Last Updated On : Monday, February 27, 2017 11:26:21 AM

Uloboridae Family

Miagrammopes sp TBL Male


Family: Uloboridae
Genus Philoponella

    Philoponella quadrituberculata
Philoponella quadrituberculata

Female 2mm
14-8-2015 BOMBALAI
Philoponella quadrituberculata
Philoponella quadrituberculata

Male 2mm-
2009-07-09 PUI YUK♂
 

Family: Uloboridae

Uloboridae Spider (the cribellate orb weavers or hackled orb weavers) kill their prey by crushing with over 140 metres of thread instead of venom because they have no venom.

All members of this family produce a feathery, fuzzy silk called cribellate (or hackled) silk. These spiders do not use an adhesive on their orb webs, but rather the very fine fibers on each strand of silk tend to ensnare prey. Uloboridae webs often have a stabilimentum or zig-zag pattern through the center.


 

Ariston O. P-Cambridge, 1896 (Central America)
Astavakra Lehtinen, 1967 (Philippines)
Conifaber Opell, 1982 (South America)
Daramulunia Lehtinen, 1967 (Samoa, Fiji, New Hebrides)
Hyptiotes Walckenaer, 1837 (Palearctic)
Lubinella Opell, 1984 (New Guinea)
Miagrammopes O. P.-Cambridge, 1870 (America, Austrasia)
Octonoba Opell, 1979 (Russia, Central Asia to Japan)
Orinomana Strand, 1934 (South America)
Philoponella Mello-Leitão, 1917 (Africa, America, Asia, Australia)
Polenecia Lehtinen, 1967 (Mediterranean to Azerbaijan)
Purumitra Lehtinen, 1967 (Australia, Philippines)
Siratoba Opell, 1979 (USA, Mexico)
Sybota Simon, 1892 (South America)
Tangaroa Lehtinen, 1967 (Oceania)
Uloborus Latreille, 1806 (worldwide)
Waitkera Opell, 1979 (New Zealand)
Zosis Walckenaer, 1842 (Pantropical)
 


Family: Uloboridae
Genus : Miagrammopes

Miagrammopes sp TBL Male
Miagrammopes sp TBL
Male 7mm
14-7-2015 TBL
 
       

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