Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
places this genus in the subfamily Micronetinae.
Two species in North America:
Chamberlin, 1909 (Across Canada and the northern US)
oteroana Gertsch, 1951 (known only from New Mexico)
Common on tree trunks, such as spruce, elm, aspen, and beech.
Small insects and spiders.
Adults are generally found July through September, and may overwinter.
Spiders Of Connecticut by Benjamin Julian Kaston, 1948
State Geological And Natural History Survey Of Connecticut
Department Of Environmental Protection
1981 Bulletin 70 Revised Edition
The Spider Book by John Henry Comstock, 1912
Fifth printing 1980
New England Spiders Of The Family Therididae by J.H. Emerton
Transactions of the Connecticut Academy, Vol. VI, 1882.