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Pellenes
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Arachnida
Order: Araneae
Family: Salticidae
Subfamily: Pelleninae
Tribe: Pellenini
Genus: Pellenes
Simon, 1876
Type species
Aranea tripunctata
Walckenaer, 1802
Species

see text

Diversity
82 species

Pellenes is a spider genus of the Salticidae family (jumping spiders).

Most species have a special propensity for snail shells and are dark to black with white stripes on the back. Often there are bright red markings. Especially the male Pellenes seriatus and P. lapponicus frontally look very similar to Hasarius adansoni.

Species

  • Pellenes aethiopicus Strand, 1906Ethiopia
  • Pellenes albopilosus (Tyschchenko, 1965)Russia, Kazakhstan
  • Pellenes allegrii Caporiacco, 1935Central Asia, India
  • Pellenes amazonka Logunov, Marusik & Rakov, 1999 — Central Asia
  • Pellenes apacheus Lowrie & Gertsch, 1955USA
  • Pellenes arciger (Walckenaer, 1837)Southern Europe
  • Pellenes badkhyzicus Logunov, Marusik & Rakov, 1999Turkmenistan
  • Pellenes beani Peckham & Peckham, 1903South Africa
  • Pellenes bitaeniata (Keyserling, 1882)Western Australia, Queensland, New South Wales
  • Pellenes bonus Logunov, Marusik & Rakov, 1999 — Turkmenistan
  • Pellenes borisi Logunov, Marusik & Rakov, 1999Kazakhstan
  • Pellenes brevis (Simon, 1868)Spain, France, Germany, Rhodes
  • Pellenes bulawayoensis Wesolowska, 2000Zimbabwe
  • Pellenes canosus Simon, 1937 — France
  • Pellenes cinctipes (Banks, 1898)Mexico
  • Pellenes cingulatus Wesolowska & Russell-Smith, 2000Tanzania
  • Pellenes corticolens Chamberlin, 1924 — Mexico
  • Pellenes crandalli Lowrie & Gertsch, 1955 — USA
  • Pellenes dahli Lessert, 1915Uganda
  • Pellenes denisi Schenkel, 1963Tajikistan, China
  • Pellenes diagonalis (Simon, 1868)Corfu, Greece, Turkey, Israel
  • Pellenes dilutus Logunov, 1995 — Central Asia
  • Pellenes durieui (Lucas, 1846)Algeria
  • Pellenes dyali Roewer, 1951Pakistan
  • Pellenes epularis (O. P-Cambridge, 1872) — Greece to China, Namibia
  • Pellenes flavipalpis (Lucas, 1853) — Greece, Crete, Cyprus
  • Pellenes frischi (Audouin, 1826)Egypt
  • Pellenes geniculatus (Simon, 1868) — Southern Palearctic, Tanzania, introduced in Belgium
    • Pellenes geniculatus subsultans (Simon, 1868) — France
  • Pellenes gerensis Hu, 2001 — China
  • Pellenes gobiensis Schenkel, 1936 — Russia, Mongolia, China
  • Pellenes grammaticus Chamberlin, 1925 — USA
  • Pellenes hadaensis Prószynski, 1993Saudi Arabia
  • Pellenes hedjazensis Prószynski, 1993 — Saudi Arabia
  • Pellenes iforhasorum Berland & Millot, 1941Sudan, Mali
  • Pellenes ignifrons (Grube, 1861) — USA, Canada, Russia, Mongolia
  • Pellenes inexcultus (O. P.-Cambridge, 1873)St. Helena
  • Pellenes karakumensis Logunov, Marusik & Rakov, 1999 — Turkmenistan
  • Pellenes laevigatus (Simon, 1868) — Corfu, Lebanon
  • Pellenes lagrecai Cantarella & Alicata, 2002Italy
  • Pellenes lapponicus (Sundevall, 1833) — Palearctic
  • Pellenes levaillanti (Lucas, 1846)Algeria
  • Pellenes levii Lowrie & Gertsch, 1955 — USA
  • Pellenes limatus Peckham & Peckham, 1901 — USA
  • Pellenes limbatus Kulczynski, 1895 — Russia, Central Asia, Mongolia
  • Pellenes logunovi Marusik, Hippa & Koponen, 1996 — Russia
  • Pellenes longimanus Emerton, 1913 — USA
  • Pellenes lucidus Logunov & Zamanpoore, 2005Afghanistan
  • Pellenes luculentus Wesolowska & van Harten, 2007 — Yemen
  • Pellenes maderianus Kulczynski, 1905Madeira, Israel
  • Pellenes marionis (Schmidt & Krause, 1994)Cape Verde Islands
  • Pellenes mimicus Strand, 1906 — Ethiopia
  • Pellenes minimus (Caporiacco, 1933) — Libya
  • Pellenes modicus Wesolowska & Russell-Smith, 2000 — Tanzania
  • Pellenes montanus (Emerton, 1894) — USA, Canada
  • Pellenes moreanus Metzner, 1999 — Greece
  • Pellenes negevensis Prószynski, 2000 — Israel
  • Pellenes nigrociliatus (Simon, 1875) — Palearctic
  • Pellenes obliquostriatus Caporiacco, 1940 — Ethiopia
  • Pellenes pamiricus Logunov, Marusik & Rakov, 1999 — Tajikistan
  • Pellenes peninsularis Emerton, 1925 — Canada
  • Pellenes perexcultus Clark & Benoit, 1977 — St. Helena
  • Pellenes pseudobrevis Logunov, Marusik & Rakov, 1999 — Central Asia
  • Pellenes pulcher Logunov, 1995 — Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia
  • Pellenes pulcher Wesolowska, 2000 — Zimbabwe
  • Pellenes purcelli Lessert, 1915 — Uganda
  • Pellenes rufoclypeatus Peckham & Peckham, 1903 — South Africa
  • Pellenes seriatus (Thorell, 1875) — Greece, Bulgaria, Russia, Central Asia
  • Pellenes shoshonensis Gertsch, 1934 — USA
  • Pellenes sibiricus Logunov & Marusik, 1994 — Russia, Central Asia, Mongolia, China
  • Pellenes siculus Alicata & Cantarella, 2000Sicily
  • Pellenes stepposus (Logunov, 1991) — Russia, Kazakhstan
  • Pellenes striolatus Wesolowska & van Harten, 2002Socotra
  • Pellenes sytchevskayae Logunov, Marusik & Rakov, 1999Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan
  • Pellenes tharinae Wesolowska, 2006 — Namibia
  • Pellenes tocharistanus Andreeva, 1976 — Central Asia
  • Pellenes tripunctatus (Walckenaer, 1802) — Palearctic
  • Pellenes turkmenicus Logunov, Marusik & Rakov, 1999 — Russia, Central Asia
  • Pellenes unipunctus Saito, 1937 — China
  • Pellenes univittatus (Caporiacco, 1939) — Ethiopia
  • Pellenes vanharteni Wesolowska, 1998 — Cape Verde Islands
  • Pellenes washonus Lowrie & Gertsch, 1955 — USA
  • Pellenes wrighti Lowrie & Gertsch, 1955 — USA

References

External links

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Wikispecies

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Cladus: Eukaryota
Supergroup: Unikonta
Cladus: Opisthokonta
Regnum: Animalia
Subregnum: Eumetazoa
Cladus: Bilateria
Cladus: Nephrozoa
Cladus: Protostomia
Cladus: Ecdysozoa
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Chelicerata
Classis: Arachnida
Ordo: Araneae
Subordo: Opisthothelae
Infraordo: Araneomorphae
Taxon: Neocribellatae
Series: Entelegynae
Sectio: Dionycha
Superfamilia: Salticoidea
Familia: Salticidae
Subfamilia: Pelleninae
Genus: Pellenes
Species: P. aethiopicus - P. albopilosus - P. allegrii - P. amazonka - P. apacheus - P. arciger - P. badkhyzicus - P. beani - P. bitaeniata - P. bonus - P. borisi - P. brevis - P. bulawayoensis - P. canosus - P. cinctipes - P. cingulatus - P. corticolens - P. crandalli - P. dahli - P. denisi - P. diagonalis - P. dilutus - P. durieui - P. dyali - P. epularis - P. flavipalpis - P. frischi - P. geniculatus - P. gerensis - P. gobiensis - P. grammaticus - P. hadaensis - P. hedjazensis - P. iforhasorum - P. ignifrons - P. inexcultus - P. karakumensis - P. laevigatus - P. lagrecai - P. lapponicus - P. levaillanti - P. levii - P. limatus - P. limbatus - P. logunovi - P. longimanus - P. lucidus - P. luculentus - P. maderianus - P. marionis - P. mimicus - P. minimus - P. modicus - P. montanus - P. moreanus - P. negevensis - P. nigrociliatus - P. obliquostriatus - P. pamiricus - P. peninsularis - P. perexcultus - P. pseudobrevis - P. pulcher - P. purcelli - P. rufoclypeatus - P. seriatus - P. shoshonensis - P. sibiricus - P. siculus - P. stepposus - P. striolatus - P. sytchevskayae - P. tharinae - P. tocharistanus - P. tripunctatus - P. turkmenicus - P. unipunctus - P. univittatus - P. vanharteni - P. washonus - P. wrighti

Name

Pellenes Simon, 1876

Type species: Aranea tripunctata Walckenaer, 1802

Synonyms

References

  • Simon, E. 1876. Les arachnides de France. Paris, 3: 1-364. [90]
  • Logunov, D. V., Y. M. Marusik & S. Y. Rakov. 1999. A review of the genus Pellenes in the fauna of Central Asia and the Caucasus (Araneae, Salticidae). Journal of Natural History 33: 89-148.
  • Platnick, N. I. 2009. The World Spider Catalog, version 9.5. American Museum of Natural History. [1]
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