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Leptonetidae

Leptonetidae is a family of relatively primitive haplogyne (lacking hardened external female genitalia) spiders, which includes 15 genera and nearly 200 species. The family is poorly known to anybody but specialists. Leptonetids are generally tiny, have six eyes arranged in a semicircle of four in front and two behind. Many live in caves or in leaf litter. They are found around the Mediterranean, and in Eurasia, Japan and the New World[clarification needed].

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Genera

NameDiscovererYearKnown Range
AppaleptonetaPlatnick1986USA
ArcholeptonetaGertsch1974USA, Mexico, Panama
BarusiaKratochvíl1978Croatia, Greece, Montenegro
CalileptonetaPlatnick1986USA
CataleptonetaDenis1955Crete, Lebanon, Turkey
FalcileptonetaKomatsu1970Japan
LeptonetaSimon1872Central Asia, USA, Southern Europe
LeptonetelaKratochvíl1978Azerbaijan, Georgia, Greece, Turkey
MasiranaKishida1942Japan
NeoleptonetaBrignoli1972USA, Mexico
ParaleptonetaFage1913Algeria, Italy, Tunisia
ProtoleptonetaDeltshev1972Europe
RhyssoleptonetaTong & Li2007China
SulciaKratochvíl1938Balkans, Greece
TeloleptonetaRibera1988Portugal

See also

References

  • Gertsch, W.J. (1978). The spider family Leptonetidae in North America. Journal of Arachnology 1:145-203. PDF
  • Platnick, N.I. (1986). On the tibial and patellar glands, relationships, and American genera of the spider family Leptonetidae (Arachnida, Araneae). American Museum novitates 2855. PDF
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