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Agyneta conigera

Definition of the noun Agyneta conigera

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Agyneta conigera is a species of Agyneta, described by O. Pickard-Cambridge in 1863.

Agyneta conigera is a subgenus of Agyneta, described by O.P.-Cambridge in 1863.


Agyneta conigera is a species of sheet weaver found in the Palearctic and Congo. It was described by O.P.-Cambridge in 1863.

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Agyneta conigera

Agyneta conigera

Female Linyphiid, probably Agyneta conigera.

Approx 2.0mm long. Tibiae with 2 dorsal spines on all legs. Trichobothria on metatarsus present on 4th leg and positioned c.70% along length on 1st leg. Palps with tarsi not swollen.

Bricket Wood Common, Hertfordshire, England, 16th March 2011.

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