficult to recognise, margins not distinctly sclerotised

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"Window" longish oval

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"Window" transverse oval to angular, bar between "window" narrow

Pseudeuophrys erratica (Walckenaer, 1826)

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Receptaculum seminis oval

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Receptaculum seminis elongated, slightly bent; Epigyne as fig.

Pseudeuophrys lanigera (Simon, 1871)

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Receptaculum seminis as fig.

Pseudeuophrys obsoleta (Simon, 1868)

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Vulva with very wide ducts; clypeus black, without hairs

Euophrys frontalis (Walckenaer, 1802)

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Genital morphologically not distinguishable, but due to dense white hairs on clypeus distinctly different

Euophrys herbigrada (Simon, 1871)

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Further taxa

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1. Euophrys alticola Denis, 1955

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2. Euophrys baliola (Simon, 1871)

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3. Euophrys difficilis (Simon, 1868)

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4. Euophrys flavoatra (Grube, 1861)

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5. Euophrys gambosa (Simon, 1868)

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6. Euophrys nigritarsis (Simon, 1868)

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7. Euophrys patellaris Denis, 1957

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8. Euophrys pseudogambosa Strand, 1915

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9. Euophrys rufibarbis (Simon, 1868)

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10. Euophrys semiglabrata (Simon, 1868)

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11. Euophrys sulphurea (L. Koch, 1867)

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12. Euophrys terrestris (Simon, 1871)

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13. Euophrys testaceozonata Caporiacco, 1922

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14. Euophrys uralensis Logunov, Cutler & Marusik, 1993

world15. Euophrys acripes (Simon, 1871)
world16. Euophrys fucata (Simon, 1868)
world17. Euophrys gambosa mediocris Simon, 1937
world18. Euophrys innotata (Simon, 1868)
world19. Euophrys littoralis Soyer, 1959
world20. Euophrys luteolineata (Simon, 1871)
world21. Euophrys manicata (Simon, 1871)
world22. Euophrys nigripalpis Simon, 1937
world23. Euophrys pexa Simon, 1937
world24. Euophrys rufimana (Simon, 1875)
world25. Euophrys sedula (Simon, 1875)