Miturgidae: Zora C. L. Koch, 1847

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Metatarsus I and II ventrally with 2 pairs of bristles

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- Metatarsus I and II ventrally with 3 pairs of bristles

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Dark median longitudinal bands of prosoma distinctly broader than the lateral nearby light longitudinal bands; dark marginal band very broad; tibia of male pedipalp as fig.; epigyne with very small groove

Zora manicata Simon, 1878

- Dark median longitudinal bands of prosoma ± as broad as the nearby lateral light longitudinal bands; dark marginal band narrow

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Dark marginal band of prosoma distinct and continuous; femur I and II dorsally and /or laterally with mostly distinct dark grey longitudinal stripes or rows of spots; tibia of male pedipalp as fig.; epigyne with moderately large groove

Zora silvestris Kulczyński, 1897

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Dark marginal band of prosoma very narrow and interrupted; femur I and II without or with very indistinct spots; epigyne with very large groove

Zora alpina Kulczyński, 1915

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Femur yellow-brown, with numerous dark grey spots; dark marginal band of prosoma mostly doubled, the inner one interrupted; epigyne with small groove

Zora pardalis Simon, 1878

- Femur mostly uniformly yellow, without distinct darker spots, sometimes with dark brown longitudinal stripes; only one dark marginal band or lacking

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Opisthosoma dorsally with 3 distinctly dark, continuous longitudinal band on light background; male pedipalp with tibial apophysis as fig.; epigyne with small groove

Zora parallela Simon, 1878

- Opisthosoma dorsally yellow-brown, mostly with dark spots; if median longitudinal band is present, then longitudinally brightened

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Opisthosoma ventrally and laterally middle to dark brown, in distinct contrast to much lighter dorsal side; prosoma without dark marginal band (pigment spots of coxal margins visible through prosoma can pretend a discontinuous band, clearly separated from margin); tibial apophysis as fig.; epigyne with small groove and strongly pigmented

Zora distincta Kulczyński, 1915

- Opisthosoma dorsally not lighter than ventrally; prosoma with distinct dark marginal band

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Femur III dorsally with 5 bristles; patella of male pedipalp distinctly broadened; epigynal groove distinctly larger than receptaculum seminis; dark median longitudinal bands of prosoma distinctly broader than nearby light lateral longitudinal bands; basic colour of opisthosoma light to middle brown, dark spots mostly indistinct

Zora nemoralis (Blackwall, 1861)

- Femur III dorsally with 7-9 bristles; patella of male pedipalp not broadened; epigynal groove not considerably larger than receptaculum seminis; dark median longitudinal bands of prosoma mostly narrower than nearby light lateral bands; dark marginal band narrower than the nearby light longitudinal bands; basic colour of opisthosoma bright, with distinct dark brown spots

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Femur I and II with dark brown longitudinal stripes; male coxa IV densely covered with short, thick hairs; retinaculum as fig.; epigyne with small groove and larger receptacula seminis

Zora spinimana (Sundevall, 1833)

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Femur I and II yellow-brown; male coxa IV scarcely covered with long, thin hairs; retinaculum as fig.; epigyne with large groove and small receptacula seminis

Zora armillata Simon, 1878

Further taxa

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1. Zora osetica Ponomarev, 2021

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2. Zora palmgreni Holm, 1945

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3. Zora prespaensis Drensky, 1929