Linyphiidae: Donacochara Simon, 1884

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Tibia of male pedipalp twice as long as cymbium, with small, bipartite apophysis; paracymbium small, hook-shaped; epigyne with trapezoid median plate; strikingly bright species with black opisthosomal pattern; Cheliceral furrow margin with five very robust teeth; tibia IV dorsally with two bristles

(Additional remark: Strikingly similar to Tmeticus affinis, compare body length, cheliceral teeth and bristles on tibia IV)

Donacochara speciosa (Thorell, 1875)