Last Updated on Sunday, 19 July, 2015 03:38:32 AM


Family: Salticidae
Subfamily: Dendryphantinae

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dendryphantinae

The Dendryphantinae are a subfamily of jumping spiders that occur mainly in the New World.

Females of the subfamily generally show paired spots on the abdomen, and the males often have enlarged chelicerae. Females in this subfamily typically have S-shaped epigynal openings.


Rhene
寬胸蠅虎

Family: Salticidae
Subfamily: Dendryphantinae
Tribe: Rhenini

Genus: Rhene   53 species

Sluggish looking jumping spider from this Genus has a broad, flat head, and a pair of thick front legs. 

Rhene rubrigera (Thorell, 1887) India to China, Sumatra, Hawai'i
Rhene flavigera (C. L. Koch, 1846) China, Vietnam to Sumatra
 


寬胸蠅虎
 
Rhene sp SG TAWAU

Female 7mm
 

27-7-2009
Sungai Tawau

 

Rhene BOMBALAI
 

Rhene albigera (C.L.Koch,1848)

Rhene flavigera

Merotai 2-10-2008 Female 

 


 

Rhene flavigera

Rhene flavigera

Female Common

18-10-2009 SG TAWAU

 

Rhene flavigera

Rhene flavigera

Male Common

18-10-2009 SG TAWAU

 

  Rhene albigera

Rhene albigera
寬胸蠅虎

Mimbiang Jadi 18-3-2009 


Genus Macaroeris (formally Genus Eris)


Family: Salticidae
Subfamily: Dendryphantinae
Tribe: Dendryphantini

Genus: Macaroeris
 

This genus Eris is since 1992 placed in the genus Macaroeris by Wunderlich and are named after the Atlantic islands of Macaronesia . Before that these spiders were placed in the genus Dendryphantes.
Its size varies between 4 - 6 mm and she can be found on branches of trees in the warmer parts of Europe, from the Canary Islands to the Mediterranean region. Central Europe and eastwards to Central Asia.

   

Macaroeris nidicolens female

Macaroeris nidicolens male


 

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