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Tenuiphantes is a genus of sheet weavers that was first described by Michael I. Saaristo & A. V. Tanasevitch in 1996.

Species

it contains forty-four species, found in Asia, Oceania, Africa, Europe, Argentina, Micronesia, New Zealand, and Chile:
  • Tenuiphantes aduncus (Zhu, Li & Sha, 1986) – China
  • Tenuiphantes aequalis (Tanasevitch, 1987) – Turkey, Russia, Armenia
  • Tenuiphantes alacris (Blackwall, 1853) – Europe
  • Tenuiphantes altimontanus Tanasevitch & Saaristo, 2006 – Nepal
  • Tenuiphantes ancatus (Li & Zhu, 1989) – China
  • Tenuiphantes ateripes (Tanasevitch, 1988) – Russia
  • Tenuiphantes canariensis (Wunderlich, 1987) – Canary Is.
  • Tenuiphantes cantabropyrenaeus Bosmans, 2016 – Spain, France
  • Tenuiphantes contortus (Tanasevitch, 1986) – Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia
  • Tenuiphantes cracens (Zorsch, 1937) – North America
  • Tenuiphantes crassus Tanasevitch & Saaristo, 2006 – Nepal
  • Tenuiphantes cristatus (Menge, 1866) – Europe, Turkey, Caucasus
  • Tenuiphantes drenskyi (van Helsdingen, 1977) – Bulgaria
  • Tenuiphantes flavipes (Blackwall, 1854) – Europe
  • Tenuiphantes floriana (van Helsdingen, 1977) – Romania, Macedonia, Greece
  • Tenuiphantes fogarasensis (Weiss, 1986) – Romania
  • Tenuiphantes fulvus (Wunderlich, 1987) – Canary Is.
  • Tenuiphantes herbicola (Simon, 1884) – Spain, France (incl. Corsica), Italy, Croatia, Albania, Greece, Algeria
  • Tenuiphantes jacksoni (Schenkel, 1925) – Switzerland, Balkans?, Turkey?
  • Tenuiphantes jacksonoides (van Helsdingen, 1977) – Switzerland, Germany, Austria
  • Tenuiphantes lagonaki Tanasevitch, Ponomarev & Chumachenko, 2016 – Russia (Caucasus)
  • Tenuiphantes leprosoides (Schmidt, 1975) – Canary Is.
  • Tenuiphantes mengei (KulczyÅ„ski, 1887) – Europe, Caucasus, Russia (Europe to Far East), Central Asia
  • Tenuiphantes miguelensis (Wunderlich, 1992) – Azores, Madeira
  • Tenuiphantes monachus (Simon, 1884) – Europe
  • Tenuiphantes morosus (Tanasevitch, 1987) – Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan
  • Tenuiphantes nigriventris (L. Koch, 1879) – Northern Europe, Russia, Kazakhstan, China, Japan
  • Tenuiphantes perseus (van Helsdingen, 1977) – Russia, Central Asia, Iran
  • Tenuiphantes plumipes (Tanasevitch, 1987) – Nepal
  • Tenuiphantes retezaticus (Ruzicka, 1985) – Romania
  • Tenuiphantes sabulosus (Keyserling, 1886) – North America
  • Tenuiphantes spiniger (Simon, 1929) – France
  • Tenuiphantes stramencola (Scharff, 1990) – Tanzania
  • Tenuiphantes striatiscapus (Wunderlich, 1987) – Canary Is.
  • Tenuiphantes suborientalis Tanasevitch, 2000 – Russia
  • Tenuiphantes teberdaensis Tanasevitch, 2010 – Russia (Caucasus), Georgia
  • Tenuiphantes tenebricola (Wider, 1834) – Europe, Turkey, Russia, China
  • Tenuiphantes tenebricoloides (Schenkel, 1938) – Canary Is., Madeira
  • Tenuiphantes tenuis (Blackwall, 1852) (type) – Europe, Macaronesia, Northern Africa, Turkey, Caucasus, Central Asia. Introduced to USA, Chile, Argentina, New Zealand
  • Tenuiphantes wunderlichi (Saaristo & Tanasevitch, 1996) – Turkey
  • Tenuiphantes zebra (Emerton, 1882) – North America
  • Tenuiphantes zelatus (Zorsch, 1937) – Canada, USA
  • Tenuiphantes zibus (Zorsch, 1937) – Canada, USA
  • Tenuiphantes zimmermanni (Bertkau, 1890) – Europe, Russia

See also

  • List of Linyphiidae species (Q–Z)

  • Category:Araneomorphae genera
    Category:Linyphiidae
    Category:Spiders of Africa
    Category:Spiders of Asia
    Category:Spiders of North America
     
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