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Poultonella Click on an image to view larger version & data in a new window
Dendryphantines with swollen first legs.
Poultonella may very well represent an offshoot of Tutelina, with which it shares unusual chelicerae. Both genera may specialize on eating ants.
For more information and links to the species, go to Poultonella in the Tree of Life.
References most relevant to species north of Mexico: Cokendolpher and Horner (1978).
IdentificationMore or less uniform color and swollen first legs.