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Family: Salticidae
Subfamily: Euophryinae
Genus: Thianitara

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

Its only species, Thianitara spectrum, is only found on Sumatra and Borneo Island.

   
Thianitara spectrum

Female

   

Family: Salticidae
Subfamily: Euophryinae
 

Genus Thiania

17 species are found in Asia from Pakistan to the Philippines, with one species found on Hawaii.
 

Thiania latefasciata
Thiania latefasciata

Female
2015-01-08 UMS
 

 

Thiania bhamoensis

MALE

13-9-2009 ABAKA

 

Thiania SEMARAK

should be BAVIA

2009 


 

Family: Salticidae
Subfamily: Euophryinae

Genus : Palpelius (Pristobaeus)
 

Palpelius is a spider genus of the Salticidae family. Its eleven described species are scattered on islands in the Pacific Ocean, roughly from Borneo to New Guinea, with two species found in Australia.


Females in this genus are about seven millimetres long, males range from 6 to 10.

The cephalothorax is large and high, falling away steeply just behind the rear eyes. The general colour is red-brown, with various white patterns on the sides and on the centre of the thorax. The abdomen is pale, sometimes with transverse dark bands near the middle and chevrons near the spinnerets. The legs are brown, with the two front pairs stouter and darker, and carrying black fringes below patellae and tibiae.

 

Palpelius sp TINAGAT

Palpelius sp TINAGAT
Male ♂5.5mm
4-8-2015 TINAGAT

       

Hasarius WHITESTRIPE
Palpelius sp WHITESTRIPE

 

Male 5mm
3-8-2009 Semarak
 


Palpelius sp WHITESTRIPE

Male 5.5mm
29-6-2014 Balung


Palpelius sp WHITESTRIPE

Male 5.5mm
28-7-2014 Batu Lintang


Palpelius sp WHITESTRIPE

Male 5mm
25-12-2014 Tambunan

 
 
Palpelius sp MEROTAI

Spidering
 



Palpelius sp TEA
Palpelius TAWAU

Palpelius sp TAWAU

MALE

1-11-2009 Tawau Park

Pristobaeus sp. = Palpelius sp.
Malaysia

 


Family: Salticidae
Subfamily: Euophryinae
Genus : Parabathippus
 

   
Parabathippus petrae
Male
   

Family: Salticidae
Subfamily: Euophryinae
Tribe: Spilargini

Genus: Thorelliola

There are 10 Species in  this genus worldwide:


Thorelliola ensifera
Thorelliola MADAI
Thorelliola MADAI

Female

9-6-2010 MADAI


Thorelliola ensifera

South East Asia

 
Thorelliola ensifera

South East Asia


Family: Euophryinae
Tribe: Euophryini

Genus: Euophrys
 

Euophrys is a genus of the spider family Salticidae (jumping spiders) with almost worldwide distribution.
 

   
Euophrys sp BOMBALAI

 

Euophrys sp
蠅虎(雌)(37)
體長10.2mm 

 

SubFamily: Euophryinae
Genus: Donoessus

Donoessus Simon, 1902 — Sumatra, Borneo (2 species)

Donoessus nigriceps (Simon, 1899) (Sumatra)
Donoessus striatus Simon, 1902 (Borneo)

   
Donoessus KNP
   

 

Family: Salticidae
Subfamily: Euophryinae

Genus: Euophrys

The spiders belonging to this genus are not larger than 5 mm.

Euophrys genus is almost worldwide distribution.

The small black Euophrys omnisuperstes lives on Mount Everest at elevations up to 6,700 meters, possibly making it the most elevated animal in the world.
 

  • Males often have their two fore legs darkened and are used in courtship display.

  • The egg sac is guarded by the female.


Euophrys BOMBALAI

Euophrys BOMBALAI

Female 4mm
24-8-2009 BOMBALAI

 

Euophrys ABACA

Euophrys ABACA

Male 4mm+-

23-8-2009 ABACA

Euophrys erratica

Euophrys frontalis

Genus Euophrys 


Family: Euophryinae
Tribe: Euophryini

Genus: Habrocestum
 

44 Species
Habrocestum albimanum Simon, 1901 — South Africa
Habrocestum albopunctatum Wesolowska & van Harten, 2002 — Socotra
Habrocestum algericum Dalmas, 1920 — Algeria
Habrocestum annae Peckham & Peckham, 1903 — South Africa
Habrocestum arabicum Prószynski, 1989 — Saudi Arabia
Habrocestum bovei (Lucas, 1846) — Morocco, Algeria
Habrocestum dubium Wesolowska & van Harten, 2002 — Socotra
Habrocestum dyali Roewer, 1955 — Pakistan
Habrocestum egaeum Metzner, 1999 — Greece, Crete
Habrocestum ferrugineum Wesolowska & van Harten, 2002 — Socotra
Habrocestum flavimanum Simon, 1901 — South Africa
Habrocestum formosum Wesolowska, 2000 — Zimbabwe
Habrocestum gibbosum Wesolowska & van Harten, 2007 — Yemen
Habrocestum graecum Dalmas, 1920 — Greece
Habrocestum hongkongiense Prószynski, 1992 — Hong Kong
Habrocestum ibericum Dalmas, 1920 — Spain
Habrocestum ignorabile Wesolowska & van Harten, 2007 — Yemen
Habrocestum inquinatum Wesolowska & van Harten, 2002 — Socotra
Habrocestum latifasciatum (Simon, 1868) — Eastern Mediterranean
Habrocestum laurae Peckham & Peckham, 1903 — South Africa
Habrocestum lepidum Dalmas, 1920 — Algeria
Habrocestum luculentum Peckham & Peckham, 1903 — South Africa
Habrocestum namibicum Wesolowska, 2006 — Namibia
Habrocestum nigristernum Dalmas, 1920 — Turkey
Habrocestum ornaticeps (Simon, 1868) — Morocco
Habrocestum panjabium Roewer, 1951 — Pakistan
Habrocestum papilionaceum (L. Koch, 1867) — Greece
Habrocestum peckhami Rainbow, 1899 — Solomon Islands
Habrocestum penicillatum Caporiacco, 1940 — Ethiopia
Habrocestum pullatum Simon, 1876 — France
Habrocestum punctiventre Keyserling, 1882 — Western Australia
Habrocestum rubroclypeatum Lessert, 1927 — Congo
Habrocestum sapiens (Peckham & Peckham, 1903) — Southern Africa
Habrocestum schinzi Simon, 1887 — South Africa
Habrocestum shulovi Prószynski, 2000 — Israel
Habrocestum simoni Dalmas, 1920 — Algeria
Habrocestum socotrense Wesolowska & van Harten, 2002 — Socotra
Habrocestum speciosum Wesolowska & van Harten, 1994 — Socotra
Habrocestum subdotatum Caporiacco, 1940 — Ethiopia, East Africa
Habrocestum subpenicillatum Caporiacco, 1941 — Ethiopia
Habrocestum superbum Wesolowska, 2000 — Zimbabwe
Habrocestum tanzanicum Wesolowska & Russell-Smith, 2000 — Tanzania
Habrocestum verattii Caporiacco, 1936 — Libya
Habrocestum virginale Wesolowska & van Harten, 2007 — Yemen


Bathippus Thorell, 1892 — Australasia (31 species)

Family: Salticidae
Subfamily: Euophryinae
Tribe: Cytaeini

Genus: Bathippus

Bathippus is a genus of jumping spiders very similar to the genus Canama. This genus are distributed throughout the Australasian region.

Females are 6 to 9 mm long, males up to 10 mm. colorful, long-legged with long, thin bodies.

The males have long, robust, forward-pointing chelicerae. The colors differ between species, but the carapace is in most species orange, sometimes with lighter stripes.
 

    Bathippus TAWAU

Bathippus TAWAU

Male 10mm including

1-11-2009 Tawau Park

 

Bathippus sp

South East Asia


Genus Saitis

The male spider is remarkably beautiful with its white tuffed red painted third leg pair that used to attract female spiders.
The size of the spider is 5 - 6 mm and can be found around the Mediterranean on houses and rocks.

 

Saitis sp

South East Asia

Saitis barbipes

male

Saitis barbipes

female


Family: Salticidae
Subfamily: Euophryinae
Tribe: Euophryini

Genus: Pseudeuophrys
 

The spiders belonging to this genus are not larger than 5 mm.

Males often have their two fore legs darkened and are used in courtship display.
The egg sac is guarded by the female.
Pseudophrys lanigera is also called house jumping spider

     

Pseudophrys lanigera


 

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