Araneidae: Singa C. L. Koch, 1836

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Tarsus, tibia and patella III and IV distally darkened; legs (at least III and IV) therefore darkly annulated; opisthosoma with 2 dark brown to black longitudinal bands, broken by transverse stripes in the middle, the transverse stripes reaching from median band to the bright sides; male pedipalp with strongly bent hook on base of long and pointed process; scapus of epigyne not reaching beyond lateral parts posteriorly

Singa hamata (Clerck, 1757)

- Legs III-IV at most tarsus and tibia darkened, but mostly completely bright; dark longitudinal stripes on opisthosoma not broken or ± lacking

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Tarsus and tibia of legs III-IV often somewhat darkened; longitudinal stripes on opisthosoma only partly broken; male pedipalp on base of stout and long process with a sickle-shaped tip, bent away from cymbium; scapus of epigyne reaching beyond lateral parts posteriorly

Singa nitidula C. L. Koch, 1844

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1. Singa aussereri Thorell, 1873

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2. Singa lucina (Audouin, 1826)

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3. Singa neta (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874)

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4. Singa semiatra L. Koch, 1867

world5. Singa simoniana Costa, 1885