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Genus Diguetia

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Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Chelicerata (Chelicerates)
Class Arachnida (Arachnids)
Order Araneae (Spiders)
Infraorder Araneomorphae (True Spiders)
No Taxon (Synspermiata)
Family Diguetidae
Genus Diguetia
Numbers
Six species & one subspecies north of Mexico, according to Spiders of North America.
Identification
{From Gertsch, 1958}

Diguetia albolineata - abdomen higher behind producing a 'tail', first metatarsus equal in length to the fourth
Diguetia andersoni - dorsum of abdomen white with annuli on the legs faintly indicated and submedian annulus missing on tibiae; smaller spiders
Diguetia canities - dorsum of abdomen white with a median dusky or brown band, with sinuous white edges from base to apex
Diguetia imperiosa - dorsum of abdomen white, dark annuli on all legs distinct, larger spiders with shorter legs
Diguetia mojavea - dorsum of abdomen white, dark annuli on all legs distinct, larger spiders with longer legs
Diguetia signata - dorsal abdomen white, with black maculation
Range
Southwestern states: California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas.

Diguetia albolineata - Southwestern United States from S. California to West Texas, southward into Mexico
Diguetia andersoni - Mojave desert, CA
Diguetia canities - Southwestern United States from California to S. Utah, east to Oklahoma and West Texas, S. into Mexico
Diguetia canities mulaiki - Southern CA to TX?
Diguetia imperiosa - Southern Texas, west to Arizona and Mexico
Diguetia mojavea - Southern California and adjacent Nevada
Diguetia signata - Southern California to Nevada and New Mexico