Abstract: Spiders are one of the more diverse arthropod taxa, ranking seventh in global diversity, which makes them a fascinating group to study . The correct identification of many spider species is considered problematic due to complex variation in morphology . The Egyptian spider fauna are incompletely known due to scarcity of studies on this group especially in Upper Egypt. So, the present key for identifying terrestrial spiders at Qena Governorate is a part of a comprehensive study conducted at the region to study the ecology and taxonomy of this group. The present key was designed to facilitate identification of terrestrial spiders at Qena Governorate using their morphological characteristics. Samples of spiders were collected during a period of one year from February, till January, from six different sites covering Qena governorate.
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Ahmad al-Assad paints a wall of an old house with drawings at al-Mokhada village in Qena province, Egypt on June 17, Ahmad al-Assad, a year-old art teacher, decided to turn his village, located in Egypt's southern province of Qena, to an open-air museum during the anti-COVID lockdown. Ahmad al-Assad stands in front of a painted old house at al-Mokhada village in Qena province, Egypt on June 17, Photo taken on June 17, shows a painted old house in al-Mokhada village in Qena province, Egypt.