Gnaphosidae  Pocock, 1898 / Leptopilos  Levy, 2009   6 species

Leptopilos hadjissaranti  (Chatzaki, 2002)

Description
Male

Very small, yellowish spiders, with general appearance similar to the other species of the genus. Palp: tibial apophysis single-lobed, ending in a pointed tip. Ventral apophysis of bulbus distinct, with adjacent transparent lamella, retrolateral apophysis large. Embolus long, covered by a membrane. Prosoma length: 0.7 mm, prosoma width: 0.5 mm.

Body length male: 2 mm
Female

Very small, yellowish spiders, with general appearance similar to the other species of the genus. Epigyne: anterior hood broad, cap-like, its basal half setose, distal half sclerotized, often interspersed with a mating plug. Pair of membranous fingers close to the epigastric furrow, originating from the lateral margins of the epigyne. Prosoma length: 1.1-1.3 mm, prosoma width: 0.7-0.8 mm.

Body length female: 2.7-3.3 mm
Distribution
  Presence
  No data
Global distribution (WSC 2020): Greece (Crete)
Figures
References

Chatzaki M, Thaler K, Mylonas M (2002a) Ground spiders (Gnaphosidae; Araneae) of Crete (Greece). Taxonomy and distribution. I. Rev suisse Zool 109: 559-601

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

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
13-06-2016 Datasheet update Old value