Salticidae: Pellenes Simon, 1876

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Tibial apophysis strongly bent and broadened to a thin plate

Pellenes lapponicus (Sundevall, 1833)

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- Tibial apophysis slender and straight

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Embolus simple; tibial apophysis long, merged with cymbium, with 3 hump-shaped protrusions on cymbium (can be merged to one)

Pellenes tripunctatus (Walckenaer, 1802)

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Embolus distally forked; tibial apophysis short, free

Pellenes nigrociliatus (Simon, 1875)

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Epigyne with continuous, striking median bar

Pellenes tripunctatus (Walckenaer, 1802)

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Epigyne somewhat structured

Pellenes lapponicus (Sundevall, 1833)

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Epigyne with strongly sclerotised fold protruding from posterior to anterior, separates epigynal groove into 2 halves

Pellenes nigrociliatus (Simon, 1875)

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Further taxa

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1. Pellenes allegrii Caporiacco, 1935

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2. Pellenes arciger (Walckenaer, 1837)

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3. Pellenes bonus Logunov, Marusik & Rakov, 1999

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4. Pellenes brevis (Simon, 1868)

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5. Pellenes canosus Simon, 1937

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6. Pellenes diagonalis (Simon, 1868)

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7. Pellenes epularis (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872)

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8. Pellenes flavipalpis (Lucas, 1853)

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9. Pellenes geniculatus (Simon, 1868)

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10. Pellenes laevigatus (Simon, 1868)

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11. Pellenes lagrecai Cantarella & Alicata, 2002

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12. Pellenes limbatus Kulczyński, 1895

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13. Pellenes moreanus Metzner, 1999

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14. Pellenes seriatus (Thorell, 1875)

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15. Pellenes siculus Alicata & Cantarella, 2000

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16. Pellenes turkmenicus Logunov, Marusik & Rakov, 1999

world17. Pellenes geniculatus subsultans (Simon, 1868)