Salticidae  Blackwall, 1841 / Bianor  Peckham & Peckham, 1886   1 species

Bianor albobimaculatus  (Lucas, 1846)


Prosoma dorsally dark brown, glossy, grained, laterally with white hairs. Opisthosoma dorsally black-brown, with ochraceous hairs, anteriorly with median and lateral white spot, two lateral, small white spots in posterior third.

Body length male: 3.55-4.7 mm

Colouration as in males. Clypeus with dense white hairs. Opisthosoma dorsally with white-black hairs, anterior light equatorial band, medially with two pairs of dark-bordered light spots. Epigyneal depression laterally strongly sclerotized.

Body length female: 3.6-5.8 mm
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Global distribution (WSC 2019): Africa, Mediterranean to Russia (Europe), Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Central Asia, Pakistan, India

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