Tibellus oblongus

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Tibellus oblongus
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Tibellus oblongus
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T. oblongus
Binomial name
Tibellus oblongus
(Walckenaer, 1802)
Subspecies

Tibellus oblongus maculatus Caporiacco, 1950 — Italy

Synonyms
  • Aranea oblonga Walckenaer, 1802
  • Tibellus punctatus Hull, 1955
  • Tibellus longicephalus Utochkin, 1981
  • Tibellus lineatus Utochkin, 1981

Tibellus oblongus is a spider with a Holarctic distribution.

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