Thomisidae  Sundevall, 1833 / Ozyptila  Simon, 1864   43 species

Ozyptila rauda  Simon, 1875

Description

Bottom of epigynal groove with transverse folds.

Body length male: 3.5 mm
Body length female: 3.4-3.7 mm

Frequency: Rarely found

Distribution
  Presence
  No data
Global distribution (WSC 2019): Europe, Turkey, Caucasus, Russia (Europe to South Siberia, Kamchatka), Kazakhstan
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References

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