The World Spider Catalog, V15 by N. I. Platnick (c) 2000 - 2014 AMNH

Family: LINYPHIIDAE

Gen. Panamomops Simon, 1884 [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidergen:01172]

N.B.: considered a senior synonym of Microstrandina Charitonov, 1937 (itself considered a senior synonym of Panamomopsides Denis, 1962d: 279, type P. mutilus Denis, 1962 by Denis, 1964c: 61) and Lochkovia Miller & Valesová, 1964: 183, type L. inconspicua Miller & Valesová, 1964 by Wunderlich, 1970: 408.

Transferred to other genera:
P. transbaikalicus Eskov, 1989 -- see Moebelotinus.

In synonymy:
P. beieri Kritscher, 1968 = P. latifrons Miller, 1959 (Thaler, 1973a: 54).
P. nemoralis (Holm, 1939, T from Tiso) = P. mengei Simon, 1926 (Miller, 1959: 43, contra Hackman, 1952b: 76).

Nomen dubium:
P. similis Schenkel, 1950a: 762, f. 4a-b (Df, Austria) -- Thaler, 1978a: 192.

mf affinis Miller & Kratochvíl, 1939....................Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Czech Rep., Slovakia [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:012194]
P. a. Miller & Kratochvíl, 1939: 35, f. 11-14 (Dmf).
P. a. Miller, 1959: 48, f. 14-20 (mf).
P. a. Wiehle, 1967a: 3, f. 7-10 (mf).
P. a. Kritscher, 1967: 201, f. 1-3 (m).
P. a. Miller, 1971: 266, pl. LV, f. 26-28 (mf).
P. a. Heimer & Nentwig, 1991: 228, f. 616 (m).

mf depilis Eskov & Marusik, 1994....................Russia, Kazakhstan [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:012195]
P. d. Eskov & Marusik, 1994: 49, f. 15-19 (Dmf).

mf dybowskii (O. P.-Cambridge, 1873)....................Russia [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:012196]
Erigone d. O. P.-Cambridge, 1873f: 449, pl. 41, f. 13 (Dm).
P. d. Simon, 1884a: 798.
P. d. Eskov & Marusik, 1994: 52, f. 20 (Df).
P. d. Marusik, Hippa & Koponen, 1996: 18, f. 24-27 (mf).

mf fagei Miller & Kratochvíl, 1939....................Europe [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:012197]
P. f. Miller & Kratochvíl, 1939: 33, f. 6-10 (Dmf).
P. f. Miller, 1959: 47, f. 9-13 (mf).
P. f. Wiehle, 1960a: 210, f. 371-377 (mf).
P. f. Tyschchenko, 1971: 256, f. 873 (m).
P. f. Miller, 1971: 266, pl. LV, f. 29 (m).
P. f. Heimer & Nentwig, 1991: 228, f. 615 (mf).

mf fedotovi (Charitonov, 1937)....................Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:012198]
Microstrandina f. Charitonov, 1937: 135, pl. 12, f. 2-4 (Dmf).
P. f. Tanasevitch, 1987a: 356, f. 111-115 (mf).
P. f. Tanasevitch, 1990: 104, f. 23.1, 24.9, 28.25-26 (mf).
P. f. Gnelitsa, 2009a: 196, f. 5a-g (mf).

mf inconspicuus (Miller & Valesova, 1964)....................Europe [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:012199]
Lochkovia inconspicua Miller & Valesová, 1964: 183, pl. II, f. 1-8 (Dmf).
P. inconspicua Wunderlich, 1970: 408.
Microstrandina inconspicua Miller, 1971: 275, pl. LXII, f. 4-5 (mf).
P. inconspicua Moritz, 1973: 194, f. 19-27 (mf).
P. i. Heimer & Nentwig, 1991: 228, f. 611 (mf).
P. i. Thaler, 1993: 646, f. 6 (m).

mf latifrons Miller, 1959....................Czech Rep., Slovakia, Austria, Balkans [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:012200]
P. l. Miller, 1959: 44, f. 1-8 (Dmf).
P. beieri Kritscher, 1968: 202, f. 1-6 (Dmf).
P. l. Miller, 1971: 267, pl. LV, f. 30-31 (mf).
P. l. Thaler, 1973a: 54, f. 38-43 (mf, S).
P. l. Millidge, 1977: 24, f. 80 (m).

mf mengei Simon, 1926....................Palearctic [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:012201]
Platyopis sulcifrons Menge, 1868: 179, pl. 33, f. 81 (mf, misidentified).
Platyopis sulcifrons Chyzer & Kulczyn'ski, 1894: 131, pl. 5, f. 12 (mf, misidentified).
P. m. Simon, 1926: 349, 486, f. 596-598 (Dm).
Tiso nemoralis Holm, 1939b: 36, f. 17a-d (Dmf).
P. sulcifrons Hackman, 1952b: 76, f. 2a-d (m, S, rejected).
P. sulcifrons Tullgren, 1955: 332, f. 36a-b (m).
P. m. Miller, 1959: 32, f. 25-27 (m, S).
P. m. Wiehle, 1960a: 213, f. 378-387 (mf).
P. m. Lehtinen & Kleemola, 1962: 111, f. 17a-b (f).
P. m. Hauge, 1968: 68, f. 4-5 (f).
P. m. Miller, 1971: 266, pl. LV, f. 32, pl. LXII, f. 6 (mf).
P. m. Palmgren, 1976: 90, f. 10.14-18 (mf).
P. m. Heimer & Nentwig, 1991: 228, f. 612 (mf).

m mutilus (Denis, 1962)....................Spain, France [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:012202]
Panamomopsides m. Denis, 1962d: 279, f. 1-7 (Dm).
P. m. Brignoli, 1983c: 351.
P. m. Ledoux, 2001: 19, f. 2A-C (m).

mf palmgreni Thaler, 1973....................Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Slovakia [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:012203]
P. p. Thaler, 1973a: 51, f. 19, 30-37 (Dmf).

m pamiricus Tanasevitch, 1989....................Kyrgyzstan [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:012204]
P. p. Tanasevitch, 1989a: 145, f. 214-217 (Dm).

m strandi Kolosváry, 1934....................Hungary [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:012205]
P. s. Kolosváry, 1934b: 15, f. 11 (Dm).

mf sulcifrons (Wider, 1834) *....................Europe, Russia [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:012206]
Theridion s. Wider, 1834: 225, pl. 15, f. 10 (Dm).
Argus s. Walckenaer, 1841: 362 (Df).
Neriene bicuspis O. P.-Cambridge, 1863: 8588 (Dmf).
Neriene bicuspis O. P.-Cambridge, 1873a: 451, pl. 35, f. 26 (m).
Erigone bicuspis L. Koch, 1877b: 132.
Erigone s. Dahl, 1883: 45.
P. bicuspis Simon, 1884a: 795, f. 716-720 (mf).
P. s. Simon, 1884a: 798.
P. bicuspis Bösenberg, 1902: 179, pl. 16, f. 244 (m).
Platyopis bicuspis Smith, 1906: 311.
Savignia s. Dahl, 1912b: 609.
P. s. Simon, 1926: 349, 485, f. 599-601 (mf).
P. s. Locket & Millidge, 1953: 300, f. 181E-H (mf).
P. s. Miller, 1959: 43, f. 21-24 (m).
P. s. Wiehle, 1960a: 222, f. 398-405 (mf).
P. s. Casemir, 1962: 25, pl. II, f. 5 (f).
P. s. Merrett, 1963b: 415, f. 92A-B (m).
P. s. Miller, 1971: 266, pl. LV, f. 24-25 (m).
P. s. Roberts, 1987: 90, f. 40c, 41d (mf).
P. s. Heimer & Nentwig, 1991: 228, f. 613 (mf).
P. s. Millidge, 1993c: 146, f. 16 (f).

mf tauricornis (Simon, 1881)....................Palearctic [urn:lsid:amnh.org:spidersp:012207]
Erigone t. Simon, 1881g: 247 (Dm).
P. t. Simon, 1884a: 797, f. 721-724 (m).
P. t. Simon, 1894a: 613, f. 601, 644-645 (m).
P. t. Simon, 1926: 349, 486, f. 602-603 (m).
P. t. Vogelsanger, 1944: 173, f. 6 (Df).
P. t. Wiehle, 1960a: 217, f. 388-397 (mf).
P. t. Millidge, 1977: 19, f. 79 (m).
P. t. Heimer & Nentwig, 1991: 228, f. 614 (mf).