9, 27, 29), rather than a cribellum
found in "true amaurobiids," Tamgrinia, Arctobius, and some Macrobunus, or two patches of setae as in the subfamily Coelotinae, Ageleninae, and the family Cybaeidae.
It is only after reeling appears regularly in the repertoire of orbweavers (after the loss of the cribellum
among Araneoidea), that selective forces can help to mold this new tactic.
1 x of a field length); seam and posterior plate margin sclerotized (in male, cribellum
almost as wide as in female but with nonfunctional fields).
54 wide, fine detail of anal tubercle, spinnerets and cribellum
not clear, situated ventrally, advanced from the posterior margin (Figs.