Dictynomorpha

horto 24/02/2017

Dictynomorpha

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Subphylum:
Chelicerata

Class:
Arachnida

Order:
Araneae

Infraorder:
Araneomorphae

Family:
Dictynidae

Genus:
Dictynomorpha
Spassky[1]

Species

Dictynomorpha daemonis Marusik, Esyunin & Tuneva, 2015
Dictynomorpha strandi Spassky, 1939

Dictynomorpha is a genus of spiders in the Dictynidae family. It was first described in 1939 by Spassky. As of 2016[update] it contains 2 species.[1]
References[edit]

^ a b “Dictynidae”. World Spider Catalog. Natural History Museum Bern. Retrieved 2016-12-26. 

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Extant Araneae families

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Chelicerata
Class: Arachnida

 
Suborder Mesothelae

Liphistiidae (segmented spiders)

 
Suborder Opisthothelae

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Actinopodidae (mouse spiders and relatives)
Antrodiaetidae (folding trapdoor spiders)
Atypidae (atypical tarantulas or purseweb spiders)
Barychelidae (brushed trapdoor spiders)
Ctenizidae (cork-lid trapdoor spiders)
Cyrtaucheniidae (wafer trapdoor spiders)
Dipluridae (funnel-web tarantulas)
Euctenizidae
Hexathelidae (funnel-webs or venomous funnel-web tarantulas)
Idiopidae
Mecicobothriidae (dwarf tarantulas)
Microstigmatidae
Migidae (tree trapdoor spiders)
Nemesiidae (funnel-web tarantulas)
Paratropididae (bald-legged spiders)
Theraphosidae (true tarantulas)

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Austrochilidae
Gradungulidae (large-clawed spiders)
Hypochilidae (lampshade spiders)

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Caponiidae
Diguetidae (coneweb spiders)
Drymusidae (false violin spiders)
Dysderidae (woodlouse hunters)
Filistatidae (crevice weaver spiders)
Leptonetidae (leptonetid spiders)
Ochyroceratidae (midget ground weavers)
Oonopidae (goblin spiders)
Orsolobidae
Periegopidae
Pholcidae (cellar spiders)
Plectreuridae (plectreurid spiders)
Scytodidae (spitting spiders)
Segestriidae (tube-dwelling spiders)
Sicariidae (violin spiders, assassin spiders)
Telemidae (long-legged cave spiders)
Tetrablemmidae (armored spiders)
Trogloraptoridae (Trogloraptor marchingtoni)

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Agelenidae (araneomorph funnel weavers)
Amaurobiidae (tangled nest spiders)
Ammoxenidae (termite hunters)
Amphinectidae (including Neolanidae)
Anapidae
Anyphaenidae (anyphaenid sac spiders)
Araneidae (orb-weaver spiders)
Archaeidae (pelican spiders

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