Tetragnathidae  Menge, 1866 / Tetragnatha  Latreille, 1804   17 species

Tetragnatha reimoseri  (Rosca, 1939)

Description

Body and legs uniformly light yellow. Cheliceral teeth and gnathocoxae light brown. Opisthosoma elongated tail-like, reaching beyond spinnerets.

Body length male: 9 mm
Body length female: 10-12 mm
Additional information

rare species and difficult to find. In the daytime the spider hides in stretched position underneath grass-like leaves near water, mostly over water surface

Distribution
  Presence
  No data
Global distribution (WSC 2018): Central, Eastern Europe
Phenology
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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)

Fedoriak M, Voloshyn V, Moscaliuc L A (2016) Scientific heritage of Alexandru Roşca: publications, spider collection, described species. Arachnologische Mitteilungen 51: 85-91

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

Pantini P, Isaia M (2017) Checklist of the Italian spiders (version May 2017). online at http://www.museoscienzebergamo.it/web/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=96&Itemid=94 pdf

Roberts M J (1998) Spinnengids. Tirion Natuur Baarn, Netherlands

Wiehle H (1963a) Spinnentiere oder Arachnoidea, XII. Tetragnathidae-Streckspinnen und Dickkiefer. Tierwelt Deutschlands 49

World Spider Catalog (2018) World Spider Catalog, version 19.5. Natural History Museum Bern, online at http://wsc.nmbe.ch (15.07.2018) doi: 10.24436/2

Wunderlich J (2011a) Extant and fossil spiders (Araneae). Heutige und fossile Spinnen. Beitr Araneol 6: 1-640

Updates
13-10-2017 Distribution update Old value
18-01-2017 Image insert
09-12-2016 Image insert
25-05-2016 Image insert
15-04-2013 Distribution update Old value