Family: Salticidae Blackwall, 1841 | key
Genus: Evarcha Simon, 1902 | key
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    Evarcha laetabunda (C. L. Koch, 1846)      [urn:lsid:nmbe.ch:spidersp:033409]
    Description male

    Male palp with strongly sclerotised part of embolus. Tibial apophysis bent laterally, short. Epigyne whose sclerotised part is reduced to a transverse bulge.

    Similar to E. michailovi but smaller, with a narrower and near the tip not rounded embolus as well as structure of the tibial apophysis.

    Body length male: 4.2-5.2 mm

    Description female

    Similar to E. michailovi but with less heavily sclerotized epigynal plate and different structure of the spermathecae.

    Body length female: 4.2-5.2 mm

    Additional information

    In warmer shrubbery and grass of forests

    Distribution
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    Distribution comment: Caucasus; Belgium deleted (Alderweireldt & Janssen 2017)

    Global distribution (World Spider Catalog 2017): Palearctic

    Phenology

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    References

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