Linyphiidae: Trichoncus Simon, 1884

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Males

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- Females

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Tibial apophysis with a rectangularly projecting process

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- Tibial apophysis with a conspicuously long process which embraces cymbium

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Clypeus protruding; pedipalp as fig.

Trichoncus hackmani Millidge, 1955

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Clypeus different; pedipalp as fig.

Trichoncus saxicola (O. P.-Cambridge, 1861)

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Cymbial base with distinct bulge; tibial apophysis as fig.

Trichoncus affinis Kulczyński, 1894

female

- Different

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Tibial apophysis with 2 conspicuously long processes, appearing parallel (in lateral view)

Trichoncus vasconicus Denis, 1944

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- Different

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Tibia with two more, mostly pointed and small processes beside the long, bent process

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Tibia with large ± quadrangular process beside the long, bent process

Trichoncus auritus (L. Koch, 1869)

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Tibia with 2 small, pointed processes beside large, bent process

Trichoncus helveticus Denis, 1965

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Tibia with a small, pointed and a larger, rounded process beside large, bent process

Trichoncus sordidus Simon, 1884

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Lateral epigynal plates leaving open a narrow V-shaped slit medially

Trichoncus sordidus Simon, 1884

- Different

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Lateral epigynal plates medially protruding

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- Different

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Epigynal plate > twice as wide as long

Trichoncus affinis Kulczyński, 1894

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Median epigynal part ± quadrangular

Trichoncus saxicola (O. P.-Cambridge, 1861)

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Posterior epigynal margin strongly protruding

Trichoncus auritus (L. Koch, 1869)

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- Different

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Posterior epigynal margin semicircular; Epigynal plate < twice as long as wide; habitus and colour very similar to saxicola

Trichoncus hackmani Millidge, 1955

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- Different

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Epigynal area quadrangular to roundish; Epigynal width larger or equals two times epigynal length; median epigynal part ± pentagonal

Trichoncus vasconicus Denis, 1944

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Epigynal area as fig.; posterior epigynal margin ± straight

Trichoncus helveticus Denis, 1965

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Further taxa

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1. Trichoncus ambrosii Wunderlich, 2011

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2. Trichoncus aurantiipes Simon, 1884

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3. Trichoncus gibbulus Denis, 1944

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4. Trichoncus hirtus Denis, 1965

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5. Trichoncus hispidosus Tanasevitch, 1990

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6. Trichoncus lanatus Tanasevitch, 1987

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7. Trichoncus monticola Denis, 1965

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8. Trichoncus patrizii Caporiacco, 1953

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9. Trichoncus scrofa Simon, 1884

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10. Trichoncus similipes Denis, 1965

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11. Trichoncus trifidus Denis, 1965

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12. Trichoncus varipes Denis, 1965

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13. Trichoncus villius Tanasevitch & Piterkina, 2007

world14. Trichoncus pinguis Simon, 1926