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Morphology of protonymph of Bathyphantes eumenis

@inproceedings{Koch2003MorphologyOP,
  title={Morphology of protonymph of Bathyphantes eumenis},
  author={L. E. Koch and Justyna Rybak and Romuald J. Pomorski},
  year={2003}
}
The protonymph of Bathyphantes eumenis (L. KOCH, 1879) is described and illustrated. The description, including all morphological and sensory structures of juveniles, is the one of this kind for Araneae. Nomenclature of setae and other morphological and sensory structures is proposed. 

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