Salticidae  Blackwall, 1841 / Marpissa  C. L. Koch, 1846   7 species

Marpissa nivoyi  (Lucas, 1846)

Description

Tibial apophysis long. Embolus appearing conical in lateral view. Epigynal groove longer than 1/2 of epigyne length. Prosoma brown, with 2 rows of whitish small hairs, reddish brown in between. Legs I dark brown, II-IV light brown, slightly darkly annulated. Opisthosoma brown-black, with fine, dashed, black lateral line, sometimes with broken black median line, between these lines grey to light brown.

Body length male: 3.6-4.6 mm
Body length female: 4.7-6.3 mm
Additional information

On sandy coast areas of Atlantic and North Sea, in Great Britain in swampy areas, in steppe areas

Distribution
  Presence
  No data
Global distribution (WSC 2018): Europe, Turkey, Caucasus, Iran, Russia (Europe) to Central Asia
Phenology
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References

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Updates
03-05-2018 Image insert
21-10-2015 Distribution update Old value