Platycryptus undatus (♂,♀) (DE GEER, 1778)

© DE GEER, C. (1778)

Mémoires pour servir à l´histoire des insectes. 7 (3-4): 176-324

Fig.: D-6091
Aranea undata

© SIMON, E. (1901)

Histoire naturelle des Araignees. Deuxieme edition. Paris (Roret) 2 (3): 381-668

Fig.: D-21281
Marpissa undata

© BARNES, R. D. (1958)

North American jumping spiders of the subfamily Marpissinae (Araneae, Salticidae). Amer. Mus. Novit., New York 1867: 1-50

Fig.: D-34902
Metacyrba undata - ♂ - dorsal abdominal pattern

© KASTON, B. J. (1978)

How to know the spiders. Third Edition. Brown Comp. Publ. Iowa 272 pp.

Fig.: D-35460
Metacyrba undata - abdomen

© BARNES, R. D. (1958)

North American jumping spiders of the subfamily Marpissinae (Araneae, Salticidae). Amer. Mus. Novit., New York 1867: 1-50

Fig.: D-34888
Metacyrba undata - ♂ - left palpus ventral view

© BARNES, R. D. (1958)

North American jumping spiders of the subfamily Marpissinae (Araneae, Salticidae). Amer. Mus. Novit., New York 1867: 1-50

Fig.: D-34889
Metacyrba undata - ♂ - left palpus lateral view

© BARNES, R. D. (1958)

North American jumping spiders of the subfamily Marpissinae (Araneae, Salticidae). Amer. Mus. Novit., New York 1867: 1-50

Fig.: D-34900
Metacyrba undata - ♂ - expanded palpus

© BARNES, R. D. (1958)

North American jumping spiders of the subfamily Marpissinae (Araneae, Salticidae). Amer. Mus. Novit., New York 1867: 1-50

Fig.: D-34898
Metacyrba undata - ♀ - epigynum

© BARNES, R. D. (1958)

North American jumping spiders of the subfamily Marpissinae (Araneae, Salticidae). Amer. Mus. Novit., New York 1867: 1-50

Fig.: D-34899
Metacyrba undata - ♀ - genitalia dorsal view

© HENTZ, N. M. (1846)

Descriptions and figures of the Araneides of the United States. J. Nat. Hist., Boston 5: 352-370

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-5986

Attus rupicola - ♀

© BANKS, N. (1892)

The spider fauna of the Upper Cayuga Lake Basin. Proc. Acad. nat. Sci. Philad. 1892 11-81

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-5499

Marptusa rupicola - ♂

© BANKS, N. (1892)

The spider fauna of the Upper Cayuga Lake Basin. Proc. Acad. nat. Sci. Philad. 1892 11-81

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-5500

Marptusa rupicola - ♀

© BRYANT, E. B. (1945)

Some new or little known southern spiders. Psyche 43: 178-192

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-30789

Marptusa rupicola - ♀

© PICKARD - CAMBRIDGE, F. O. (1901-1902)

Arachnida: Araneida and Opiliones. Biologia Centrali - Americana, Zoologia 2: 193-424

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-4192

Marpissa familiaris - ♀

© HENTZ, N. M. (1846)

Descriptions and figures of the Araneides of the United States. J. Nat. Hist., Boston 5: 352-370

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-5978

Attus familiaris - ♀

© PECKHAM, G. W. & PECKHAM, E. G. (1888)

Attidae of North America. Trans. Wisconsin Acad. Sci. Arts. Lett., Madison, Wisconsin 7: 1-104, pl. I-IV

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-13575

Marptusa familiaris - ♀

© PECKHAM, G. W. & PECKHAM, E. G. (1894)

Spiders of the Marptusa group of the family Attidae. Occ. Papers Nat. Hist. Soc. Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 2 (2): 83-156

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-13902

Marptusa familiaris - ♀ - dorsal view

© EMERTON, J. H. (1891)

New England spiders of the family Attidae. Trans. Connect. Acad. Arts Sci., Connecticut 8: 220-252

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-13903

Marptusa familiaris - ♀ - face and falces

© EMERTON, J. H. (1891)

New England spiders of the family Attidae. Trans. Connect. Acad. Arts Sci., Connecticut 8: 220-252

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-13904

Marptusa familiaris - ♀ - side view of cephalothorax

© EMERTON, J. H. (1901)

The common spiders of the United States. Dover Publications, Connecticut 1-225

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-15980

Marptusa familiaris - ♀

© EMERTON, J. H. (1891)

New England spiders of the family Attidae. Trans. Connect. Acad. Arts Sci., Connecticut 8: 220-252

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-16011

Marptusa familiaris - ♀ - dorsal view

© PICKARD - CAMBRIDGE, F. O. (1901-1902)

Arachnida: Araneida and Opiliones. Biologia Centrali - Americana, Zoologia , Connecticut 2: 193-424

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-4193

Marpissa familiaris - ♂

© PECKHAM, G. W. & PECKHAM, E. G. (1888)

Attidae of North America. Trans. Wisconsin Acad. Sci. Arts. Lett., Madison, Wisconsin 7: 1-104, pl. I-IV

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-13576

Marptusa familiaris - ♂ - palpus

© EMERTON, J. H. (1891)

New England spiders of the family Attidae. Trans. Connect. Acad. Arts Sci., Connecticut 8: 220-252

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-16012

Marptusa familiaris - ♂ - palpus

© EMERTON, J. H. (1891)

New England spiders of the family Attidae. Trans. Connect. Acad. Arts Sci., Connecticut 8: 220-252

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-16013

Marptusa familiaris - ♂ - side palpus without tarsus

© PICKARD - CAMBRIDGE, F. O. (1901-1902)

Arachnida: Araneida and Opiliones. Biologia Centrali - Americana, Zoologia , Connecticut 2: 193-424

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-4194

Marpissa familiaris - ♀

© PECKHAM, G. W. & PECKHAM, E. G. (1888)

Attidae of North America. Trans. Wisconsin Acad. Sci. Arts. Lett., Madison, Wisconsin 7: 1-104, pl. I-IV

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-13577

Marptusa familiaris - ♀ - epigynum

© EMERTON, J. H. (1891)

New England spiders of the family Attidae. Trans. Connect. Acad. Arts Sci., Connecticut 8: 220-252

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-16014

Marptusa familiaris - ♀ - epigynum

© EMERTON, J. H. (1891)

New England spiders of the family Attidae. Trans. Connect. Acad. Arts Sci., Connecticut 8: 220-252

SYNONYM
Fig.: D-16015

Marptusa familiaris - ♀ - epigynum