Lycosidae: Trochosa C. L. Koch, 1847

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Male pedipalp with claw on cymbial tip

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- Male pedipalp without claw on cymbial tip

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Male tarsus I rather thick, short and densely haired, black as metatarsus; male pedipalp and epigyne as figs.

Trochosa robusta (Simon, 1876)

- Male tarsus I long and thin

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Tarsi and metatarsi with very short hairs; tibiae never with white hairs or spots of hairs; femora in both sexes weakly annulated; tip of embolus bent; male chelicerae mostly with humps on upper side; epigyne with chitinised arcs, separated at anterior epigynal margin

Trochosa ruricola (De Geer, 1778)

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Tarsi and metatarsi with thin, long, unequal hairs; tibiae mostly with white hairs or spots of hairs; femora in both sexes distinctly annulated; tip of embolus rolled-up; male chelicerae with humps; chitinised arcs at anterior epigynal margin touching each other

Trochosa hispanica Simon, 1870

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Tibia of male pedipalp ventrally with 6-15 robust spines

Trochosa spinipalpis (F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1895)

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Tibia of male pedipalp without robust spines; male chelicerae without humps; tip of embolus circularly rolled-up; epigyne as fig.

Trochosa terricola Thorell, 1856

Further taxa

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1. Trochosa cachetiensis Mcheidze, 1997

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2. Trochosa hirtipes Ponomarev, 2009

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3. Trochosa hungarica Herman, 1879

world4. Trochosa ochracea (L. Koch, 1856)