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Acanthogonatus chilechico

Chilechico mygalomorph spiders Acanthogonatus is from Chile, his name deriving from its type locality: Chile Chico, Valdivia, region x, Chile. This species is closest to A. notatus, but is less developed embolar flange and the presence of the bas ...

                                               

Acanthogonatus confusus

Acanthogonatus confusus is mygalomorph spiders from Argentina and Chile, its name referring to the confusion between this species and A. subcalpeianus. Males can be identified by their long palpi, together with the lack of tibial apophysis hooks, ...

                                               

Acanthogonatus hualpen

Acanthogonatus Hualpen is mygalomorph spiders from Chile, named after its type locality: Hualpen, Concepcion, Bio-Bio. Males can be distinguished from A. nahuelbuta and A. patagallina on the bottle tops, and the palpal tibia broad in basal two-th ...

                                               

Acanthogonatus huaquen

Huaquen mygalomorph spiders Acanthogonatus is from Chile, his name referring to his item Type: Huaquen, Chile. Men can learn from the other two clawed Acanthogonatus to buy the bulb with the lateral keel, concave separating area, the females with ...

                                               

Acanthogonatus juncal

Will require Acanthogonatus this mygalomorph spiders from Argentina and Chile, named for its item Type: would require the Los. Andes. A. will require the least two clawed Acanthogonatus is the most similar species: A. huaquen and A. quilocura, ha ...

                                               

Acanthogonatus mulchen

Acanthogonatus mulchen is mygalomorph spiders from Chile, named for its item Type: Alto Caledonia, East Mulchen, region VIII. He recognized a long, narrow sternum. It differs from A. tolhuaca in the spermathecae having a less pronounced notch and ...

                                               

Acanthogonatus nahuelbuta

Acanthogonatus Nahuelbuta is mygalomorph spiders from Chile, named for its item Type: Piedra del Aguila, national Park Nahuel-buta, Malleco. Males differ from A. patagallina, with basal part bulb less rounded and the basal loop bulbal duct less s ...

                                               

Acanthogonatus parana

Acanthogonatus paraná is mygalomorph spiders from Argentina, her name, referring to its item Type: paraná, entre Rios. Females are most similar to A. Centrale, but are more narrow bottom of the spermathecae.

                                               

Acanthogonatus patagallina

Patagallina Acanthogonatus is mygalomorph spiders from Chile, named for its item Type: PATA de Gallina, Arauco, region VIII. This species is closest to A. nahuelbuta, but differs in that the basal part of male bulbal duct more sinuous and the bas ...

                                               

Acanthogonatus peniasco

Acanthogonatus peniasco is mygalomorph spiders from Chile, his name deriving from its type locality: El Peñasco, Linares, VII region, Chile. Females differ from those of the Franks and A. A. Recinto in shorter, wider, and more sclerotizing sperma ...

                                               

Acanthogonatus quilocura

Quilocura mygalomorph spiders Acanthogonatus is from Chile, his name, referring to the seemingly endless number of species within this genus. Men are similar to those of A. tacuariensis, which differ curved Tarsus I, female spermathecae character ...

                                               

Acanthogonatus recinto

The Acanthogonatus Recinto is a mygalomorph spiders from Chile, his name deriving from its type locality: the Recinto, Nuble, region VIII, Chile. Females differ from those of A. Franks in the spermathecae, having more rounded and differentiated i ...

                                               

Acanthogonatus tolhuaca

With mygalomorph spiders Acanthogonatus is from Chile, named for its item Type: Tolhuaca, Malleco, region IX. This species is distinguished from A. mulchen on his broad breast, smaller size, and the spermathecae had a more pronounced notch, A. bu ...

                                               

Acanthogonatus vilches

Acanthogonatus vilches is mygalomorph spiders from Chile, named for its item Type: Gilles de Vilches, Talca, region VII. Females differ from other species in the group nahuelbuta their less modified spermathecae.

                                               

Acartauchenius sardiniensis

                                               

Afribactrus

Afribactrus is monotypic African dwarf spiders containing a single species, Afribactrus stylifrons. It was first described by J. Wunderlich. and B. Nicolai in 1995, and was found in South Africa.

                                               

Agyneta dactylis

                                               

Agyneta decurvis

                                               

Agyneta falcata

                                               

Agyneta palustris

                                               

Agyneta unicornis

                                               

Althepus dekkingae

                                               

Althepus indistinctus

                                               

Althepus javanensis

                                               

Althepus minimus

                                               

Amaurobius cretaensis

                                               

Amaurobius deelemanae

                                               

Amaurobius longipes

                                               

Andethele

Andethele is a genus of South American curtain web spiders, which was first described by A. F. Coyle in 1995. As of may 2019 it contains three species, all found in Peru: A. huanca, and A. lucma, Tarma, and A.

                                               

Angka hexops

Angka is a monotypic genus of South-East Asia, wafer trapdoor spiders, containing a single species, Angka hexops. It was first described by Robert Raven and Peter George. Walking in 1995, and was only discovered in Thailand.

                                               

Aphonopelma chamberlini

Aphonopelma Chamberlini, also known as Paso Robles rusty red tarantula, is considered by some sources as the tarantula is endemic to California, and sometimes as a synonym of Aphonopelma iodius. Described in 1995, it is known from the vicinity of ...

                                               

Bordea

Bordea is a genus of dwarf European spiders, which was first described by R. Bosmans in 1995. As of may 2019 contains only three species: B. berlandi, B. cavicola, and V. Negrei.

                                               

Brommella hellenensis

                                               

Chaco patagonica

Chaco Patagonica is a species of mygalomorph spiders from Argentina, named after its type locality in Patagonia in Chubut province, Argentina. Species can be distinguished from C. features / benefits tecka, not having a pattern, the cephalothorax ...

                                               

Chaco sanjuanina

Chaco sanjuanina is a type of mygalomorph spiders from Argentina, named after its type locality: San agustín, Valle Fertil, San Juan province, Argentina. Males can be distinguished from those who cogenerates a more conical flask, females differ f ...

                                               

Chaco socos

CSU Chaco is one of the species of mygalomorph spiders from Chile, named after its type locality: CSU, Limari, IV region. This species differs from C. Tigris it spermathecae with more adhesive and less globular fundus, and by building slanted doo ...

                                               

Chaco tecka

Chaco features / benefits tecka is one of the species of mygalomorph spiders from Argentina, named after its type locality: the Rio features / benefits tecka, Chubut province, Argentina. Females can be distinguished from other types of Chaco stro ...

                                               

Chaco tigre

Chaco Tigre is a species of mygalomorph spiders from Chile, named after its type locality: Quebrada El Tigre, Petorca, region V. This species differs from C. C. S. U., he spermathecae with shorter duct and a more globular fundus, and by creating ...

                                               

Chaco tucumana

Chaco Tucumana is a species of mygalomorph spiders from Argentina named in his honour item Type: Tucuman. This species is distinguished from C. obscura in short male embolus and the shorter female spermathecal ducts. From other species of the gen ...

                                               

Chiangmaia

Chiangmaia is a genus of South-East Asia, dwarf spiders, which were first described by Alfred Frank Millidge in 1995. As of may 2019 it contains only two species, both found in Thailand: S. C. rufula and sawetamali.

                                               

Chilelopsis calderoni

Chilelopsis calderoni is a species of mygalomorph spiders from Chile, named in honor of Dr. Raul Calderon. Males differ from C. puertoviejo more tortuous distal part of bulbal duct, females differ in the spermathecae, with a special eye bottom an ...

                                               

Chilelopsis puertoviejo

Chilelopsis puertoviejo is a type of mygalomorph spiders from Chile, named for its item Type: Puerto Viejo, Copiapo, region III. The species is closest to C. calderoni, but characterized in that the distal part of the male bulbal duct less sinuou ...

                                               

Chilelopsis serena

Chilelopsis Serena is a species of mygalomorph spiders from Chile, named after its type locality: La Serena, Elqui, region IV. Males differ from those of S. calderoni and S. puertoviejo in the absence of a patch of setae on apical tibiae, as well ...

                                               

Chrosiothes jenningsi

                                               

Cornicephalus

Cornicephalus is monotypic East Asian dwarf spiders containing a single species, Cornicephalus jilinensis. It was first described by Michael I. Saaristo & J. Wunderlich in 1995, and was discovered only in China.

                                               

Cyphonetria

Cyphonetria is a monotypic genus of South-East Asia, dwarf spiders, containing a single species, Cyphonetria thaia. It was first described by Alfred Frank Millidge in 1995, and was only discovered in Thailand.

                                               

Dippenaaria

Dippenaaria-the African genus araneomorph spiders of the family Anapidae containing a single species, Dippenaaria luxurians. It was first described by John. Wunderlich in 1995, and was found in South Africa.

                                               

Epigytholus

Epigytholus is monotypic Asian dwarf spiders, containing one species, Epigytholus kaszabi. It was first described by A. V. Tanasevitch in 1996, and has only been found in Mongolia and Russia.

                                               

Erigophantes

Erigophantes is monotypic Indonesian dwarf spiders, containing one species, Erigophantes borneoensis. It was first described by John. Wunderlich in 1995, and was discovered only in Borneo.

                                               

Flamencopsis minima

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