Euophryinae

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Euophryinae
Kaldari Naphrys pulex 04.jpg
Male Naphrys pulex
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Arachnida
Order: Araneae
Family: Salticidae
Subfamily: Euophryinae
Simon, 1901
Diversity
See text

Euophryinae is a subfamily of jumping spiders.

Taxonomy[edit]

Confirmed genera[edit]

The following 84 genera have been confirmed through molecular analysis to belong to a monophyletic Euophryinae:[1]

  • Agobardus Keyserling, 1885 — West Indies
  • Amphidraus Simon, 1900 — Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia
  • Anasaitis Bryant, 1950 — West Indies, USA
  • Antillattus Bryant, 1943 — Hispaniola
  • Asaphobelis Simon, 1902 — Brazil
  • Bathippus Thorell, 1892 — Australasia
  • Belliena Simon, 1902 — Venezuela, Trinidad
  • Bulolia Zabka, 1996 — New Guinea
  • Bythocrotus Simon, 1903 — Hispaniola
  • Canama Simon, 1903 — Borneo to Queensland
  • Chalcolecta Simon, 1884 — Southeast Asia, Australia
  • Chalcolemia Zhang & Maddison, 2012 — New Guinea
  • Chalcoscirtus Bertkau, 1880 — Eurasia, USA
  • Chalcotropis Simon, 1902 — India to Philippines, Tonga
  • Chapoda Peckham & Peckham, 1896 — Guatemala to Brazil
  • Chinophrys Zhang & Maddison, 2012 — China
  • Cobanus F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1900 — Mexico to Venezuela, Hispaniola, Borneo
  • Coccorchestes Thorell, 1881 — New Guinea, Australia, New Britain
  • Colyttus Thorell, 1891 — China to Moluccas
  • Compsodecta Simon, 1903 — Central America, West Indies
  • Corticattus Zhang & Maddison, 2012 — Hispaniola, Puerto Rico
  • Coryphasia Simon, 1902 — Brazil
  • Corythalia C. L. Koch, 1850 — USA to Argentina
  • Cytaea Keyserling, 1882 — Burma to Australia
  • Dinattus Bryant, 1943 — Hispaniola
  • Diolenius Thorell, 1870 — Southeast Asia
  • Donoessus Simon, 1902 — Sumatra, Borneo
  • Ecuadattus Zhang & Maddison, 2012 — Ecuador
  • Efate Berland, 1938 — Pacific Islands
  • Emathis Simon, 1899 — Sumatra to Philippines, West Indies
  • Euophrys C. L. Koch, 1834 — worldwide
  • Euryattus Thorell, 1881 — Sri Lanka to Australia
  • Foliabitus Zabka, 1985 — Vietnam
  • Hypoblemum Peckham & Peckham, 1886 — Australia
  • Ilargus Simon, 1901 — Brazil, Guyana, Venezuela
  • Jotus L. Koch, 1881 — Australia, New Zealand
  • Junxattus Prószyński & Deeleman-Reinhold, 2012 — Southeast Asia
  • Lagnus L. Koch, 1879 — Fiji
  • Laufeia Simon, 1889 — China to Japan to Java, New Zealand
  • Lepidemathis Simon, 1903 — Philippines
  • Leptathamas Balogh, 1980 — New Guinea
  • Maeota Simon, 1901 — Brazil
  • Maileus Peckham & Peckham, 1907 — Southeast Asia
  • Maratus Karsch, 1878 — Australia
  • Margaromma Keyserling, 1882 — Australia, Oceania, Cameroon
  • Marma Simon, 1902 — South America
  • Mexigonus Edwards, 2002 — USA, Mexico
  • Naphrys Edwards, 2002 — Canada to Mexico
  • Nebridia Simon, 1902 — Venezuela, Argentina, Hispaniola
  • Neonella Gertsch, 1936 — Americas
  • Ohilimia Strand, 1911 — Southeast Asia, Australia
  • Omoedus Thorell, 1881 — New Guinea, Moluccas, Fiji
  • Orcevia Thorell, 1890 — China, Southeast Asia
  • Palpelius Simon, 1903 — Borneo to Australia, New Zealand
  • Parabathippus Zhang & Maddison, 2012 — Southeast Asia
  • Paraharmochirus Szombathy, 1915 — New Guinea
  • Parvattus Zhang & Maddison, 2012 — China
  • Pensacola Peckham & Peckham, 1885 — Central and South America
  • Petemathis Prószyński & Deeleman-Reinhold, 2012 — Cuba, Puerto Rico
  • Phasmolia Zhang & Maddison, 2012 — New Guinea
  • Popcornella Zhang & Maddison, 2012 — Hispaniola, Puerto Rico
  • Pristobaeus Simon, 1902 — Sulawesi
  • Prostheclina Keyserling, 1882 — Eastern Australia
  • Pseudeuophrys Dahl, 1912 — Palearctic, introduced to USA
  • Saitis Simon, 1876 — worldwide
  • Servaea Simon, 1888 — Australia, Java
  • Sidusa Peckham & Peckham, 1895 — Central to South America
  • Siloca Simon, 1902 — West Indies, South America
  • Sobasina Simon, 1898 — Southeast Asia, Australia, Pacific Islands
  • Soesilarishius Makhan, 2007 — South America
  • Stoidis Simon, 1901 — Mona Island to Venezuela
  • Talavera Peckham & Peckham, 1909 — Europe to Japan, North America
  • Tariona Simon, 1902 — Brazil, Cuba
  • Thiania C. L. Koch, 1846 — Pakistan to Philippines, Hawai'i
  • Thianitara Simon, 1903 — Sumatra
  • Thorelliola Strand, 1942 — Malaysia to New Guinea, Hawai'i
  • Thyenula Simon, 1902 — Africa
  • Truncattus Zhang & Maddison, 2012 — Hispaniola
  • Tylogonus Simon, 1902 — Central to South America
  • Variratina Zhang & Maddison, 2012 — New Guinea
  • Viribestus Zhang & Maddison, 2012 — New Guinea
  • Wallaba Mello-Leitão, 1940 — Jamaica, Hispaniola, Guyana
  • Xenocytaea Berry, Beatty & Prószyński, 1998 — Fiji, Caroline Islands
  • Zabkattus Zhang & Maddison, 2012 — New Guinea

Uncertain genera[edit]

In addition, the following genera have been placed in Euophryinae but not verified by molecular analysis:[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Zhang, Jun-Xia; Wayne P. Maddison (July 2013). "Molecular phylogeny, divergence times and biogeography of spiders of the subfamily Euophryinae (Araneae: Salticidae)". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 68 (1): 81–92. doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2013.03.017. 
  2. ^ Maddison, Wayne P.; Marshal C. Hedin (2003). "Jumping spider phylogeny (Araneae: Salticidae)". Invertebrate Systematics 17: 529–549. doi:10.1071/is02044. 
  3. ^ Joel Hallan's Biology Catalog: Salticidae