Agelenidae  C. L. Koch, 1837 / Tegenaria  Latreille, 1804   92 species

Tegenaria pagana  C. L. Koch, 1840

Description

Dorsal tibial apophysis smaller than lateral tibial apophysis. Epigyne with lateral parts, not overtopping median part. Prosoma yellow-brown, with broad, darker margin and dark lines. Sternum brown, with broad, bright median part and bright spots. Legs yellowish, with brown spots. Opisthosoma light grey with darker chevrons.

Body length male: 6-9 mm
Body length female: 7.5-11.5 mm
Additional information

In very warm localities under stones and in buildings, in Central Europe only sporadically

Troglophile species (Mammola et al. 2018)

Distribution
  Presence
  No data
Global distribution (WSC 2020): Europe to Central Asia. Introduced to USA, Mexico, Brazil, Chile
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Distribution List
Algeria   ( no references ) ||| Azerbaijan   ( no references ) ||| Belgium   ( no references ) ||| Bulgaria   ( no references ) ||| Croatia   ( no references ) ||| Cyprus   ( no references ) ||| Egypt   ( no references ) ||| France   ( no references ) ||| France / Corsica   ( no references ) ||| Georgia   ( no references ) ||| Greece   ( no references ) ||| Greece / Crete   ( no references ) ||| Ireland   ( no references ) ||| Italy   ( no references ) ||| Italy / Sardinia   ( no references ) ||| Italy / Sicily   ( no references ) ||| Libya   ( no references ) ||| Liechtenstein   ( no references ) ||| Malta   ( no references ) ||| Morocco   ( no references ) ||| Netherlands   ( no references ) ||| North Macedonia   ( no references ) ||| Portugal   ( no references ) ||| Romania   ( no references ) ||| Russia, Southern   ( no references ) ||| Serbia   ( no references ) ||| Slovenia   ( no references ) ||| Spain   ( no references ) ||| Spain / Balearic Islands   ( no references ) ||| Switzerland   ( no references ) ||| Tunisia   ( no references ) ||| Turkey (Asia)   ( no references ) ||| Turkey (Europe)   ( no references ) ||| Ukraine   ( no references ) |||
References

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