LINYPHIID SPIDERS
OF THE WORLD


by


TANASEVITCH A.V.

updated weekly

FOUND IN 1999

Ceraticelus bulbosus by M. Saaristo 1995
 
 

Arthropoda / Arachnida / Araneae / Araneomorphae / Araneoidea

Family LINYPHIIDAE Blackwall, 1859

(money spiders / sheet-web weavers)


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Subfamilies included:

Dubiaraneinae Millidge, 1993
Erigoninae Emerton, 1882
Ipainae Saaristo, 2007
Linyphiinae Blackwall, 1859
Micronetinae Hull, 1920
Mynogleninae Lehtinen, 1967
Stemonyphantinae Wunderlich, 1986

 
   
 

A few notes:

This site is devoted one of the most numerous and difficult matters in the taxonomy of the spider family Linyphiidae. The systematic and chorological information advanced here is based on my personal database on the family.

Some species combinations may not match to that in the Internet Platnick Catalogue because some generic-level synonymies are not accepted by Norman Platnick (sometimes from formal reasons), but acknowledged by myself, e.g., Agyneta/Meioneta, Baryphyma/Minyrioloides, Collinsia/Halorates, etc.

The author will be glad to receive any comments. English improvement is also welcome.

If you find the information from my site useful, please do not forget to properly refer to it: Tanasevitch A.V. (20XX). Linyphiid spiders of the world. Online at http://www.andtan.newmail.ru/list/. (Accessed since 01.I.1999).


All information concerning the database

RECENT
LINYPHIIDAE
NUMBER OF TAXA
based on 07.IМ.14

Species & Subspecies

4460

Genera

592


A LIST OF LINYPHIID SPIDERS
OF THE WORLD

Last changed/
updated

A List of Species

species

07.IМ.14

A List of Genera

genera

04.I.14

Subfamilies

07.IМ.14


Distribution

regions

07.IМ.14



Russian Fauna & Areology

russian fauna

02.III.14



My Taxa (399)

my taxa

02.III.14



Current combinations for the former Lepthyphantes species

former Lepthyphantes
(402 species now)


31.XII.
10

Still Lepthyphantes 

still Lepthyphantes
(167 species left)

31.XII.10

Lepthyphantes sensu stricto
sensu_stricto
(5 species)
07.I.09



FOSSIL
LINYPHIIDAE

fossil linyphiids
(43 species)


15.X.07

 

Contact to author:
Dr Andrei V. Tanasevitch
Lab. of Synecology, Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Leninsky pr. 33, Moscow 119071, Russia
E-mail: tanasevitch©gmail.com
HomePage: www.andtan.newmail.ru

Address in Russian:
Лаб. Синэкологии, Ин-т проблем экологии и эволюции РАН, Ленинский пр-кт, 33, Москва 119071


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© 1999 Tanasevitch A.V.
Picture made by Michael Saaristo in 1995: Ceraticelus bulbosus (Emerton, 1882)
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