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Department of Biological Sciences
Auburn University, Alabama

Copyright 1997 2006 Debbie R. Folkerts. All Rights Reserved.


CTENIDAE

Anahita punctulata LR

Synonym: Anahita animosa, Ctenus punctulata.

Notes: Holotype (Ctenus punctulata) from Alabama (destroyed). Has been collected in mesic woods, hammocks, and woodrat (Neotoma) nests throughout the southeastern U.S. In Alabama, records occur for the northeastern, northwestern, central and southwestern areas.

Ref.: Peck 1981.


Ctenus hibernalis LR

Synonym: Ctenus hybernalis.

Notes: Holotype from Alabama (destroyed). The only confirmed records for this species are from Alabama. Several records occur for the central and northwestern part of the state. It has been collected in pitfall traps and in caves.

Ref.: Peck 1981.
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DEINOPIDAE

Deinopis spinosa LR PC

Synonym: Dinopis spinosus.

Notes: Comstock noted that this rare species has been found only in Florida and Alabama. It is probably not rare, but rather overlooked. It is typically found suspended from leaves and branches from 4 to 10 feet above the ground. In Alabama it is known from bay swamps and from Myrica at the edge of an estuarine marsh. All known sites are in Baldwin County.

Ref.: Comstock 1940.
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DICTYNIDAE

Cicurina arcuata GL

Notes: This species ranges from northern states south to Georgia and west to Louisiana. It is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Cicurina breviaria LR

Notes: This species is known from caves in Tennessee and has been reported from Jackson County, Alabama.

Ref.: Peck 1989.


Cicurina minima LR

Notes: This spider has been reported from caves in Calhoun, Jefferson and Lawrence counties in Alabama.

Ref.: Peck 1989.


Dictyna bellans LR

Notes: This species occurs in the central U.S. Alabama records (dot map) are from the northwestern portion of the state.

Ref.: Chamberlin and Gertsch 1958.


Dictyna foliacea GL

Notes: This species is known from the southeastern U.S. and is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Chamberlin and Gertsch 1958.


Dictyna formidolosa LR

Notes: This species occurs in much of the eastern U.S. where it has been collected from ground detritus. It was recorded from north central Alabama.

Ref.: Chamberlin and Gertsch 1958.


Dictyna volucripes LR

Notes: This species occurs throughout most of the eastern and central U.S. It is recorded from east central Alabama.

Ref.: Chamberlin and Gertsch 1958.


Emblyna altamira LR

Synonym: Dictyna altamira

Notes: This species occurs in the eastern U.S. and the West Indies. It was recorded from "Hammock Woods?", and Lagoon, Baldwin Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Chamberlin and Gertsch 1958, Lehtinen 1967.


Emblyna coweta LR

Synonym: Dictyna coweta

Notes: This species is known mainly from Florida, but is also recorded from "Hammock Wood?" and Lagoon, Baldwin Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Chamberlin and Gertsch 1958, Lehtinen 1967.


Emblyna cruciata GL

Synonym: Dictyna cruciata

Notes: This species is known from the southeastern U.S. and is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Chamberlin and Gertsch 1958, Lehtinen 1967.


Emblyna evicta LR

Synonym: Dictyna evicta

Notes: This species is known from eastern Texas and Alabama (Tuscaloosa).

Ref.: Chamberlin and Gertsch 1958, Lehtinen 1967.


Emblyna florens LR

Synonym: Dictyna florens

Notes: This species has been reported from Cave Spring Cave in Morgan County, Alabama.

Ref.: Peck 1989.


Emblyna roscida LR

Synonym: Theridion roscidum, Dictyna roscida.

Notes: This species ranges in the eastern U.S. The type locality of T. roscidum is Alabama (specimens lost). It is recorded from Tuscaloosa Co.

Ref.: Chamberlin and Gertsch 1958, Lehtinen 1967.


Emblyna sublata LR

Synonyms: Theridion sublatum, Dictyna volupis, Dictyna sublata.

Notes: Types (T. sublatum) from Alabama (destroyed). This species occurs throughout the eastern half of the U.S. Several records (dot map) exist for central and southwestern Alabama, including specifically Lagoon, Baldwin Co.

Ref.: Chamberlin and Gertsch 1958, Lehtinen 1967.


Lathys dixiana GL

Notes: A "rare" species found under the bark of pine trees and by sweeping vegetation. It is recorded from Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Louisiana and is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Chamberlin and Gertsch 1958.


Lathys immaculata LR

Notes: This species occurs in similar habitats and has a range similar to that of L. maculina. The two species are often confused. Alabama records include Monte Sano, Madison Co., and Hurricane Creek, Tuscaloosa Co.

Ref.: Chamberlin and Gertsch 1958.


Lathys maculina LR

Notes: This species ranges in the southeastern U.S. It is collected from ground detritus. Alabama records exist for the central, south central and southwestern parts of the state.


Lathys sylvania GL

Notes: This species is known from Florida, Georgia and Mississippi. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Chamberlin and Gertsch 1958.


Phantyna bicornis GL

Synonym: Dictyna bicornis

Notes: This species is known from the southeastern U.S. and is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Chamberlin and Gertsch 1958, Lehtinen 1967.


Thallumetus pineus LR

Notes: Alabama records include Lagoon, Baldwin Co.

Ref.: Chamberlin and Gertsch 1958.
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DYSDERIDAE

Dysdera crocata PC

Notes: This is a widespread introduced species. It has been collected in Lee Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Roth 1993, pers. comm G.L. Mullen (Dept. Entomology, Auburn University, AL).
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FILISTATIDAE

Kukulcania hibernalis LR, PC

Synonym: Filistata hibernalis.

Notes: This species occurs in the southern states as far west as eastern Texas. It commonly inhabits buildings.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.
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GNAPHOSIDAE

Callilepis imbecilla GL

Notes: Occurs in the midwestern and parts of the southeastern U.S., including a site in Florida very near the Alabama border (Pensacola, Escambia Co.). It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick 1975.


Callilepis pluto LR

Notes: Occurs in much of the northern and eastern U.S. It has been collected under rocks and boards, in crevices, on sand, in gravel pits and in forests. Recorded from Cheaha State Park, Clay Co., and DeSoto State Park, DeKalb Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick 1975.


Camillina pulcher LR

Notes: Other than one record from Baldwin Co., Alabama, this species is known only from southern Brazil. It is assumed to be introduced.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1982b.


Cesonia bilineata LR

Synonym: Herpyllus bilineatus.

Notes: Syntypes (H. bilineatus) from Alabama (destroyed). Occurs in eastern North America and west to New Mexico in the southern U.S. Alabama records include Baldwin, Dale, and Lawrence counties. It has been collected in a variety of habitats including: pitcher plants, Bermuda grass, silk-lined tube in a clay bank, upland woods, forest edges, mesquite woods, dunes, sand pine and pin oak forest, tall grass prairie and in houses.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1982a.


Drassodes louisianus GL

Notes: This species is known from Coastal Plain areas of Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida and Georgia. A Mississippi record (Jackson Co.) is very near the Alabama border. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1976a.


Drassyllus adocetus PC

Notes: This species has been collected from Baldwin county, in pine flatwoods.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1976a.


Drassyllus aprilinus LR

Synonym: Drassyllus ostegae.

Notes: Occurs in much of the eastern half of the U.S. and Texas. It is recorded from Madison and Winston counties, Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1976a.


Drassyllus creolus GL

Notes: This species occurs throughout much of the eastern half of the U.S. It is recorded from Jackson Co., Mississippi, near the Alabama border. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1976a.


Drassyllus dixinus GL

Synonym: Drassyllus sporadicus.

Notes: This species occurs in much of the southeastern U.S. It is recorded from Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and Louisiana and is therefore considered to be likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1982a.


Drassyllus elipes LR

Notes: Male holotype from Duncanville, Tuscaloosa Co. Distribution: southeastern U.S.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1982a.


Drassyllus eremitus GL

Notes: This species occurs in much of the eastern half of the U.S. including Tennessee, Georgia, Florida and Louisiana. Several Florida records are very near the southeastern corner of the state. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1982a.


Drassyllus louisianus GL

Notes: This species has been recorded from Mississippi (George Co.), near the Alabama border. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1982a.


Drassyllus novus LR

Notes: Platnick and Shadab describe its distribution as "the eastern deciduous forest." It is recorded from Lawrence Co, Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1982a.


Gnaphosa fontinalis LR

Notes: Recorded from Jackson Co. (Clear Creek, Saltpetre Cave), Alabama. Has been collected in maple-basswood and pine-oak forests, on bean plants, and in leaf litter.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1975a.


Gnaphosa sericata LR

Notes: Recorded from Baldwin Co. (Bay Shore) and Montgomery Co. (Montgomery) Alabama. Occurs throughout much of the U.S., excluding the northwest. It has been collected from cultivated fields, at pond edges, in pastures, under dung, under rocks and boards, on sidewalks and sandy roads, on beaches at tide line, in a red mangrove swamp and in a field mouse nest.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1975a.


Haplodrassus mimus LR

Notes: Occurs in much of the eastern U.S. Recorded from E. of Salem, Lee Co., Alabama. Collected under rocks. (It may be rare in collections because it is mature only in winter and early spring.)

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1975b.


Haplodrassus signifer LR

Synonym: Prosthesima decepta.

Notes: Female syntypes (P. decepta) from Lee Co., Alabama. A holarctic species which occurs throughout the U.S.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1975b.


Herpyllus ecclesiasticus LR

Synonym: Herpyllus cratus.

Notes: Occurs throughout the eastern half of the U.S. Alabama records include Colbert and Lee counties. Specimens have been collected under rocks and logs and associated with oak, maple, pine, basswood, cottonwood, sycamore, locust, cypress, Spanish moss, palmetto, and pitcher plants.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1977.


Litopyllus temporarius GL

Synonym: Litopyllus liber.

Notes: This species occurs in surrounding states (Mississippi, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee) and is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1980b.


Micaria browni LR

Notes: Reported from both Georgia and Mississippi, this species undoubtedly occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1988.

Micaria longipes LR

Synonym: Micaria aurata (in part).

Notes: Occurs throughout most of the U.S. Recorded from Tuscaloosa Co., Alabama. It has been collected from a variety of habitats including: cultivated fields, grassland, pastures, prairies, sand, oak-pine barrens, on goldenrod, under rocks and in buildings.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1988.


Micaria longispina LR

Notes: Alabama lies between known localities in Florida and Arkansas. Thus, this species probably occurs in the state.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1988.


Micaria punctata LR

Synonyms: Micaria petunkeviitchi, M. swansoni.

Notes: Reported from Georgia, the Florida Panhandle, Arkansas and Texas, this species is likely to be present in Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1988.


Micaria seminola LR

Notes: Known from Florida and southern Mississippi, this species is probably a member of the Alabama fauna.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1988.


Scotophaeus blackwalli LR

Notes: Distribution includes Europe, Pacific coast of North America and two records from the Gulf coast, including Baldwin Co., Alabama. Has been collected in houses, in shrubs and chaparral, and under bark of pear and cherry trees.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1977.


Sergiolus capulatus PC

Notes: This species has been collected from Mobile county in a pitcher plant bog.


Sergiolus cyaneiventris LR

Synonym: Poecilochroa tribolus.

Notes: Distributed from Texas to Florida. Alabama records include Baldwin and Mobile counties.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1981.


Sergiolus meretrix LR

Notes: Allotypes from Alabama. This species is known from Alexander City and Silver Hill.

Ref.: Bryant 1946.


Sergiolus minutus LR

Synonym: Poecilochroa minuta.

Notes: Occurs throughout the southeastern U.S., with records from Baldwin, Colbert, Sumter and Tallapoosa counties in Alabama. It has been collected in pastures, fields, on pond edges and on a sidewalk.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1981.


Sergiolus ocellatus LR

Synonyms: Drassus ocellatus, Poecilochroa ocellatus.

Notes: Known from throughout the eastern U.S, including Marengo Co. and Tuscaloosa Co., Alabama. This species has been collected in oak forest, staghorn sumac, pitcher plants, prairies and indoors.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1981.


Talanites echinus LR

Synonyms: Rachodrassus chera, R. echinus.

Notes: Occurs in Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee, and West Virginia. Recorded from Cheaha State Park, Clay Co.; Hatchet Creek, Coosa Co.; Blowing Cave near Garth, Jackson Co.; and Monte Sano, Madison Co. in Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1976b.


Urozelotes rusticus LR

Notes: This is primarily an old world species which is probably introduced in the U.S. It is recorded from Tuscaloosa Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick and Murphy 1984.


Zelotes duplex LR

Synonym: Zelotes sylvanus.

Notes: This species occurs throughout most of the eastern half of the U.S. It is recorded from Monroe Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1983.


Zelotes hentzi LR

Synonym: Zelotes kentzi.

Notes: Occurs throughout most of the U.S., excluding the southwest. Records occur for Baldwin and Lee counties.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1983.


Zelotes lymnophilus GL

Notes: Because this species occurs in Georgia and Florida, including sites near the Alabama border, it is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1983.


Zelotes pseustes GL

Notes: This species has been recorded from Florida, very near the Alabama border (Pensacola, Escambia Co.) and is likely to occur in Alabama also.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1983.


Zelotes pullus GL

Synonym: Drassyllus pullus.

Notes: Because it has been recorded in Florida (Escambia Co.) and Mississippi (Harrison and Jackson Cos.), including areas close to the Alabama border, it is likely to be found in Alabama.

Ref.: Platnick and Shadab 1983.
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HAHNIIDAE

Hahnia cinerea LR

Synonym: Hahnia cinerea seminola.

Notes: Occurs in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. Alabama records (dot map) include the northwestern, central and southeastern areas of the state.

Ref.: Opell and Beatty 1976.


Hahnia flaviceps GL

Notes: Mississippi records (dot map) for this species appear very near the border in central and southeastern Alabama. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Opell and Beatty 1976


Neoantistea agilis LR, PC

Synonym: Neoantistia gertschi.

Notes: Occurs throughout the U.S. and Canada with a record (dot map) that appears to be at the Alabama/Florida (Baldwin Co./Escambia Co.) border. This common species occurs throughout the state.

Ref.: Opell and Beatty 1976.


Neoantistea magna GL

Notes: This species occurs in Canada and the northern U.S. but extends southward to Tennessee and Florida. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Opell and Beatty 1976.


Neoantistea procteri PC

Notes: This species has been collected from Baldwin and Mobile counties, in pine flatwoods and pitcher plant bog.


Neoantistea riparia GL

Synonym: Neoantistea barrowsi.

Notes: This species is known from several areas of the southeastern U.S., including records in Florida and Georgia that are very near the southeastern and northeastern corners of Alabama. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Opell and Beatty 1976.
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HYPOCHILIDAE

Hypochilus thorelli LR, PC

Notes: Occurs in the Cumberland Plateau from western Virginia through Tennessee and into northern Alabama and Georgia. Its habitat is on overhanging cliff faces or rocks along streams. Published Alabama records include Buck's Pocket State Park, DeSoto Falls area, and DeSoto State Park, DeKalb County; Mary's Gulf, Cherokee Co.; Hurricane Cave, Madison Co.; and N. of Grant, Marshall Co..

Ref.: Gertsch 1964, Forster et al. 1987.
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LEPTONETIDAE

Appaleptoneta barrowsi LR

Synonym: Leptoneta barrowsi

Notes: This species is known only from Bangor Cave, Blount County, Alabama.

Ref.: Peck 1989.


Appaleptoneta credula LR

Synonym: Leptoneta credula.

Notes: This species was described from specimens collected in Bat Cave, Lauderdale Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Gertsch 1973, Platnick 1986.


Appaleptoneta jonesi LR

Synonym: Leptoneta jonesi.

Notes: This species is known only from Crystal Caverns in Jefferson County, Alabama.

Ref.: Gertsch 1973, Platnick 1986.


Neoleptoneta alabama LR

Synonym: Leptoneta alabama

Notes: This cave spider is known only from Marshall, Calhoun and DeKalb counties, Alabama.

Ref.: Gertsch 1973.


Neoleptoneta archeri LR

Synonym: Leptoneta archeri

Notes: This species was described from Tuscaloosa Co., Alabama. It was collected from a ravine.

Ref.: Gertsch 1973.


Neoleptoneta blanda LR

Synonym: Leptoneta blanda

Notes: This species was described from specimens collected in Ingram Cave, Blount Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Gertsch 1973.


Neoleptoneta serena LR

Synonym: Leptoneta serena

Notes: This species was described from specimens collected in Collier Cave, Lauderdale Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Gertsch 1973.
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LINYPHIIDAE

Anthrobia monmouthia LR

Notes: This species is known from Alabama only from Randolph Cave in Blount County.

Ref.: Miller 2005a, 2005b.


Argyneta fabra LR

Synonym: Meioneta fabra

Notes: This species is known from New England south to Alabama and Texas.

Ref.: Kaston 1978, Buckle et al. 2001.


Argyneta meridionalis GL

Synonym: Microneta meridionalis

Notes: This species is known from Florida, Georgia and Mississipi and undoubtedly occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Buckle et al. 2001.


Argyneta micaria GL

Synonyms: Erigone zonaria, Meioneta micaria

Notes: This species is known Georgia and Louisiana and probably occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Buckle et al. 2001.


Centromerus cornupalpis LR

Notes: This species has been reported from Blount County, Alabama.

Ref.: Peck 1989.


Centromerus denticulatus LR

Synonyms: Microneta denticulata, Centromerus claytoni.

Notes: This species ranges mainly in the eastern region of the U.S. from Maine to Georgia. It has been found in caves in Georgia, Tennessee and northern Alabama.

Ref.: Van Helsingden 1973, Buckle et al. 2001.


Centromerus latidens LR

Synonym: Microneta latidens.

Notes: Distributed in eastern North America, this species is often collected in caves, but also in leaf litter in woods. Archer (1940b) reported it as cavernicolous in Alabama.

Ref.: Van Helsingden 1973, Buckle 2001.


Ceraticelus creolus GL

Notes: This species is known from Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi and almost certainly occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Buckle et al. 2001.


Ceraticelus limnologicus GL

Notes: This species is known from Georgia and Louisiana and almost certainly occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Buckle et al. 2001.


Ceraticelus paludigenus GL

Notes: This species is known from Georgia and Texas and probably is present in Alabama.

Ref.: Buckle et al 2001.


Ceratinops crenatus GL

Synonym: Lophocarenum crenatoideaum.

Notes: This species is known from Georgia, Louisiana and Florida and almost certainly occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Draney and Crossley 1999, Buckle et al. 2001.


Ceratinopsis anglicana LR

Notes: The type locality was listed as Alabama.

Ref.: Bishop and Crosby 1930.


Ceratinopsis nigripalpis GL

Notes: This species is known from Georgia and Louisiana and is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Buckle et al. 2001.


Ceratinopsis sutoris GL

Notes: This species is known from Georgia and Louisiana and is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Buckle et al. 2001.


Eperigone barrowsi GL

Notes: This species is known from Apalachicola and Pensacola, Florida. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Crosby and Bishop 1928.


Eperigone bryantae GL

Notes: This species is known from much of the eastern U.S. including Texas, Tennessee and Florida. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama. It has been found in bogs, sphagnum, grass and in pitcher plants.

Ref.: Millidge 1987.


Eperigone eschatologica LR

Notes: Known from across the southern U.S., this species has been recorded from Baldwin Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Millidge 1987.


Eperigone fradeorum LR

Notes: A species of the southeastern U.S., it has been recorded from Mobile and Tuscaloosa counties in Alabama.

Ref.: Millidge 1987, Buckle et al. 2001.


Eperigone inornata LR

Notes: Known only from the southeastern U.S., this species has been recorded from Mobile Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Millidge 1987, Buckle et al. 2001.


Eperigone maculata LR

Notes: This species is known from most of the eastern U.S. and has been recorded from Madison and Mobile counties in Alabama.

Ref.: Crosby and Bishop 1928, Millidge 1987, Buckle et al. 2001.


Eperigone serrata GL

Notes: Known from Florida, Georgia and Mississippi, this species has been recorded from a site very near the southeastern corner of Alabama and is considered likely to occur in the state.

Ref.: LaSalle and de la Cruz 1985, Millidge 1987, Buckle et al. 2001.


Eperigone tridentata LR

Notes: Widespread east of the Rocky Mountains, this species is known from Calhoun and Mobile counties, Alabama.

Ref.: Millidge 1987.


Eperigone trilobata LR

Notes: This species ranges throughout North America and has been recorded from Baldwin Co., Alabama. Its habitat is meadows and prairies, forest litter, moss, lakeshores, sand dunes and salt marshes. It has been found alive in cobra pitcher plants.

Ref.: Millidge 1987, Buckle et al. 2001.


Erigone atra LR

Notes: This species has been recorded from Alabama.

Ref.: Buckle et al. 2001.


Erigone autumnalis GL .

Notes: This species has been recorded from Florida, Louisiana and South Carolina and is likley to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Buckle et al. 2001.


Florinda coccinea PC

Notes: This species is known from Maryland west to Illinois and south to Florida and Texas. This species is found in grassy areas along streams, in pitcher plant bogs, in cypress swamps, and is sometimes common in lawns.

Ref.: Kaston 1978, Roth 1993.


Frontinella pyramitela PC

Common name: bowl and doily spider

Synonym: Linyphia communis.

Notes: This is a common species known throughout the U.S. and Canada. It can be found in a variety of habitats.

Ref.: Kaston 1978, Buckle et al. 2001.


Goneatara platyrhinus GL

Synonym: Sougambus georgiensis

Notes: Known from Georgia and Mississippi, this species almost certainly occurs in Alabama.

Ref.:Drany 1998, Buckle et al. 2001.


Grammonota sclerata GL

Synonym: Grammonota confusa.

Notes: This species ranges from Texas to Florida and north to New Jersey. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Dondale 1959.


Grammonota texana LR

Synonym: Grammonota gallinoides.

Notes: This species ranges from Texas to Florida and north to New Jersey. It has been recorded from Mobile, Pickett Springs and Arcola, Alabama.

Ref.: Bishop and Crosby 1933, Dondale 1959.


Islandiana muma LR

Notes: This cavernicolous species is known from Virginia and from Wolf Den Cave, Colbert Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Ivie 1965.


Lepthyphantes nebulosus GL

Synonym: Linyphia autumnalis

Notes: This species is known from South Carolina, Louisiana and Arkansas and probably occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Buckle et al. 2001.


Lephthyphantes sabulosus LR

Notes: This species is known from Madison County, Alabama.

Ref.: Peck 1989.


Microlinyphia mandibulata GL

Notes: This species range includes the eastern U.S. above 32 degrees north latitude. Known from Georgia and Arkansas, the subspecies M. m. mandibulata is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Van Helsdingen 1969.


Neriene radiata PC

Common name: filmy dome spider

Synonym: Prolinyphia marginata.

Notes: Distribution, New England south to Florida and west to the Pacific Coast states. This is a common species in woodland habitats.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Neriene redacta PC

Synonym: Linyphia davisi.

Notes: Known from Georgia, Florida and Mississippi, this species also occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Buckle et al. 2001.


Origanates rostratus GL

Notes: Known from Georgia, South Carolina, Missiouri, Kansas and the northeastern U.S., this species is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Roth 1993, Buckle et al. 2001.


Phanetta subterranea LR

Notes: This troglobitic species occurs primarily in the Appalachian Mountains and south into the northern third of Alabama.

Ref.: Millidge 1984, Miller 2005b.


Porrhomma cavernicola LR

Notes: This species is known from Spence Cave in Limestone County, Alabama, although most of its range occurs north of Alabama.

Ref.: Peck 1989.


Souessoula parva LR

Notes: Scattered localities are known for this species in the eastern U.S. and Mexico. It is known (dot map) from north central Alabama.

Ref.: Millidge 1984.


Tapinopa hentzi LR

Notes: This species is only known from Alabama.

Ref.: Buckle et al. 2001.


Taranucnus ornithes LR

Notes: This species has been reported from Jackson and Madison counties in Alabama.

Ref.: Peck 1989.


Tennesseellum formicum LR

Notes: This species has been reported from Alabama.

Ref.: Skinner 1974, Buckle et al. 2001.


Tutaibo anglicanus GL

Notes: This species is known from the southeastern U.S. as far west as Texas and has been reported from Alabama.

Ref.:Buckle et al. 2001.


Walckenaeria spiralis LR

Notes: This species is widely distributed throughout North America except for the western coast. In Alabama, it is recorded (dot map) from the southwestern portion of the state.

Ref.: Millidge 1983.



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LIOCRANIDAE

Agroeca pratensis LR

Notes: This species is known from Georgia and has been reported from Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1938, Skinner 1974.


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