Family Zoropsidae Bertkau, 1882

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Large species (males 7-13 mm, females 9-19 mm), male pedipalpus with conductor, embolar lamella and membranous tegular process present, median apophysis with unsclerotized base, epigyne scape U to V shaped, several species in the southern part of Europe



Medium sized species (males 6 mm, females 8 mm), male pedipalpus without conductor, absence of an embolar lamella or a membranous tegular process, presence of a fully sclerotised median apophysis with a simple tip, epigyne with a short mushroom-shaped scape, one species, endemic to Cyprus