Evarcha falcata

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Evarcha falcata
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female E. falcata
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Arachnida
Order: Araneae
Family: Salticidae
Genus: Evarcha
Species: E. falcata
Binomial name
Evarcha falcata
(Clerck, 1757)
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Synonyms
  • Araneus falcatus
  • Aranea rupestris
  • Aranea blancardi
  • Aranea falcata
  • Aranea flammata
  • Aranea coronata
  • Attus coronatus
  • Attus capreolus
  • Salticus abietis
  • Salticus blancardi
  • Attus falcatus
  • Euophrys falcata
  • Salticus coronatus
  • Euophrys coronata
  • Attus taczanowskii
  • Attus napoleon
  • Attus arctuatus
  • Hasarius arctuatus
  • Hasarius falcatus
  • Ergane falcata
  • Evarcha flammata
  • Evarcha blancardi

Evarcha falcata is a species of jumping spider with Palaearctic distribution.

Females are about 7 millimetres (0.28 in) long, males slightly shorter.

male

Two subspecies are currently recognised:

  • Evarcha falcata nigrofusca (Strand, 1900) (Norway)
  • Evarcha falcata xinglongensis Yang & Tang, 1996 (China)

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