Linyphiidae: Ceratinella Emerton, 1882

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Supporting lamella of pedipalp with 2 more strongly sclerotised lobes on its posterior end

Ceratinella scabrosa (O. P.-Cambridge, 1871)

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- Different

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Supporting lamella of pedipalp distinctly bent at distal end

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- Different

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Pedipalp as fig.

Ceratinella wideri (Thorell, 1871)

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Tibial apophysis with robust tooth

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Tibial apophysis rounded, without distinctly stepped tooth; pedipalp as fig.

Ceratinella brevipes (Westring, 1851)

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Body length 1.8 mm; pedipalp as fig.

Ceratinella brevis (Wider, 1834)

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Body length 2.0-2.3 mm; pedipalp as fig.

Ceratinella major Kulczyński, 1894

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Opisthosoma dorsally without scutum; epigyne as fig.

Ceratinella brevipes (Westring, 1851)

male

- Opisthosoma with scutum

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Epigynal plate posteriorly distinctly bordered by sclerotised protrusion

Ceratinella major Kulczyński, 1894

male

- Different

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Epigynal plate strongly sclerotised

Ceratinella wideri (Thorell, 1871)

female

male

- Epigynal plate less strongly sclerotised

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Strongly sclerotised part longish oval in epigastric furrow region

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Strongly sclerotised part more quadrangular in epigastric furrow region

Ceratinella brevis (Wider, 1834)

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Epigyne as fig.

Ceratinella scabrosa (O. P.-Cambridge, 1871)

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Epigyne as fig.

Ceratinella wideri (Thorell, 1871)

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Further taxa

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1. Ceratinella apollonii Caporiacco, 1938