Gnaphosidae  Pocock, 1898 / Drassodes  Westring, 1851   43 species

Drassodes lacertosus  (O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1872)

Description
Male

Chelicerae with one large tooth flanked by two small ones on promargin, and large distal boss with two proximal denticles on retromargin. Palp: femur widened proximally, much wider than patella. Small tibial apophysis cone-like. Filamentous part of embolus issues at upper part of tegulum.

Prosoma length: 2.7-5.5 mm, prosoma width: 1.8-3.9 mm.

Body length male: 4.6-5.2 mm
Female

Chelicerae on promargin with large median tooth flanked by two small ones, and retromargin usually with two small denticles. Epigyne: nearly circular margins of broad median septum converge anteriorly into narrow neck-like portion. Spermathecae with round parts covered by small protuberances.

Prosoma length: 4.6-5.2 mm, prosoma width: 3.2-3.5 mm.

Body length female: 9.7-12.9 mm
Distribution
  Presence
  No data
Global distribution (WSC 2019): Greece, Turkey, Israel, Syria
Phenology
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References

Bosmans R, Van Keer J, Russell-Smith A, Hadjiconstantis M, Komnenov M, Bosselaers J, Huber S, McCowan D, Snazell R, Decae A, Zoumides C, Kielhorn K-H, Oger P (2019c) Spiders of Cyprus (Araneae). A catalogue of all currently known species from Cyprus. Newsletter of the Belgian Arachnological Society 34, Suppl. 1: 1-173 pdf

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

Levy G (2004) Spiders of the genera Drassodes and Haplodrassus (Araneae, Gnaphosidae) from Israel. Israel Journal of Zoology 50: 1-37 pdf

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

Ponomarev A V, Tsvetkov A (2006) New and rare spiders of family Gnaphosidae (Aranei) from a southeast of Europe. Caucasian entomol Bull 2: 5-13

Seyyar O, Ayyildiz N, Topcu A (2008a) Updated checklist of ground spiders (Araneae: Gnaphosidae) of Turkey, with zoogeographical and faunistic remarks. Entomol News 119: 509-520

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
09-08-2016 Datasheet update Old value
24-09-2015 Distribution update Old value
16-10-2013 Distribution update Old value