Linyphiidae: Neriene Blackwall, 1833

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Prosoma yellowish brown with broad, white margin; legs unicoloured yellow; all femora without spines; male pedipalp and epigyne as figs.

Neriene radiata (Walckenaer, 1841)

- Prosoma different; at least some spines on femur

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Posterior median eyes on elevations; distance between posterior median eyes > distance between posterior median eyes and posterior lateral eyes; opisthosoma ventrally black or with pairs of white spots

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- Posterior median eyes not on elevations; distance between posterior median eyes < distance between posterior median eyes and posterior lateral eyes; opisthosoma ventrally with white spot anterior to spinnerets or completely mottled with white

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Opisthosoma ventrally uniformly brown-black, never with white spots; paracymbium triangularly broadened distally; epigynal groove much wider than long

Neriene hammeni (van Helsdingen, 1963)

- Opisthosoma ventrally with pairs of white spots; Paracymbial tip not broadened; epigynal groove as wide as long

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Body length of males 5.5-8.0 mm; male pedipalp and epigyne as figs.

Neriene montana (Clerck, 1757)

- Body length 3-5 mm

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Femur I dorsally with one spine; tegulum with distinct tip; epigyne protruding

Neriene furtiva (O. P.-Cambridge, 1871)

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Femur I dorsally with two spines; Tegular tip rounded; epigyne not protruding

Neriene clathrata (Sundevall, 1830)

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Body length of males >3.6 mm, females 4.0-6.5 mm; opisthosoma dorsally with 4 black transverse stripes in posterior third, remaining area white; male pedipalp as fig.; epigyne with 2 depressions in anterior part

Neriene emphana (Walckenaer, 1841)

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Body length of males <3.6 mm, females 2.9-4.6 mm; opisthosoma dorsally with dark longitudinal band, its margin white and irregular margin, male pedipalp and epigyne as figs.

Neriene peltata (Wider, 1834)