Linyphiidae: Asthenargus Simon & Fage, 1922

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Pedipalp with slightly rounded tibial apophysis; male prosoma dorsally with long bristles

Asthenargus perforatus Schenkel, 1929

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- Pedipalp with slender and distinctly bent tibial apophysis

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Pedipalp with semicircularly bent tibial apophysis

Asthenargus helveticus Schenkel, 1936

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- Tibial apophysis more or less hook-shaped

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Pedipalp with hook-shaped tibial apophysis; prosoma without cephalic lobe but steeply ascending dorsal line in posterior third

Asthenargus paganus (Simon, 1884)

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Pedipalp, tibial apophysis as fig.

Asthenargus bracianus Miller, 1938

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Epigynal plate tapering toward posterior end

Asthenargus perforatus Schenkel, 1929

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- Epigynal plate rounded toward anterior end

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Epigynal plate reaching only little beyond epigastric furrow

Asthenargus helveticus Schenkel, 1936

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- Different

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Epigynal plate reaching distinctly beyond epigastric furrow; prosoma with steep ascending of dorsal line in posterior third

Asthenargus paganus (Simon, 1884)

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Epigyne/vulva as fig.

Asthenargus carpaticus Weiss, 1998

Further taxa

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1. Asthenargus caucasicus Tanasevitch, 1987

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2. Asthenargus longispinus (Simon, 1915)

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3. Asthenargus placidus (Simon, 1884)