Family: Titanoecidae Lehtinen, 1967 | key
Genus: Titanoeca Thorell, 1870 | key
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    Titanoeca spominima (Taczanowski, 1866)      [urn:lsid:nmbe.ch:spidersp:022640]
    Description

    Tibial apophysis with U-shaped process and short thorn. Epigyne with slanting copulatory openings, sometimes appearing triangular. Posterior margin of epigyne not grooved. Prosoma orange-brown. Sternum grey, darkened. Legs brown, grey darkened dorsally. Opisthosoma dark grey to black.

    Body length male: 2.9-4.6 mm, Body length female: 2.9-4.6 mm

    Additional information

    On sandy ground with scarce vegetation

    Distribution
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    Distribution comment: Albania: Vrenozi (pers. comm.); Hungary: Gallé & Fehér (2006); Ukraine: Singaevsky (pers. comm.; in prep.)

    Global distribution (World Spider Catalog 2017): Sweden, Central Europe

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    References

    Gallé R, Fehér B (2006) Edge effect on spider assemblages. Tiscia 35: 37-40.

    Kupryjanowicz J (1997b) Titanoeca psammophila Wunderlich, 1993 in Poland (Araneae: Titanoecidae) Bull Polish Acad Sci biol Sci 44: 57-60.

    Milasowszky N, Bauchhenss E, Freudenschuss M, Hepner M, Komposch C, Zulka K P (2015) Erstnachweise von Spinnen in Österreich (Araneae: Gnaphosidae, Linyphiidae, Lycosidae, Philodromidae, Theridiidae, Titanoecidae, Salticidae). Biodiversität und Naturschutz in Ostösterreich ‐ BCBEA 1/2: 296-303.

    Otto S (2015) Caucasian Spiders. A faunistic database on the spiders of the Caucasus. Version 1.4.3. Internet: caucasus-spiders.info.

    Ponomarev A V, Khnykin A S (2013) Spiders (Aranei) of Volgograd sity and its environs. The South of Russia: ecology, development 4: 109-136.

    Roberts M J (1995) Spiders of Britain and Northern Europe. Collins Field Guide Bath

    World Spider Catalog (2017) World Spider Catalog, version 18.0. Natural History Museum Bern, online at http://wsc.nmbe.ch, accessed on 23.01.2017