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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.Genus TEGENARIA, Walck. 9. TEGENARIA DoMESTICA. Tegenaria domestica. Walck. Aranéides de France (dans la Faune Française), p. 205. Koch, Die Arachn. b. viii. p. 25. tab. cclx. fig. 607, 608. Aranea domestica. Latr. Genera Crust. et Insect. t. i. p. 96. I have received specimens of Tegenaria domestica from the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, but I never have met with it in the north of England and Wales. Tegenaria civilis is very frequently mistaken for Tegenaria domestica Tarentula stygia Keyserling = Lycosa implacida Nicolet. Tegenaria brevis = Cicurina brevis Emerton. Tegenaria civilis Walckenœr =

Tegenaria.domestica Clerck. Tegenaria complicata Emerton = Cicurina arcuata Keyserling. Tegenaria derhami Thorell = Tegenaria domestica Clerck. Tegenaria medicinalis = Coras medicinalis Hentz. Tegenaria modesta Keyserling = Tegenaria domestica Clerck. Tegenaria philoteichous McCook = Dictyna civica Lucas. Teminius atiinis = Syrisca affinis Tarentula stygia Keyserling = Lyces» implaciila Nicolet. Tegenaria brevis = Cicurina brevis Emerton. Tegenana civilis Walckenœr = Tegenaria domestica Clerck. Tegenaria complicata Emerton = Cicurina arcuata Keyserling. Tegenaria derhami Thorell = Tegenaria domestica Clerck. Tegenaria medicinalis = Coras medicinalis Hentz. Tegenaria modesta Keyserling = Tegenaria domestica Clerck. Tegenaria

philoteichous.McCook = Dictyna civica Lucas. Teminius atlinis = Syrisca afhnis Tegenaria agrestis (Walckenaer, 1802) Text Fig. 72a Length: $: u14mm; cf: 78mm. Similar in general appearance to T. duellica. Epigyne and male palp characteristic. Tegenaria domestica (Clerck, 1757) Plate 92; Text Fig. 72b Length: 9: 910mm; cf: 69mm. The markings on carapace and abdomen are extremely variable. Sometimes they are more clearly denned than in the illustration; sometimes the whole spider is a uniform yellowbrown or grey. Epigyne and male palp are Genus TEGENARIA, Walck. 9. TeGENARIA DomesticA. Togenaria domestica. Walck. Aranéides de France (dans la Faune Française), p. 205. Koch, Die Arachn. b. viii. p. 25. tab. cclx. fig. 607, 608.

Aranea.domestica. Latr. Genera Crust. et Insect. t. i. p. 96. I have received specimens of Tegenaria domestica from the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, but I never have met with it in the north of England and Wales. Tegenaria civilis is very frequently mistaken for Tegenaria domestica, Tegenaria. silvestris. Common, regional ♂5–6mm ♀5–7mm [tr] Observation tips/habitat: Very similar colouring and markings to other members of the genus but a much smaller spider. Commonly found in woodlands in damp situations understones, fallen logs and tree bark. Rarely ventures into houses. Description: CARAPACE Similar pattern to Tegenaria gigantea. ABDoMENSimilar pattern to Tegenaria gigantea but the chevrons may be less distinct. LEGS

Pale.brown with distinct, CCLXVIII, f. 633) from Laibach (Krain), judging from Koch's figures, looks extremely like a young Teg. atrica, but is, according to CANESTRINI and PAVESI (Aran. Ital., p. 67), who have met with the male full grown, a distinct species of the genus Tegenaria. (Pag. 307.) 2. T. domestica [= Tegenaria domestica (CLERCK) 1757]. Syn.: 1757. ARANEUs DoMESTICUs Clerck, Sv. Spindl., p. 76, Pl. 2, tab. 9, fig. 1 (descr. ad part. et figura totius araneae). 1804. ARANEA FERRUGINEA PANz.57, Taf. CCLXVIII, f. 633) from Laibach (Krain), judging from Koch's figures, looks extremely like a young Teg. atrica, but is, according to Cakesteini and Pavesi (Aran. Ital., p. 67), who have met with the male full grown, a

distinct.species of the genus Tegenaria. (Pag. 307.) 2. T. domestica [= Tegenaria domestica (Clerck) 1757]. Syn.: 1757. Aeaneus DOMESTICUS Clerck, Sv. Spindl., p. 76, PL 2, tab. 9, fig. 1 (descr. ad part, et figura totius araneee). 1804. AkaNEA ferruginea Panz., Syst.