Theridiidae  Sundevall, 1833 / Enoplognatha  Pavesi, 1880   26 species

Enoplognatha mordax  (Thorell, 1875)

Description
Conductor distally with 2 rounded processes. Median apophysis of male palpal 3.5 times as long as wide. Epigyne distinctly wider than long. Posterior margin with process, forward-directed. Prosoma yellowish, with dark pattern on margin and around fovea. Sternum brown-black. Chelicerae yellowish. Legs yellowish-brown. Opisthosoma dorsally with large, grey folium that is flanked by black and white spots, laterally light grey. Female: ventrally with dark longitudinal stripe, white margined. Body length male: 4-6 mm
Body length female: 4-8.5 mm
Additional information
near ground on Sea coasts, sporadically in midland

Frequency: Very rarely found

Distribution
  Presence
  No data
Global distribution (WSC 2018): Europe, North Africa, Turkey, Caucasus, Russia to Tajikistan, China
Phenology
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References

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Bosmans R, Van Keer J (1999) The genus Enoplognatha Pavesi, 1880 in the Mediterranean region (Araneae: Theridiidae). Bull Br Arachnol Soc 11: 209-241

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Wiehle H (1937) Spinnentiere oder Arachnoidea, VIII. 26: Familie Theridiidae oder Haubennetzspinnen (Kugelspinnen). Tierwelt Deutschlands 33

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

Updates
01-12-2013 Distribution update Old value