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Scientific Names

Accepted Names

Uloboridae
Recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 0.9, iNaturalist, United Kingdom Species List, South Atlantic Species List, Indian Ocean Species List, North Pacific Species List, South Pacific Species List, North Atlantic Species List, The Netherlands Species List, Slovenia Species List, South Africa Species List, Sweden Species List, United States Species List, Vanuatu Species List, New Zealand Species List, Panama Species List, Peru Species List, Italy Species List, Jamaica Species List, Luxembourg Species List, Mexico Species List, French Polynesia Species List, Federated States of Micronesia Species List, France Species List, Fiji Species List, Germany Species List, Greece Species List, Costa Rica Species List, Belarus Species List, Belgium Species List, Bolivia Species List, Colombia Species List, Argentina Species List, Austria Species List, Australia Species List, Denmark Species List, Norway Species List, Barcode of Life Data Systems, Flickr Group, Flickr Group, Wikimedia Commons, Wikimedia Commons, NMNH Entomology, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology DwCA, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology DwCA, BioImages, the virtual fieldguide, UK, NCBI GGBN GBIF BHL BOLDS data coverage, Brazil Species List, Canada Species List, China Species List, Japan Species List, wikipedia Italiano, Alaskan Arthropods, wikipedia Español, Environments EOL, wikipedia, Animal Diversity Web, EOL authors, wikipedia 中文维基百科, wikipedia Français, wikipedia 日本語, wikipedia русскую Википедию, wikipedia Deutsch, Chile Species List, NCBI, wikipedia NL, wikipedia POL, wikipedia VI, wikipedia CZ, Wikidata, Wikidata, Wikidata, wikipedia FI, wikipedia Norwegian, wikipedia RO, wikipedia CA, wikipedia SV, wikipedia PT, Simpson et al 2018, English Vernaculars for Landmark Taxa, Moorea Biocode, Paleobiology Database, and Paleobiology Database

Common Names

English

Hackled orb-weaver
Recognized by Wikidata
hackled orb-weavers
hackled orb-weaver
Recognized by Paleobiology Database

Catalan; Valencian

Ulobòrid

Czech

pakřižákovití

Dutch; Flemish

wielwebkaardespinnen

Esperanto

Uloboredoj

Finnish

Pykäverkkohämähäkit

German

Kräuselradnetzspinnen

Hebrew

גיבנניים

Japanese

ウズグモ科

Persian

عنکبوت سرندباف

Russian

пероногие пауки

Slovak

Pakrižiakovité

Swedish

Krusnätspindlar

i18n: De Ch

Kräuselradnetzspinnen

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