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Harpactea rubicunda  (C. L. Koch, 1838)
≤ 1900   1901-1979   1980-2005   2006 ≤
Description: Similar in appearance to Dysdera species but has much less prominent chelicerea. The number of spines on femur IV (8-10) is also higher than found within Dysdera (1-3). These spines are just visible on the picture below. Size: Female 8-12 mm; male 7-8 mm.

Genus: Harpactea Bristowe, 1939. Characters of genus: The nocturnal species of this genus is characterised by small chelicerea as opposed to .

Family: Dysderidae C. L. Koch, 1837 (Woodlouse Spiders). Characters of family: Six-eyed spiders with the eyes arranged in an oval ring. They are haplogyne without epigynes and the male palpal organs are relatively simple. The legs are stout, without much hair and usually with few or none spines.
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Female abdomen
Female
Female, characteristic dorsal spines on femur IV
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Female mouthparts
Female, venter
Female, eyes
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