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See also List of Salticidae species

This is a list of all (about 560) described genera of Salticidae spiders (jumping spiders), as of December 2008[1].

The categorization into subfamilies follows mostly Joel Hallan's Biology Catalog. Note that this categorization is in parts not up to current research.

Contents

Aelurillinae

Aelurillinae

  • Aelurillini
  • Aelurillus Simon, 1884 — Eurasia, Africa (68 species)
  • Asianellus Logunov & Heciak, 1996 — palearctic (5 species)
  • Langelurillus Próchniewicz, 1994 — Africa (11 species)
  • Langona Simon, 1901 — Asia, Africa (35 species)
  • Microheros Wesolowska & Cumming, 1999 — Southern Africa (1 species)
  • Phlegra Simon, 1876 — Africa, Eurasia, North America (76 species)
  • Proszynskiana Logunov, 1996 — Central Asia (5 species)
  • Rafalus Prószynski, 1999 — Africa, Asia (8 species)
  • Stenaelurillus Simon, 1885 — South Africa to China (23 species)
  • Flacillulini
  • Afraflacilla Berland & Millot, 1941 — Africa, Middle East to Europe, Australia (17 species)
  • Flacillula Strand, 1932 — Southeast Asia (6 species)
  • Freyini
  • Aphirape C. L. Koch, 1850 — South America (8 species)
  • Capidava Simon, 1902 — South America (8 species)
  • Chira Peckham & Peckham, 1896 — Central and South America (16 species)
  • Edilemma Ruiz & Brescovit, 2006 — Brazil (1 species)
  • Eustiromastix Simon, 1902 — South America (11 species)
  • Freya C. L. Koch, 1850 — Central to South America, Pakistan (31 species)
  • Frigga C. L. Koch, 1850 — Central to South America, Australia (10 species)
  • Kalcerrytus Galiano, 2000 — South America (15 species)
  • Nycerella Galiano, 1982 — Central to South America (8 species)
  • Pachomius Peckham & Peckham, 1896 — Central to South America (6 species)
  • Phiale C. L. Koch, 1846 — Central to South America (36 species)
  • Sumampattus Galiano, 1983 — South America (3 species)
  • Trydarssus Galiano, 1995 — South America (2 species)
  • Tullgrenella Mello-Leitão, 1941 — South America (13 species)
  • Wedoquella Galiano, 1984 — South America (3 species)
  • Silerini
  • Siler Simon, 1889 — East Asia (8 species)

Agoriinae

Agoriinae

  • Agoriini
  • Agorius Thorell, 1877 — South Asia, New Guinea (7 species)
  • Dioleniini
  • Chalcolecta Simon, 1884 — Australia to Sulawesi (3 species)
  • Diolenius Thorell, 1870 — Moluccas to New Guinea (11 species)
  • Furculattus Balogh, 1980 — New Guinea, New Britain (1 species)
  • Lystrocteisa Simon, 1884 — New Caledonia (1 species)
  • Ohilimia Strand, 1911 — New Guinea, Moluccas, Australia (2 species)
  • Tarodes Pocock, 1899 — New Britain (1 species)
  • Piliini
  • Bristowia Reimoser, 1934 — Congo, Asia (2 species)
  • Pilia Simon, 1902 — South Asia, New Guinea (3 species)

Amycinae

Amycinae

  • Amycini
  • Acragas Simon, 1900 — Central and South America (20 species)
  • Albionella Chickering, 1946 — French Guiana, Panama (3 species)
  • Amycus C. L. Koch, 1846 — Mexico, South America (13 species)
  • Arnoliseus Braul, 2002 — Brazil (2 species)
  • Encolpius Simon, 1900 — South America (3 species)
  • Frespera Braul & Lise, 2002 — Venezuela (2 species)
  • Hypaeus Simon, 1900 — Central and South America (19 species)
  • Idastrandia Strand, 1929 — Singapore (1 species)
  • Letoia Simon, 1900 — Venezuela (1 species)
  • Mago O. P.-Cambridge, 1882 — South America, Sri Lanka (12 species)
  • Noegus Simon, 1900 — Central to South America (22 species)
  • Vinnius Simon, 1902 — Brazil, Argentina (4 species)
  • Wallaba Mello-Leitão, 1940 — West Indies, Guyana (3 species)
  • Astiini
  • Adoxotoma Simon, 1909 — Australia, New Zealand (6 species)
  • Anaurus Simon, 1900 — Brazil (1 species)
  • Arasia Simon, 1901 — Australia, New Guinea (3 species)
  • Aruana Strand, 1911 — New Guinea, Aru Islands (2 species)
  • Astia L. Koch, 1879 — Australia (3 species)
  • Helpis Simon, 1901 — Australia, New Guinea (8 species)
  • Jacksonoides Wanless, 1988 — Australia (7 species)
  • Megaloastia Zabka, 1995 — Australia (1 species)
  • Orthrus Simon, 1900 — Philippines, Borneo (4 species)
  • Sondra Wanless, 1988 — Australia (15 species)
  • Tara Peckham & Peckham, 1886 — Australia, Lord Howe Island (3 species)
  • Tauala Wanless, 1988 — Australia, Taiwan (8 species)
  • Huriini
  • Admesturius Galiano, 1988 — Chile, Argentina (2 species)
  • Atelurius Simon, 1901 — Venezuela, Brazil (1 species)
  • Hisukattus Galiano, 1987 — Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay (4 species)
  • Hurius Simon, 1901 — South America (4 species)
  • Maenola Simon, 1900 — South America (3 species)
  • Scoturius Simon, 1901 — Paraguay, Argentina (1 species)
  • Simonurius Galiano, 1988 — Argentina, Venezuela (4 species)
  • Hyetusini
  • Agelista Simon, 1900 — South America (1 species)
  • Arachnomura Mello-Leitão, 1917 — Argentina, Brazil (2 species)
  • Atomosphyrus Simon, 1902 — Argentina, Chile (2 species)
  • Bredana Gertsch, 1936 — USA (2 species)
  • Hyetussa Simon, 1902 — South America (6 species)
  • Tanybelus Simon, 1902 — Venezuela (1 species)
  • Titanattus Peckham & Peckham, 1885 — Central to South America (7 species)
  • Scopocirini
  • Cylistella Simon, 1901 — Central to South America (7 species)
  • Cyllodania Simon, 1902 — Central to South America (2 species)
  • Gypogyna Simon, 1900 — Paraguay, Argentina (1 species)
  • Scopocira Simon, 1900 — Panama to South America (9 species)
  • Toloella Chickering, 1946 — Panama (1 species)
  • Thiodinini
  • Banksetosa Chickering, 1946 — Panama (2 species)
  • Carabella Chickering, 1946 — Panama (2 species)
  • Ceriomura Simon, 1901 — Brazil, Peru (2 species)
  • Cotinusa Simon, 1900 — Mexico to South America (29 species)
  • Monaga Chickering, 1946 — Panama (1 species)
  • Parathiodina Bryant, 1943 — Hispaniola (1 species)
  • Thiodina Simon, 1900 — USA to South America (20 species)

Ballinae

Ballinae

  • Ballini
  • Ballognatha Caporiacco, 1935Karakorum (1 species; nomen dubium?)
  • Ballus C. L. Koch, 1850 — Europe, North Africa, Japan, Burma, Sri Lanka (10 species)
  • Baviola Simon, 1898 — Seychelles (3 species)
  • Colaxes Simon, 1900 — Sri Lanka, India (3 species)
  • Cynapes Simon, 1900 — Seychelles, Mauritius, Rodrigues (4 species)
  • Goleta Peckham & Peckham, 1894 — Madagascar (2 species)
  • Marengo Peckham & Peckham, 1892 — Sri Lanka, Thailand (6 species)
  • Pachyballus Simon, 1900 — Africa, Bioko, Yemen, New Caledonia (7 species)
  • Padilla Peckham & Peckham, 1894 — Madagascar, Java (18 species)
  • Peplometus Simon, 1900 — West, South Africa (2 species)
  • Philates Simon, 1900 — Indonesia, Philippines, New Guinea (10 species)
  • Planiemen Wesolowska & van Harten, 2007 — Yemen (1 species)
  • Sadies Wanless, 1984 — Seychelles (5 species)
  • Copocrossini

Cocalodinae

  • Cocalodinae
  • Allococalodes Wanless, 1982 — New Guinea (2 species)
  • Cocalodes Pocock, 1897 — Indonesia, New Guinea (12 species)
  • Cucudeta Maddison, 2009 — New Guinea (3 species)
  • Tabuina Maddison, 2009 — New Guinea (3 species)
  • Yamangalea Maddison, 2009 — New Guinea (1 species)

Dendryphantinae

Dendryphantinae

Euophryinae

Euophryinae

  • incertae sedis
  • Aruattus Logunov & Azarkina, 2008 — Indonesia (1 species)
  • Saaristattus Logunov & Azarkina, 2008 — Malaysia (1 species)
  • Amphidrausini
  • Amphidraus Simon, 1900 — Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia (4 species)
  • Nebridia Simon, 1902 — Venezuela, Argentina, Hispaniola (4 species)
  • Athamini
  • Athamas O. P.-Cambridge, 1877 — Oceania (6 species)
  • Bellienini
  • Agobardus Keyserling, 1885 — West Indies (11 species)
  • Antillattus Bryant, 1943 — Hispaniola (2 species)
  • Belliena Simon, 1902 — Venezuela, Trinidad (4 species)
  • Dinattus Bryant, 1943 — Hispaniola (3 species)
  • Mirandia Badcock, 1932 — Paraguay (1 species)
  • Chalcoscirtini
  • Chalcoscirtus Bertkau, 1880 — Eurasia, USA (42 species)
  • Darwinneon Cutler, 1971 — Galapagos Islands (1 species)
  • Dolichoneon Caporiacco, 1935 — Karakorum (1 species)
  • Neon Simon, 1876 — Americas, Eurasia, North Africa (25 species)
  • Neonella Gertsch, 1936 — Americas (11 species)
  • Coccorchestini
  • Coccorchestes Thorell, 1881 — New Guinea, Australia, New Britain (40 species)
  • Omoedus Thorell, 1881 — New Guinea, Moluccas, Fiji (4 species)
  • Poecilorchestes Simon, 1901 — New Guinea (1 species)
  • Cytaeini
  • Ascyltus Karsch, 1878 — Pacific Islands, Queensland (9 species)
  • Bathippus Thorell, 1892 — Australasia (31 species)
  • Canama Simon, 1903 — Borneo to Queensland (6 species)
  • Cytaea Keyserling, 1882 — Burma to Australia (36 species)
  • Euryattus Thorell, 1881 — Sri Lanka to Australia (8 species)
  • Xenocytaea Berry, Beatty & Prószyński, 1998 — Fiji, Caroline Islands (5 species)
  • Emathini
  • Bindax Thorell, 1892 — Sulawesi, Solomon Islands (2 species)
  • Emathis Simon, 1899 — Sumatra to Philippines, West Indies (10 species)
  • Gedea Simon, 1902 — China, Vietnam, Java (5 species)
  • Lepidemathis Simon, 1903 — Philippines (2 species)
  • Lophostica Simon, 1902 — Mauritus, Reunion (3 species)
  • Pristobaeus Simon, 1902 — Sulawesi (1 species)
  • Pseudemathis Simon, 1902 — Mauritius, Reunion (1 species)
  • Akela Peckham & Peckham, 1896 — Guatemala to Argentina, Pakistan (3 species)
  • Anasaitis Bryant, 1950 — West Indies, USA (5 species)
  • Asaphobelis Simon, 1902 — Brazil (1 species)
  • Chalcotropis Simon, 1902 — India to Philippines, Tonga (9 species)
  • Chapoda Peckham & Peckham, 1896 — Guatemala to Brazil (4 species)
  • Charippus Thorell, 1895 — Burma (1 species)
  • Chinattus Logunov, 1999 — Iran to Vietnam, North America (12 species)
  • Chloridusa Simon, 1902 — Peru, Brazil (1 species)
  • Cobanus F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1900 — Mexico to Venezuela, Hispaniola, Borneo (16 species)
  • Colyttus Thorell, 1891 — China to Moluccas (2 species)
  • Commoris Simon, 1902 — West Indies (3 species)
  • Coryphasia Simon, 1902 — Brazil (10 species)
  • Donoessus Simon, 1902 — Sumatra, Borneo (2 species)
  • Ergane L. Koch, 1881 — Borneo to Caroline Islands, Australia (4 species)
  • Euophrys C. L. Koch, 1834 — worldwide (116 species)
  • Habrocestoides Prószyński, 1992 — India, Nepal (6 species)
  • Habrocestum Simon, 1876 — Eurasia, Africa, Australia, Solomon Islands (44 species)
  • Hypoblemum Peckham & Peckham, 1886 — Australia (2 species)
  • Klamathia Peckham & Peckham, 1903 — South Africa (1 species)
  • Lagnus L. Koch, 1879 — Fiji (1 species)
  • Lakarobius Berry, Beatty & Prószyński, 1998 — Fiji (1 species)
  • Mexigonus Edwards, 2002 — USA, Mexico (4 species)
  • Mopiopia Simon, 1902 — Brazil (3 species)
  • Muziris Simon, 1901 — Australia, Oceania (7 species)
  • Naphrys Edwards, 2002 — Canada to Mexico (4 species)
  • Ocnotelus Simon, 1902 — Brazil, Argentina (3 species)
  • Palpelius Simon, 1903 — Borneo to Australia, New Zealand (11 species)
  • Parevophrys Petrunkevitch, 1942 — fossil, oligocene
  • Phaulostylus Simon, 1902 — Madagascar(4 species)
  • Pignus Wesolowska, 2000 — Tanzania, South Africa (2 species)
  • Pseudeuophrys Dahl, 1912 — Palearctic, introduced to USA (8 species)
  • Rhyphelia Simon, 1902 — Venezuela, Brazil (1 species)
  • Saitidops Simon, 1901 — Jamaica, Venezuela (2 species)
  • Semnolius Simon, 1902 — Argentina, Brazil (3 species)
  • Sidusa Peckham & Peckham, 1895 — Central to South America (17 species)
  • Sigytes Simon, 1902 — Sri Lanka, Australia to Fiji (3 species)
  • Siloca Simon, 1902 — West Indies, South America (9 species)
  • Talavera Peckham & Peckham, 1909 — Europe to Japan, North America (15 species)
  • Tanzania Kocak & Kemal, 2008 — Tanzania (3 species) (Replacement name for Lilliput, 2000)
  • Tariona Simon, 1902 — Brazil, Cuba (5 species)
  • Thyenula Simon, 1902 — Africa (8 species)
  • Tylogonus Simon, 1902 — Central to South America (9 species)
  • Udvardya Prószyński, 1992 — New Guinea (1 species)
  • Hermotimini
  • Laufeiini
  • Laufeia Simon, 1889 — China to Japan to Java, New Zealand (10 species)
  • Pselcis Simon, 1903 — Philippines (1 species)
  • Pensacolini
  • Compsodecta Simon, 1903 — Central America, West Indies (6 species)
  • Paradecta Bryant, 1950 — Jamaica (4 species)
  • Pellolessertia Strand, 1929 — Central Africa (1 species)
  • Pensacola Peckham & Peckham, 1885 — Central and South America (15 species)
  • Pensacolops Bauab, 1983 — Brazil (1 species)
  • Saitini
  • Caribattus Bryant, 1950 — Jamaica (1 species)
  • Ilargus Simon, 1901 — Brazil, Guyana, Venezuela (4 species)
  • Jotus L. Koch, 1881 — Australia, New Zealand (8 species)
  • Lauharulla Keyserling, 1883 — Tahiti, Australia (2 species)
  • Lycidas Karsch, 1878 — Australia, China (20 species)
  • Maeota Simon, 1901 — Brazil (1 species)
  • Maeotella Bryant, 1950 — Jamaica, Hispaniola (1 species)
  • Maratus Karsch, 1878 — Australia (7 species)
  • Parajotus Peckham & Peckham, 1903 — Africa (3 species)
  • Parasaitis Bryant, 1950 — Jamaica (1 species)
  • Prostheclina Keyserling, 1882 — Eastern Australia (7 species)
  • Saitis Simon, 1876 — worldwide (33 species)
  • Saitissus Roewer, 1938 — New Guinea (1 species)
  • Salpesia Simon, 1901 — Australia, Seychelles (5 species)
  • Servaea Simon, 1888 — Australia, Java (6 species)
  • Spilargini
  • Spilargis Simon, 1902 — New Guinea (1 species)
  • Thorelliola Strand, 1942 — Malaysia to New Guinea, Hawai'i (10 species)
  • Thianiini
  • Micalula Strand, 1932 — Panama (1 species)
  • Nicylla Thorell, 1890 — Sumatra (1 species)
  • Thianella Strand, 1907 — Java (1 species)
  • Thiania C. L. Koch, 1846 — Pakistan to Philippines, Hawai'i (18 species)
  • Thianitara Simon, 1903 — Sumatra (1 species)
  • Tritini
  • Opisthoncana Strand, 1913 — New Ireland (1 species)
  • Trite Simon, 1885 — Australia, New Zealand, Oceania (18 species)
  • Zenodorini
  • Corythalia C. L. Koch, 1850 — USA to Argentina (73 species)
  • Margaromma Keyserling, 1882 — Australia, Oceania, Cameroon (12 species)
  • Pseudocorythalia Caporiacco, 1938 — Guatemala (1 species)
  • Pystira Simon, 1901 — New Guinea, Indonesia, Pakistan (5 species)
  • Stoidis Simon, 1901Mona Island to Venezuela (3 species)
  • Zenodorus Peckham & Peckham, 1886 — Australia, New Guinea, Oceania (23 species)

Hasariinae

Hasariinae

  • Hasariini
  • Curubis Simon, 1902 — Sri Lanka, India (4 species)
  • Echeclus Thorell, 1890 — Malaysia (1 species)
  • Encymachus Simon, 1902 — Africa (2 species)
  • Epidelaxia Simon, 1902 — Sri Lanka (3 species)
  • Hasarius Simon, 1871 — (28 species)
  • Longarenus Simon, 1903 — Equatorial Guinea (1 species)
  • Mantius Thorell, 1891 — Malaysia, Indonesia (5 species)
  • Marma Simon, 1902 — South America (3 species)
  • Nannenus Simon, 1902 — Singapore (2 species)
  • Ogdenia Peckham & Peckham, 1908 — Borneo (1 species)
  • Panysinus Simon, 1901 — Southeast Asia (5 species)
  • Phausina Simon, 1902 — Sri Lanka, Java (4 species)
  • Rhondes Simon, 1889 — New Caledonia (1 species)
  • Roeweriella Kratochvíl, 1932 — Croatia, Bosnia-Hercegovina (1 species)
  • Tarne Simon, 1885 — West Africa (1 species)
  • Tusitala Peckham & Peckham, 1902 — Africa, Yemen (9 species)
  • Uxuma Simon, 1902 — Gabon (1 species)
  • Viroqua Peckham & Peckham, 1901 — Australia (1 species)
  • Microhasariini
  • Maileus Peckham & Peckham, 1907 — Borneo (1 species)
  • Microhasarius Simon, 1902 — Borneo, Java (2 species)

Heliophaninae

Heliophaninae

  • Bacelarella Berland & Millot, 1941 — Africa (7 species)
  • Carrhotus Thorell, 1891 — Africa, Palearctic, Madagascar, South Asia (23 species)
  • Ceglusa Thorell, 1895 — Burma (1 species)
  • Chrysilla Thorell, 1887 — Africa, Asia, Australia (6 species)
  • Cosmophasis Simon, 1901 — Africa, Southeast Asia to Australia (45 species)
  • Echinussa Simon, 1901 — Madagascar (3 species)
  • Epocilla Thorell, 1887 — South Asia, Seychelles, Hawai'i, Mauritius (10 species)
  • Festucula Simon, 1901 — Africa (3 species)
  • Hakka Berry & Prószyński, 2001 — China to Japan, Hawai'i (1 species)
  • Helicius Zabka, 1981 — Russia, Korea, Bhutan, Japan (5 species)
  • Heliophanillus Prószyński, 1989 — Mediterranean to Central Asia, Yemen, Socotra (2 species)
  • Heliophanoides Prószyński, 1992 — India, Bhutan (3 species)
  • Heliophanus C. L. Koch, 1833 — Africa, Eurasia, Australia (149 species)
  • Helvetia Peckham & Peckham, 1894 — South America, Galapagos Islands (11 species)
  • Icius Simon, 1876 — Africa, Eurasia, Central to South America, Micronesia (29 species)
  • Jaluiticola Roewer, 1944 — Marshall Islands (1 species)
  • Maltecora Simon, 1910 — Principe, São Tomé (3 species)
  • Matagaia Ruiz, Brescovit & Freitas, 2007 — Brasil (1 species)
  • Marchena Peckham & Peckham, 1909 — USA (1 species)
  • Menemerus Simon, 1868 — Pantropical, Europe (64 species)
  • Natta Karsch, 1879 — Africa, Madagascar, São Tomé (2 species)
  • Orsima Simon, 1901 — Africa, South Asia (2 species)
  • Paraheliophanus Clark & Benoit, 1977St. Helena (4 species)
  • Phintella Strand, 1906 — Eurasia, Africa (39 species)
  • Pseudicius Simon, 1885 — Africa, Eurasia (79 species)
  • Tasa Wesolowska, 1981 — China, Korea, Japan (2 species)
  • Theriella Braul & Lise, 1996 — Brazil, Argentina (3 species)
  • Yepoella Galiano, 1970 — Argentina (1 species)

Hisponinae

Hisponinae

  • Bavia Simon, 1877 — Vietnam to Australia, Madagascar (15 species)
  • Diplocanthopoda Abraham, 1925 — Malaysia, New Guinea (2 species)
  • Hispo Simon, 1885 — Madagascar, Africa, India, Seychelles (11 species)
  • Massagris Simon, 1900 — South Africa (5 species)
  • Orvilleus Chickering, 1946 — Panama (1 species)
  • Piranthus Thorell, 1895 — India, Burma (2 species)
  • Rogmocrypta Simon, 1900 — Singapore, Philippines, New Caledonia (3 species)
  • Stagetillus Simon, 1885 — Sumatra, Malaysia, Sri Lanka (4 species)
  • Stenodeza Simon, 1900 — Brazil, Argentina (3 species)
  • Tomocyrba Simon, 1900 — Madagascar, Africa (8 species)

Leptorchestinae

Leptorchestinae

Lyssomaninae

Lyssomaninae

  • Asemonea O. P.-Cambridge, 1869 — Africa, Madagascar, Asia, Australia (21 species)
  • Chinoscopus Simon, 1901 — South America (4 species)
  • Goleba Wanless, 1980 — Africa, Madagascar, Seychelles (5 species)
  • Lyssomanes Hentz, 1845 — Florida to South America (80 species)
  • Macopaeus Simon, 1900 — Madagascar (1 species)
  • Onomastus Simon, 1900 — Sri Lanka, India, Vietnam, Borneo, Japan (7 species)
  • Pachyonomastus Caporiacco, 1947 — East Africa (1 species)
  • Pandisus Simon, 1900 — Madagascar, India (6 species)

Marpissinae

Marpissinae

  • Holoplatysini
  • Holoplatys Simon, 1885 — Australia, Tasmania, New Caledonia, New Zealand (38 species)
  • Ocrisiona Simon, 1901 — Australia, China, New Zealand (14 species)
  • Zebraplatys Zabka, 1992 — Australia, Taiwan (5 species)
  • Itatini
  • Admestina Peckham & Peckham, 1888 — North America (3 species)
  • Attidops Banks, 1905 — Mexico to Canada (4 species)
  • Itata Peckham & Peckham, 1894 — South America (5 species)
  • Maeviini
  • Balmaceda Peckham & Peckham, 1894 — Central and South America (9 species)
  • Fuentes Peckham & Peckham, 1894 — Honduras (1 species)
  • Maevia C. L. Koch, 1846 — Americas, Sumatra (11 species)
  • Metacyrba F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1901 — Venezuela to USA, Hispaniola, Galapagos Islands (6 species)
  • Marpissini
  • Abracadabrella Zabka, 1991 — Australia (3 species)
  • Breda Peckham & Peckham, 1894 — South America (14 species)
  • Clynotis Simon, 1901 — Australia, New Zealand (8 species)
  • Clynotoides Mello-Leitão, 1944 — Argentina (1 species)
  • Fritzia O. P.-Cambridge, 1879 — Brazil, Argentina (1 species)
  • Hyctiota Strand, 1911 — Moluccas (1 species)
  • Marpissa C. L. Koch, 1846 — Americas, Eurasia, New Zealand, Cameroon (50 species)
  • Mendoza Peckham & Peckham, 1894 — Eurasia, North Africa (8 species)
  • Naubolus Simon, 1901 — South America (9 species)
  • Platycryptus Hill, 1979 — Americas (4 species)
  • Psecas C. L. Koch, 1850 — South America (14 species)
  • Simaethini
  • Heratemita Strand, 1932 — Philippines, Sumatra (2 species)
  • Iona Peckham & Peckham, 1886 — Tonga (1 species)
  • Irura Peckham & Peckham, 1901 — Southeast Asia, China (10 species)
  • Ligurra Simon, 1903 — Malaysia to Indonesia, Caroline Islands (3 species)
  • Opisthoncus L. Koch, 1880 — Australia, New Guinea (33 species)
  • Phyaces Simon, 1902 — Sri Lanka (1 species)
  • Porius Thorell, 1892 — New Guinea (2 species)
  • Simaetha Thorell, 1881 — Australasia, Africa (20 species)
  • Simaethula Simon, 1902 — Australia (7 species)
  • Stergusa Simon, 1889 — Sri Lanka, New Caledonia (4 species)
  • Stertinius Simon, 1890 — Southeast Asia, Japan (12 species)
  • Uroballus Simon, 1902 — Sri Lanka, Vietnam (3 species)
  • Vatovia Caporiacco, 1940 — Ethiopia (1 species)

Myrmarachninae

Myrmarachninae

  • Ligonipini
  • Ligonipes Karsch, 1878 — Australia, New Guinea (6 species)
  • Rhombonotus L. Koch, 1879 — Australia (1 species)
  • Myrmarachnini
  • Arachnotermes Mello-Leitão, 1928 — Brazil (1 species)
  • Belippo Simon, 1910 — Africa (7 species)
  • Bocus Peckham & Peckham, 1892 — Borneo, Philippines (3 species)
  • Damoetas Peckham & Peckham, 1886 — Borneo, Australia (3 species)
  • Myrmarachne MacLeay, 1839 — worldwide (205 species)
  • Panachraesta Simon, 1900 — Sri Lanka (1 species)

Pelleninae

Pelleninae

  • Bianorini
  • Bianor Peckham & Peckham, 1886 — Africa, Eurasia, Oceania (25 species)
  • Cembalea Wesolowska, 1993 — Africa (3 species)
  • Microbianor Logunov, 2000 — Seychelles (3 species)
  • Modunda Simon, 1901 — Egypt to India, China (2 species)
  • Neaetha Simon, 1884 — Africa, Europe, Arabia (12 species)
  • Sibianor Logunov, 2001 — Holarctic, Kenya (13 species)
  • Harmochirini
  • Pellenini
  • Habronattus F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1901 — Central, North America (97 species)
  • Havaika Prószyński, 2002 — Hawai'i, Marquesas (26 species)
  • Iranattus Prószyński, 1992 — Iran (1 species)
  • Mogrus Simon, 1882 — Africa, Eurasia (27 species)
  • Monomotapa Wesolowska, 2000 — Zimbabwe (1 species)
  • Paraneaetha Denis, 1947 — Egypt (1 species)
  • Pellenes Simon, 1876 — Africa, Eurasia, North America, Australia (82 species)

Plexippinae

Plexippinae Blackwall, 1841

  • Baryphini
  • Polemus Simon, 1902 — Sierra Leone (2 species)
  • Baryphas Simon, 1902 — Africa (5 species)
  • Hyllini
  • Brancus Simon, 1902 — Africa (6 species)
  • Diagondas Simon, 1902 — (1 species)
  • Evarcha Simon, 1902 — (76 species)
  • Gangus Simon, 1902 — Australia, Philippines (4 species)
  • Hyllus C. L. Koch, 1846 — Africa, Asia, Australia (70 species)
  • Pachypoessa Simon, 1902 — Africa, Madagascar (2 species)
  • Philaeus Thorell, 1869 — Africa, Palearctic, Guatemala, Galapagos Islands (13 species)
  • Plexippini
  • Afrobeata Caporiacco, 1941 — Africa (3 species)
  • Alfenus Simon, 1902 — West Central Africa (2 species)
  • Anarrhotus Simon, 1902 — Malaysia (1 species)
  • Artabrus Simon, 1902 — Singapore to Philippines, Gilbert Islands (3 species)
  • Burmattus Prószyński, 1992 — Burma to Japan (3 species)
  • Dasycyptus Simon, 1902 — Africa (2 species)
  • Dexippus Thorell, 1891 — India, Sumatra, Taiwan (3 species)
  • Giuiria Strand, 1906 — Ethiopia (1 species)
  • Malloneta Simon, 1902 — West Africa (1 species)
  • Pancorius Simon, 1902 — Southern Asia, Palearctic (27 species)
  • Paraplexippus Franganillo, 1930 — Cuba (2 species)
  • Penionomus Simon, 1903 — Pakistan, New Caledonia (3 species)
  • Pharacocerus Simon, 1902 — Africa, Madagascar (7 species)
  • Plexippoides Prószyński, 1984 — Asia, Mediterranean (19 species)
  • Plexippus C. L. Koch, 1846 — worldwide (35 species)
  • Pochyta Simon, 1901 — Africa, Madagascar (14 species)
  • Pseudamycus Simon, 1885 — India to New Guinea (10 species)
  • Pseudoplexippus Caporiacco, 1947 — Tanzania (1 species)
  • Ptocasius Simon, 1885 — Asia (12 species)
  • Schenkelia Lessert, 1927 — Africa (4 species)
  • Taivala Peckham & Peckham, 1907 — Borneo (1 species)
  • Tamigalesus Zabka, 1988 — Sri Lanka (1 species)
  • Telamonia Thorell, 1887 — (36 species)
  • Thiratoscirtus Simon, 1886 — Africa, South America (7 species)
  • Wesolowskana Kocak & Kemal, 2008 — Cap Verde (2 species) (replacement name for Luxuria Wesolowska, 1989)
  • Yaginumaella Prószyński, 1979 — Russia, Bhutan, Nepal, China, Japan (39 species)
  • Yogetor Wesolowska & Russell-Smith, 2000 — Tanzania (2 species)
  • Sandalodini
  • Mopsolodes Zabka, 1991 — Australia (1 species)
  • Mopsus Karsch, 1878 — Australia, New Guinea (1 species)
  • Sandalodes Keyserling, 1883 — (9 species)
  • Thyenini
  • Thyene Simon, 1885 — (42 species)
  • Thyenillus Simon, 1910 — Bioko (1 species)
  • Viciriini
  • Asaracus C. L. Koch, 1846 — South America (6 species)
  • Epeus Peckham & Peckham, 1886 — (13 species)
  • Erasinus Simon, 1899 — Indonesia (3 species)
  • Poessa Simon, 1902 — Madagascar (1 species)
  • Viciria Thorell, 1877 — (38 species)

Salticinae

Salticinae Blackwall, 1841

  • Salticus Latreille, 1804 — worldwide (48 species)

Sitticinae

Sitticinae

  • Aillutticus Galiano, 1987 — Argentina, Brazil (8 species)
  • Amatorculus Ruiz & Brescovit, 2005 — Brazil (2 species)
  • Attulus Simon, 1889 — Europe (1 species) (possibly belongs to Sitticus)
  • Capeta Ruiz & Brescovit, 2005 — Brazil (2 species)
  • Gavarilla Ruiz & Brescovit, 2006 — Brazil (2 species)
  • Jollas Simon, 1901 — Central to South America, Pakistan (11 species)
  • Nosferattus Ruiz & Brescovit, 2005 — Brazil (5 species)
  • Pseudattulus Caporiacco, 1947 — Venezuela, Guyana (2 species)
  • Semiopyla Simon, 1901 — Mexico to Argentina (3 species)
  • Sitticus Simon, 1901 — Eurasia, Africa, Americas, Galapagos Islands (82 species)
  • Yllenus Simon, 1868 — Eurasia, North Africa (67 species)

Spartaeinae

Spartaeinae Wanless, 1984

  • Cocalini
  • Cocalus C. L. Koch, 1846 — Indonesia, New Guinea, Australia (4 species)
  • Phaeacius Simon, 1900 — India to Philippines and China (12 species)
  • Cocalodini
  • Sonoita Peckham & Peckham, 1903 — Ivory Coast, South Africa (1 species)
  • Gelotia Thorell, 1890 — Southern Asia (7 species)
  • Cyrbini
  • Cyrba Simon, 1876 — Africa, Madagascar, Comoro Islands, Asia (12 species)
  • Paracyrba Zabka & Kovac, 1996 — Malaysia (1 species)
  • Holcolaetis Simon, 1885 — Africa, Yemen, Pakistan (8 species)
  • Spartaeini
  • Araneotanna Özdikmen & Kury, 2006 (replacement for Tanna Berland, 1938)New Hebrides (1 species)
  • Brettus Thorell, 1895 — southern Asia, Madagascar (7 species)
  • Cenattus Petrunkevitch, 1942 — fossil, oligocene
  • Eolinus Petrunkevitch, 1942 — fossil, oligocene
  • Lapsias Simon, 1900 — Venezuela, Guyana (6 species)
  • Meleon Wanless, 1984 — Africa, Madagascar (8 species)
  • Mintonia Wanless, 1984 — Japan, Malaysia to Indonesia (11 species)
  • Neobrettus Wanless, 1984 — Bhutan, Vietnam to Indonesia (5 species)
  • Paralinus Petrunkevitch, 1942 — fossil, oligocene
  • Portia Karsch, 1878 — Asia, Africa, Madagascar, Australia (17 species)
  • Sparbambus Zhang, Woon & Li, 2006 — Malaysia (1 species)
  • Spartaeus Thorell, 1891 — southern Asia (13 species)
  • Taraxella Wanless, 1984 — Malaysia, Indonesia (5 species)
  • Veissella Wanless, 1984 — South Africa (2 species)
  • Wanlessia Wijesinghe, 1992 — Taiwan, Borneo (2 species)
  • Yaginumanis Wanless, 1984 — China, Japan (3 species)

Synagelinae

Synagelinae

  • Augustaeini
  • Augustaea Szombathy, 1915 — Singapore (1 species)
  • Leptorchestini
  • Araegeus Simon, 1901 — Southern Africa (2 species)
  • Depreissia Lessert, 1942 — Borneo, Congo (2 species)
  • Enoplomischus Giltay, 1931 — Africa (2 species)
  • Kima Peckham & Peckham, 1902 — Africa (5 species)
  • Leptorchestes Thorell, 1870 — Europe to Turkmenistan, Algeria (6 species)
  • Sarindoides Mello-Leitão, 1922 — Brazil (1 species)
  • Peckhamiini
  • Consingis Simon, 1900 — Brazil, Argentina (1 species)
  • Peckhamia Simon, 1901 — Americas (7 species)
  • Uluella Chickering, 1946 — Panama (1 species)
  • Synagelini
  • Allodecta Bryant, 1950 — Jamaica (1 species)
  • Cheliferoides F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1901 — USA to Panama (3 species)
  • Descanso Peckham & Peckham, 1892 — Brazil, Peru, Panama, Hispaniola (10 species)
  • Mexcala Peckham & Peckham, 1902 — Africa, Yemen, Iran (8 species)
  • Paradescanso Vellard, 1924 — Brazil (1 species)
  • Pseudopartona Caporiacco, 1954 — French Guiana (1 species)
  • Pseudosynagelides Zabka, 1991 — Australia (6 species)
  • Synageles Simon, 1876 — Palearctic, North America, Egypt (19 species)
  • Synagelides Strand, 1906 — Russia, Asia (34 species)

Synemosyninae

Synemosyninae

  • Sarindini
  • Erica Peckham & Peckham, 1892 — Panama to Brazil (1 species)
  • Martella Peckham & Peckham, 1892 — Mexico to South America (12 species)
  • Parafluda Chickering, 1946 — Panama to Argentina (1 species)
  • Sarinda Peckham & Peckham, 1892 — southern USA to Argentina (17 species)
  • Sobasini
  • Fluda Peckham & Peckham, 1892 — South America (11 species)
  • Pseudofluda Mello-Leitão, 1928 — Brazil (1 species)
  • Sobasina Simon, 1898 — Oceania (14 species)
  • Synemosynini
  • Corcovetella Galiano, 1975 — Brazil (1 species)
  • Synemosyna Hentz, 1846 — USA to South America (19 species)
  • Zunigini
  • Proctonemesia Bauab & Soares, 1978 — Brazil (2 species)
  • Simprulla Simon, 1901 — Panama to Argentina (2 species)
  • Zuniga Peckham & Peckham, 1892 — Panama to Brazil (2 species)

incertae sedis

  • Afromarengo Benjamin, 2004 — Africa (2 species)
  • Anokopsis Bauab & Soares, 1980 — Brazil (1 species)
  • Attoides Brongniart, 1901 — fossil, oligocene
  • Bulolia Zabka, 1996 — New Guinea (2 species)
  • Cavillator Wesolowska, 2000 — Zimbabwe (1 species)
  • Cheliceroides Zabka, 1985 — China, Vietnam (1 species)
  • Eburneana Wesolowska & Szüts, 2001 — Africa (3 species)
  • Eoattopsis Petrunkevitch, 1955 — fossil
  • Eupoa Zabka, 1985 — China, Vietnam (7 species)
  • Eyukselus Özdikmen, 2007 (renamed from Propetes Menge, 1854 [1]) — fossil, oligocene
  • Galianora Maddison, 2006 — Ecuador (2 species)
  • Gambaquezonia Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 — Philippines (1 species)
  • Ghumattus Prószyński, 1992 — India (1 species)
  • Gorgopsina Petrunkevitch, 1955 — fossil
  • Gramenca Rollard & Wesolowska, 2002 — Guinea (1 species)
  • Grayenulla Zabka, 1992 — Australia (7 species)
  • Haplopsecas Caporiacco, 1955 — Venezuela (1 species)
  • Hasarina Schenkel, 1963 — China (1 species)
  • Hindumanes Logunov, 2004 — India (1 species)
  • Hinewaia Zabka & Pollard, 2002 — New Zealand (1 species)
  • Huntiglennia Zabka & Gray, 2004 — New South Wales (1 species)
  • Imperceptus Prószyński, 1992 — India (1 species)
  • Indomarengo Benjamin, 2004 — Indonesia (3 species)
  • Jajpurattus Prószyński, 1992 — India (1 species)
  • Judalana Rix, 1999 — Queensland (1 species)
  • Lamottella Rollard & Wesolowska, 2002 — Guinea (1 species)
  • Langerra Zabka, 1985 — China, Vietnam (2 species)
  • Lechia Zabka, 1985 — China, Vietnam (1 species)
  • Leikung Benjamin, 2004 — Malaysia, Indonesia (2 species)
  • Madhyattus Prószyński, 1992 — India (1 species)
  • Magyarus Zabka, 1985 — Vietnam (1 species)
  • Mashonarus Wesolowska & Cumming, 2002 — Africa (2 species)
  • Meata Zabka, 1985 — China, Vietnam (2 species)
  • Mikrus Wesolowska, 2001 — Africa (1 species)
  • Necatia Özdikmen, 2007 — China (1 species)
  • Nigorella Wesolowska & Tomasiewicz, 2008 — Africa (2 species)
  • Nimbarus Rollard & Wesolowska, 2002 — Guinea (1 species)
  • Nungia Zabka, 1985 — China, Vietnam (1 species)
  • Onofre Ruiz & Brescovit, 2007 — Brazil (3 species)
  • Orissania Prószyński, 1992 — India (1 species)
  • Paraphilaeus Zabka, 2003 — Australia (1 species)
  • Paraplatoides Zabka, 1992 — Australia, New Caledonia (6 species)
  • Platypsecas Caporiacco, 1955 — Venezuela (1 species)
  • Rishaschia Makhan, 2006 — Surinam (1 species)
  • Saraina Wanless & Clark, 1975 — West Africa (1 species)
  • Similaria Prószyński, 1992 — India (1 species)
  • Soesiladeepakius Makhan, 2007 — Suriname (1 species)
  • Soesilarishius Makhan, 2007 — Suriname (1 species)
  • Steneattus Bronn, 1856 — fossil, oligocene
  • Stichius Thorell, 1890 — Sumatra (1 species)
  • Thrandina Maddison, 2006 — Ecuador (1 species)
  • Toticoryx Rollard & Wesolowska, 2002 — Guinea (1 species)
  • Udalmella Galiano, 1994 — Panama (1 species)
  • Yacuitella Galiano, 1999 — Argentina (1 species)

Notes

  1. ^ Platnick 2009

References

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