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SPIDERS ARGIOPID^: The spiders included in this family have eight eyes, situated in two rows, the lateral eyes of both rows being usually adjacent if not in actual contact ; while the central eyes form a quadrangle. The tarsal claws are three, often with other supernumerary claws. The web is either an orbicular snare or consists of a sheet of webbing, beneath which the spiders hang and capture the prey as it falls upon the sheet. This immense family includes those usually sepa- rated under the names Epeirida, Linyphiidee, etc. 72. Meta segmentata (Clerck). Horsley, Wimbledon (F. P. S.). 73. Meta merianee (Scopoli). Carshalton. 74. Tetragnatha extensa (Linn.). Carshalton and Wimbledon. 75. Tetragnatha solandri (Scopoli). Horsley (F. P. S.). 76. Pachygnatha clerkii, Sundevall. Horsley (F. P. S.). 77. Pachygnatha degeerii, Sundevall. Horsley, Wimbledon (F. P. S.). 78. Cyclosa conlca (Pallas). Horsley (F. P. S.). 79. Zilla x -notata (Clerck). Horsley, Wimbledon (F. P. S.). 80. Zilla atrica, C. L. Koch. Horsley (F. P. S.). 8 1. Araneus cucurbitinus, Clerck. Horsley (F. P. S.). This and the following eight species are also known under the generic name Epeira. 82. Araneus diadematus, Clerck. Horsley, Wimbledon, Carshalton (F. P. S.). 83. Araneus cornutus, Clerck. River Wandle. Known also as Epeira apoclisa. 84. Araneus quadratus, Clerck. Wolcing. 85. Araneus umbraticus, Clerck. Horsley (F. P. S.). 86. Araneus redii, Scopoli. Wimbledon, Woking. Known also as Epeira solers. 87. Araneus triguttatus, Fabricius. Carshalton. Known also as Epeira agalena. 88. Araneus adiantus, Walckenaer. Woking, Bagshot. 89. Araneus marmoreus, Clerck. Horsley (F. P. S.). Known also as Epeira scalaris. 90. Linyphia clathrata, Sundevall. Wimbledon, Horsley (F. P. S.). Known also as Neriene marginata, Black- wall. 91. Linyphia hortensis, Sundevall. Wimbledon. Known also as L. pratensis, Blackwall. 92. Linyphia pusilla, Sundevall. Woking. Known also as L. fuliginea, Blackwall. 93. Linyphia montana (Clerck). Horsley (F. P. S.). Known also as L. marginata, Blackwall. 94. Linyphia triangularis (Clerck). Horsley, Wimbledon (F. P. S.). Known also as L. montana, Blackwall. 95. Linyphia peltata, Wider. Wimbledon. Known also as L. rubea, Blackwall. 96. Labulla thoracica (Wider). Wimbledon, Horsley (F. P. S.). Known also as Linyphia cauta, Blackwall. 97. Floronia bucculenta (Clerck). River Wandle. Known also as Linyphia frenata (Wider). 98. Stemonyphantes lineatus (Linn.). Horsley, Wimbledon (F. P. S.). Known also as Linyphia bucculenta, O. P.-C., and Neriene trilineata, Blackwall. 99. Drapetisca socialis (Sundevall). Horsley (F. P. S.). Known also under Linyphia socialis. 100. Tapinopa longidens (Wider). Horsley (F. P. S.;. Known also under Linyphia longiden,. 101. Lepthyphantes tenuis (Blackwall). Horsley, Wimbledon (F. P. S.). This and the following species included in this and the next genus are usually known under the name Linyphia. O2. Lepthyphantes blackwallii, Kulczynski. Carshalton.