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meaning: "Baltic Cteniza"
Named By: K. Y. Eskov & S. L. Zonstein in 2000
Time Period: Early Eocene
Location: Poland - Baltic coast
Size: Carapace on thorax measures 1.13 millimetres. Abdomen measures 1.75 millimetres long. Total body length including the chelicerae (fangs) is 3.38 millimetres
Diet: Insectivore
Fossil(s): Single female preserved in amber
Classification: | Arthropoda | Arachnida | Araneae | Opisthothelae | Mygalomorphae | Ctenizidae |

Baltocteniza is an extinct monotypic genus of spider in the family Ctenizidae. At present, it contains the single species Baltocteniza kulickae. The genus is solely known from the Early Eocene Baltic amber deposits in the Baltic Sea region of Europe.

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