Dysderidae  C. L. Koch, 1837 / Dasumia  Thorell, 1875   12 species

Dasumia amoena  (Kulczyński, 1897)

Description
Male

Bulb: embolus 4 times as long as wide. Prosoma 2.6 mm long. Colouration as in female.

Female

Prosoma brownish, 3 mm long. Legs pale yellowish, anteriors darker, femur I and II with 2 or 3 spines, femur III with 3 to 5 spines, femur IV with 5 to 8 spines, tibia III and IV with spines, patella III with one apical spine, tarsus with 3 claws, posterior tarsal claws similar to anteriors. Opisthosoma pale yellowish grey.

Distribution
  Presence
  No data
Distribution comment: Greece: deleted, misidentified D. navitatis per Bosmans & Chatzaki (2005: p. 25)
Global distribution (WSC 2019): Eastern Europe, Russia (Caucasus)
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References

Blagoev G, Deltshev C, Lazarov S, Naumova M (2018) The spiders (Araneae) of Bulgaria. Version: August 2018. National Museum of Natural History, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Online at http://www.nmnhs.com/spiders-bulgaria/ (accessed on 10.9.2018)

Bosmans R, Chatzaki M (2005) A catalogue of the spiders of Greece – a critical review of all spider species cited from Greece with their localities. Nieuwsbrief van de Belgische arachnologische Vereniging 20 (2, suppl.): 1-124 pdf

Helsdingen P J van (2010a) Araneae. In: Fauna Europaea Database (Version 2010.1), online at www.european-arachnology.org

Kulczyński W (1915) Fragmenta arachnologica, XVIII. Bull Acad Cracovie 1915: 897-942

Le Peru B (2011) The spiders of Europe, a synthesis of data: Volume 1 Atypidae to Theridiidae. Mémoires de la Société Linnéenne de Lyon 2: 1-522 pdf

Otto S (2019) Caucasian spiders. A faunistic database on the spiders of the Caucasus Ecoregion. Database version 10.2019. Internet: caucasus-spiders.info.

World Spider Catalog (2019) World Spider Catalog, version 20.5. Natural History Museum Bern, online at http://wsc.nmbe.ch (20.09.2019) doi: 10.24436/2

Updates
07-09-2018 Distribution update Old value
03-06-2014 Image insert