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COELOTINAE GENERA
Alloclubionoides

Bifidocoelotes

Coelotes

Coras

Draconarius

Eurocoelotes

Femoracoelotes

Himalcoelotes

Hypocoelotes

Iwogumoa

Leptocoelotes

Lineacoelotes

Longicoelotes

Notiocoelotes

Orumcekia

Pireneitega

Platocoelotes

Robusticoelotes

Spiricoelotes

Tegecoelotes

Tonsilla

Urocoras

Wadotes

Genus: Robusticoelotes Wang, 2002
Type species: Tegenaria pichoni, Schenkel, 1963       from Eastern China.
Diagnosis: Females resemble Ambanus in having a large epigynal atrium, broad copulatory ducts, and in lacking epigynal teeth, but have long, anteriorly extended spermathecae. Males can be easily recognized by the presence of three patellar apophyses and the strongly modified lateral surface of the tibia. Both sexes (unlike those of most coelotines which usually have three promarginal and less than four retromarginal cheliceral teeth) have 6 or 7 promarginal and 5 or 6 retromarginal teeth
Distribution: East Asia
Relationships: sister to Ambanus
Composition: 2
Online Coelotinae should be cited as:       Wang, X. P. 2017. Online Coelotinae, version 2.0. Online at http://www.amaurobiidae.com
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