|male Maevia inclemens|
C. L. Koch, 1846
Maevia appears to have been a large blanket genus in its beginnings, with not closely related species from the New World and the region from India to the Moluccas being lumped there. As the type species is from North America, those that occur in the New World were left in the genus, with most others transferred to other genera. However, several species exist in Asia for which there has been no information since their description, often more than a hundred years ago, so transferring them to other genera proves difficult.
- Maevia albozonata Hasselt, 1882 – Sumatra
- Maevia expansa Barnes, 1955 – United States
- Maevia gracilipes Taczanowski, 1878 – Peru
- Maevia hobbsae Barnes, 1955 – USA
- Maevia inclemens (Walckenaer, 1837) – USA, Canada
- Maevia intermedia Barnes, 1955 – USA
- Maevia michelsoni Barnes, 1955 – USA
- Maevia poultoni Peckham & Peckham, 1902 – USA
- Maevia quadrilineata Hasselt, 1882 – Sumatra
- Maevia susiformis Taczanowski, 1878 – Peru
- Maevia trilineata Taczanowski, 1878 – Peru
- Murphy & Murphy 2000: 270
- Barnes, R.D. (1955): North American jumping spiders of the genus Maevia. American Museum novitates 1746. PDF
- Barnes, R.D. (1958): North American jumping spiders of the subfamily Marpissinae (Araneae, Salticidae). American Museum novitates 1867. PDF Abstract (Marpissa, Metacyrba, Menemerus, Maevia)
- Murphy, Frances & Murphy, John (2000): An Introduction to the Spiders of South East Asia. Malaysian Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur.
- Platnick, Norman I. (2008): The world spider catalog, version 8.5. American Museum of Natural History.
- Picture of M. expansa
- Picture of M. inclemens
- Picture of M. michelsoni — another one
- Picture of Maevia species (free for noncommercial use)
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