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Scientific Names

Preferred Names

Dysderidae
Reference taxon from EOL Dynamic Hierarchy Trunk
Dysderidae C. L. Koch 1837

Alternative Names

? extinctus Petrunkevitch, 1950
Doubtful according to GBIF classification
? petiolata Koch & Berendt, 1854
Doubtful according to GBIF classification
? pubescens Menge, 1854
Doubtful according to GBIF classification
? tersa Koch & Berendt, 1854
Doubtful according to GBIF classification

Common Names

English

Dysderid spiders
Recognized by Wikidata
woodlouse hunter spider
Recognized by Paleobiology Database

Catalan; Valencian

Disdèrid preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Czech

šestiočkovití preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Dutch; Flemish

Celspinnen preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

German

Sechsaugenspinnen preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Hebrew

צלובשניים preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Japanese

イノシシグモ preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
イノシシグモ科 preferred
Recognized by piaf and admin

Lithuanian

Ratavoriai preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Navajo; Navaho

Wóntłʼizí haalzheehii preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Persian

شپش‌گیران preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Polish

Komórczakowate preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Russian

Трубковые пауки preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Swedish

Ringögonspindlar preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
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Curated hierarchies for Dysderidae

GBIF classification

Animalia
Arthropoda
Arachnida
Araneae
216 additional siblings truncated for brevity.
See the resource file for a full list.

Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS) Taxonomic Hierarchy

Animalia
Bilateria
Protostomia
Ecdysozoa
Arthropoda
Chelicerata
Arachnida
Araneae
9 additional siblings truncated for brevity.
See the resource file for a full list.