Salticidae: Phlegra Simon, 1876

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Opisthosoma black with thin, white longitudinal stripes; male clypeus with striking, dense, white hairs

Phlegra bresnieri (Lucas, 1846)

- Opisthosoma uniformly black or with broad white longitudinal stripes

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Male pedipalp with thin embolus; tibial apophysis with 2 unequally long processes; posterior epigynal margin straight; copulatory openings near to posterior epigynal margin

Asianellus festivus (C. L. Koch, 1834)

- Male pedipalp with robust, cone-like embolus; tibial apophysis with 2 equally long processes; posterior epigynal margin indented

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Tip of embolus conical; distance between processes of tibia apophysis approx. length of one process; epigynal grooves not distinctly separated; copulatory openings separated by V-shaped sclerotised margin

Phlegra cinereofasciata (Simon, 1868)

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Tip of embolus chisel-like; processes of tibial apophysis close together; epigynal grooves distinctly separated

Phlegra fasciata (Hahn, 1826)

Further taxa

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1. Phlegra bicognata Azarkina, 2004

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2. Phlegra dunini Azarkina, 2004

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3. Phlegra fulvastra (Simon, 1868)

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4. Phlegra lineata (C. L. Koch, 1846)

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5. Phlegra loripes Simon, 1876

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6. Phlegra nitidiventris (Lucas, 1846)

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7. Phlegra profuga Logunov, 1996

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8. Phlegra sierrana (Simon, 1868)

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9. Phlegra theseusi Logunov, 2001