List of Gnaphosidae species

This page lists all described species of the spider family Gnaphosidae as of June 18, 2008.

Allozelotes

"Allozelotes" Yin & Peng, 1998
* "Allozelotes dianshi" Yin & Peng, 1998 — China
* "Allozelotes lushan" Yin & Peng, 1998 — China

Amazoromus

"Amazoromus" Brescovit & Höfer, 1994
* "Amazoromus becki" Brescovit & Höfer, 1994 — Brazil
* "Amazoromus cristus" (Platnick & Höfer, 1990) — Brazil
* "Amazoromus janauari" Brescovit & Höfer, 1994 — Brazil
* "Amazoromus kedus" Brescovit & Höfer, 1994 — Brazil

Amusia

"Amusia" Tullgren, 1910
* "Amusia cataracta" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Amusia murina" Tullgren, 1910 — East Africa

Anagraphis

"Anagraphis" Simon, 1893
* "Anagraphis incerta" Caporiacco, 1941 — Ethiopia
* "Anagraphis maculosa" Denis, 1958 — Afghanistan
* "Anagraphis minima" Caporiacco, 1947 — East Africa
* "Anagraphis pallens" Simon, 1893 — South Africa?, Libya, Malta, Syria, Israel, Crete
* "Anagraphis pallida" (Hadjissarantos, 1940) — Greece
* "Anagraphis pluridentata" Simon, 1897 — Syria
* "Anagraphis pori" Levy, 1999 — Israel

Aneplasa

"Aneplasa" Tucker, 1923
* "Aneplasa balnearia" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Aneplasa borlei" Lessert, 1933 — Angola
* "Aneplasa facies" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Aneplasa interrogationis" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Aneplasa nigra" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Aneplasa primaris" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Aneplasa sculpturata" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Aneplasa strandi" Caporiacco, 1947 — East Africa

Anzacia

"Anzacia" Dalmas, 1919
* "Anzacia daviesae" Ovtsharenko & Platnick, 1995 — Queensland
* "Anzacia debilis" (Hogg, 1900) — Victoria
* "Anzacia dimota" (Simon, 1908) — Victoria
* "Anzacia gemmea" (Dalmas, 1917) — New Zealand, Philip Islands
* "Anzacia inornata" (Rainbow, 1920) — Norfolk Islands
* "Anzacia invenusta" (L. Koch, 1872) — New South Wales
* "Anzacia micacea" (Simon, 1908) — Western Australia
* "Anzacia mustecula" (Simon, 1908) — New Guinea, Australia, Cato Islands, Lord Howe Islands
* "Anzacia perelegans" (Rainbow, 1894) — New South Wales
* "Anzacia perexigua" (Simon, 1880) — New Caledonia
* "Anzacia petila" (Simon, 1908) — Western Australia
* "Anzacia respersa" (Simon, 1908) — Western Australia
* "Anzacia sarrita" (Simon, 1908) — Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania
* "Anzacia signata" (Rainbow, 1920) — Norfolk Islands
* "Anzacia simoni" Roewer, 1951 — Western Australia, Victoria

Aphantaulax

"Aphantaulax" Simon, 1878
* "Aphantaulax albini" (Audouin, 1826) — Egypt, Ethiopia
* "Aphantaulax australis" Simon, 1893 — South Africa
* "Aphantaulax cincta" (L. Koch, 1866) — Europe, North Africa, Israel
* "Aphantaulax ensifera" Simon, 1907 — São Tomé
* "Aphantaulax fasciata" Kulczynski, 1911 — Java, Lombok
* "Aphantaulax flavida" Caporiacco, 1940 — Ethiopia
* "Aphantaulax inornata" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Aphantaulax katangae" (Giltay, 1935) — Congo
* "Aphantaulax scotophaea" Simon, 1908 — Western Australia
* "Aphantaulax signicollis" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Aphantaulax stationis" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Aphantaulax trifasciata" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Palearctic
** "Aphantaulax trifasciata trimaculata" Simon, 1878 — France
* "Aphantaulax univittata" Thorell, 1897 — Myanmar
* "Aphantaulax voiensis" Berland, 1920 — East Africa
* "Aphantaulax zonata" Thorell, 1895 — Myanmar

Apodrassodes

"Apodrassodes" Vellard, 1924
* "Apodrassodes araucanius" (Chamberlin, 1916) — Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, Chile
* "Apodrassodes chula" Brescovit & Lise, 1993 — Brazil
* "Apodrassodes guatemalensis" (F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1899) — Mexico, Central, South America
* "Apodrassodes mercedes" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — Chile
* "Apodrassodes mono" Müller, 1987 — Brazil
* "Apodrassodes pucon" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — Chile
* "Apodrassodes quilpuensis" (Simon, 1902) — Chile
* "Apodrassodes taim" Brescovit & Lise, 1993 — Brazil
* "Apodrassodes trancas" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — Chile, Argentina
* "Apodrassodes yogeshi" Gajbe, 1993 — India

Apodrassus

"Apodrassus" Chamberlin, 1916
* "Apodrassus andinus" Chamberlin, 1916 — Peru

Apopyllus

"Apopyllus" Platnick & Shadab, 1984
* "Apopyllus huanuco" Platnick & Shadab, 1984 — Peru
* "Apopyllus iheringi" (Mello-Leitão, 1943) — Brazil
* "Apopyllus isabelae" Brescovit & Lise, 1993 — Brazil
* "Apopyllus ivieorum" Platnick & Shadab, 1984 — Mexico
* "Apopyllus malleco" Platnick & Shadab, 1984 — Chile
* "Apopyllus now" Platnick & Shadab, 1984 — Curaçao, Colombia
* "Apopyllus pauper" (Mello-Leitão, 1942) — Argentina
* "Apopyllus silvestrii" (Simon, 1905) — Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Argentina, Chile
* "Apopyllus suavis" (Simon, 1893) — Venezuela

Aracus

"Aracus" Thorell, 1887
* "Aracus captator" Thorell, 1887 — Myanmar

Asemesthes

"Asemesthes" Simon, 1887
* "Asemesthes affinis" Lessert, 1933 — Angola
* "Asemesthes albovittatus" Purcell, 1908 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes ales" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes alternatus" Lawrence, 1928 — Namibia
* "Asemesthes ceresicola" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes decoratus" Purcell, 1908 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes flavipes" Purcell, 1908 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes fodina" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes hertigi" Lessert, 1933 — Angola
* "Asemesthes kunenensis" Lawrence, 1927 — Namibia
* "Asemesthes lamberti" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes lineatus" Purcell, 1908 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes modestus" Dalmas, 1921 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes montanus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes nigristernus" Dalmas, 1921 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes numisma" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes oconnori" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes pallidus" Purcell, 1908 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes paynteri" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes perdignus" Dalmas, 1921 — Namibia
* "Asemesthes purcelli" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes reflexus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes septentrionalis" Caporiacco, 1940 — Ethiopia
* "Asemesthes sinister" Lawrence, 1927 — Namibia
* "Asemesthes subnubilus" Simon, 1887 — South Africa
* "Asemesthes windhukensis" Tucker, 1923 — Namibia

Asiabadus

"Asiabadus" Roewer, 1961
* "Asiabadus asiaticus" (Charitonov, 1946) — Central Asia, Afghanistan

Australoechemus

"Australoechemus" Schmidt & Piepho, 1994
* "Australoechemus celer" Schmidt & Piepho, 1994 — Cape Verde Islands
* "Australoechemus oecobiophilus" Schmidt & Piepho, 1994 — Cape Verde Islands

Battalus

"Battalus" Karsch, 1878
* "Battalus spinipes" Karsch, 1878 — Australia

Benoitodes

"Benoitodes" Platnick, 1993
* "Benoitodes caheni" (Benoit, 1977) — St. Helena
* "Benoitodes sanctaehelenae" (Strand, 1909) — St. Helena

Berinda

"Berinda" Roewer, 1928
* "Berinda aegilia" Chatzaki, 2002 — Greece
* "Berinda amabilis" Roewer, 1928 — Crete, Turkey, Russia, Central Asia
* "Berinda ensiger" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — Greece, Crete, Turkey

Berlandina

"Berlandina" Dalmas, 1922
* "Berlandina apscheronica" Dunin, 1984 — Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan
* "Berlandina asbenica" Denis, 1955 — Niger
* "Berlandina caspica" Ponomarev, 1979 — Russia, Central Asia
* "Berlandina charitonovi" Ponomarev, 1979 — Russia, Central Asia
* "Berlandina cinerea" (Menge, 1872) — Europe to Kazakhstan
* "Berlandina corcyraea" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — Greece, Corfu
* "Berlandina denisi" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Berlandina deserticola" (Dalmas, 1921) — Algeria, Libya
* "Berlandina drassodea" (Caporiacco, 1934) — Karakorum
* "Berlandina hui" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004 — China
* "Berlandina kolosvaryi" Caporiacco, 1947 — East Africa
* "Berlandina meruana" (Dalmas, 1921) — East Africa
* "Berlandina nabozhenkoi" Ponomarev & Tsvetkov, 2006 — Russia
* "Berlandina nenilini" Ponomarev & Tsvetkov, 2006 — Kazakhstan
* "Berlandina nigromaculata" (Blackwall, 1865) — Cape Verde Islands
* "Berlandina nubivaga" (Simon, 1878) — Europe
* "Berlandina obscurata" Caporiacco, 1947 — East Africa
* "Berlandina piephoi" Schmidt, 1994 — Cape Verde Islands
* "Berlandina plumalis" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — West Africa to Central Asia
* "Berlandina potanini" (Schenkel, 1963) — Russia, China
* "Berlandina propinqua" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Berlandina pulchra" (Nosek, 1905) — Turkey
* "Berlandina punica" (Dalmas, 1921) — Algeria, Tunisia, Libya
* "Berlandina saraevi" Ponomarev, 2008 — Kazakhstan
* "Berlandina schenkeli" Marusik & Logunov, 1995 — Russia
* "Berlandina shumskyi" Kovblyuk, 2003 — Ukraine
* "Berlandina spasskyi" Ponomarev, 1979 — Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, China
* "Berlandina ubsunurica" Marusik & Logunov, 1995 — Russia
* "Berlandina venatrix" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — Libya, Egypt

Cabanadrassus

"Cabanadrassus" Mello-Leitão, 1941
* "Cabanadrassus bifasciatus" Mello-Leitão, 1941 — Argentina

Callilepis

"Callilepis" Westring, 1874
* "Callilepis chakanensis" Tikader, 1982 — India
* "Callilepis chisos" Platnick, 1975 — USA
* "Callilepis concolor" Simon, 1914 — Southern Europe
* "Callilepis cretica" (Roewer, 1928) — Greece, Crete, Turkey, Azerbaijan
* "Callilepis eremella" Chamberlin, 1928 — North America
* "Callilepis gertschi" Platnick, 1975 — USA, Mexico
* "Callilepis gosoga" Chamberlin & Gertsch, 1940 — USA
* "Callilepis imbecilla" (Keyserling, 1887) — USA, Canada
* "Callilepis ketani" Gajbe, 1984 — India
* "Callilepis lambai" Tikader & Gajbe, 1977 — India
* "Callilepis mumai" Platnick, 1975 — USA, Mexico
* "Callilepis nocturna" (Linnaeus, 1758) — Palearctic
* "Callilepis pawani" Gajbe, 1984 — India
* "Callilepis pluto" Banks, 1896 — USA, Canada
* "Callilepis rajani" Gajbe, 1984 — India
* "Callilepis rajasthanica" Tikader & Gajbe, 1977 — India
* "Callilepis rukminiae" Tikader & Gajbe, 1977 — India
* "Callilepis schuszteri" (Herman, 1879) — Palearctic

Camillina

"Camillina" Berland, 1919
* "Camillina aldabrae" (Strand, 1907) — Central, Southern Africa, Aldabra, Seychelles, Borneo
* "Camillina antigua" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Guatemala, Honduras
* "Camillina arequipa" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Peru
* "Camillina balboa" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Panama, Colombia
* "Camillina bimini" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Bahama Islands
* "Camillina biplagia" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Camillina brasiliensis" Müller, 1987 — Brazil
* "Camillina caldas" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Brazil
* "Camillina calel" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Argentina
* "Camillina campeche" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Camillina capensis" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — South Africa
* "Camillina cauca" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Colombia
* "Camillina cayman" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Cayman Islands
* "Camillina chiapa" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Camillina chilensis" (Simon, 1902) — Brazil to Chile, Juan Fernandez Islands
* "Camillina chincha" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Peru
* "Camillina claro" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Brazil
* "Camillina colon" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Panama
* "Camillina cordifera" (Tullgren, 1910) — Central, Southern Africa, Seychelles
* "Camillina cordoba" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — Argentina
* "Camillina cruz" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Galapagos Islands
* "Camillina cui" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — Paraguay
* "Camillina desecheonis" (Petrunkevitch, 1930) — Puerto Rico
* "Camillina elegans" (Bryant, 1940) — Caribbean, Angola, Pacific Islands
* "Camillina europaea" Dalmas, 1922 — Italy
* "Camillina fiana" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — Madagascar, Comoro Islands
* "Camillina gaira" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Colombia, Caribbean
* "Camillina galapagoensis" (Banks, 1902) — Galapagos Islands
* "Camillina galianoae" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — Argentina
* "Camillina huanta" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Peru
* "Camillina isabela" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — Galapagos Islands
* "Camillina isla" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Galapagos Islands
* "Camillina jeris" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Curaçao
* "Camillina kaibos" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — Ivory Coast to Kenya
* "Camillina kochalkai" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — Paraguay
* "Camillina longipes" (Nicolet, 1849) — Chile
* "Camillina madrejon" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — Paraguay
* "Camillina mahnerti" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — Paraguay
* "Camillina major" (Keyserling, 1891) — Brazil, Argentina
* "Camillina marmorata" (Mello-Leitão, 1943) — Argentina, Bolivia
* "Camillina maun" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — Southern Africa
* "Camillina mauryi" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — Argentina
* "Camillina merida" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Venezuela
* "Camillina metellus" (Roewer, 1928) — Crete
* "Camillina minuta" (Mello-Leitão, 1941) — Argentina
* "Camillina mogollon" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Peru
* "Camillina mona" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Jamaica
* "Camillina namibensis" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — Namibia
* "Camillina nevada" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Colombia
* "Camillina nevis" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Caribbean
* "Camillina nova" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina
* "Camillina oruro" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Bolivia, Peru, Argentina
* "Camillina pavesii" (Simon, 1897) — Africa
* "Camillina pecki" Baert, 1994 — Galapagos Islands
* "Camillina pedestris" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1898) — Mexico
* "Camillina penai" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — Chile, Peru
* "Camillina pernambuco" Müller, 1987 — Brazil
* "Camillina pilar" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — Paraguay, Argentina
* "Camillina piura" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Peru
* "Camillina procurva" (Purcell, 1908) — South Africa
* "Camillina puebla" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico, Honduras
* "Camillina pulchra" (Keyserling, 1891) — Brazil, Argentina, USA
* "Camillina punta" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Peru
* "Camillina recife" Müller, 1987 — Brazil
* "Camillina relucens" (Simon, 1893) — Venezuela
* "Camillina rogeri" Alayón, 1993 — Cuba
* "Camillina samariensis" Müller, 1988 — Colombia
* "Camillina sandrae" Baert, 1994 — Galapagos Islands
* "Camillina setosa" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Camillina shaba" FitzPatrick, 2005 — Congo
* "Camillina smythiesi" (Simon, 1897) — India
* "Camillina tarapaca" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Chile
* "Camillina taruma" Platnick & Höfer, 1990 — Brazil
* "Camillina tsima" Platnick & Murphy, 1987 — Madagascar
* "Camillina ventana" Ferreira, Zambonato & Lise, 2004 — Argentina

Ceryerda

"Ceryerda" Simon, 1909
* "Ceryerda cursitans" Simon, 1909 — Western Australia

Cesonia

"Cesonia" Simon, 1893
* "Cesonia aspida" Chatzaki, 2002 — Crete, Turkey
* "Cesonia bilineata" (Hentz, 1847) — North America
* "Cesonia bixleri" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — USA
* "Cesonia boca" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — Panama
* "Cesonia bryantae" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — Jamaica
* "Cesonia cana" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — Jamaica
* "Cesonia cerralvo" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — Mexico
* "Cesonia chickeringi" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — Jamaica
* "Cesonia cincta" (Banks, 1909) — Cuba
* "Cesonia classica" Chamberlin, 1924 — USA, Mexico
* "Cesonia coala" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — Mexico
* "Cesonia cuernavaca" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — Mexico
* "Cesonia desecheo" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
* "Cesonia ditta" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — Dominica
* "Cesonia elegans" (Simon, 1891) — St. Vincent, Dominica
* "Cesonia gertschi" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — USA, Mexico
* "Cesonia grisea" (Banks, 1914) — Cuba
* "Cesonia irvingi" (Mello-Leitão, 1944) — USA, Bahama Islands, Cuba
* "Cesonia iviei" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — Mexico
* "Cesonia josephus" (Chamberlin & Gertsch, 1940) — USA
* "Cesonia lacertosa" Chickering, 1949 — Panama
* "Cesonia leechi" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — Mexico
* "Cesonia lugubris" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1896) — Mexico, Honduras
* "Cesonia maculata" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — St. Kitts, Nevis
* "Cesonia nadleri" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — Hispaniola
* "Cesonia notata" Chickering, 1949 — Mexico, Panama
* "Cesonia pudica" Chickering, 1949 — Panama
* "Cesonia rothi" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — USA
* "Cesonia sincera" Gertsch & Mulaik, 1936 — USA, Mexico
* "Cesonia trivittata" Banks, 1898 — USA, Mexico
* "Cesonia ubicki" Platnick & Shadab, 1980 — USA, Mexico

Cladothela

"Cladothela" Kishida, 1928
* "Cladothela auster" Kamura, 1997 — Japan
* "Cladothela bistorta" Zhang, Song & Zhu, 2002 — China
* "Cladothela boninensis" Kishida, 1928 — Japan
* "Cladothela joannisi" (Schenkel, 1963) — China
* "Cladothela ningmingensis" Zhang, Yin & Bao, 2004 — China
* "Cladothela oculinotata" (Bösenberg & Strand, 1906) — China, Korea, Japan
* "Cladothela parva" Kamura, 1991 — China, Japan
* "Cladothela tortiembola" Paik, 1992 — Korea
* "Cladothela unciinsignita" (Bösenberg & Strand, 1906) — Japan

Coillina

"Coillina" Yin & Peng, 1998
* "Coillina baka" Yin & Peng, 1998 — China

Coreodrassus

"Coreodrassus" Paik, 1984
* "Coreodrassus forficalus" Zhang & Zhu, 2008 — China
* "Coreodrassus lancearius" Simon, 1893 — Kazakhstan, China, Korea, Japan
* "Coreodrassus semidesertus" Ponomarev & Tsvetkov, 2006 — Kazakhstan

Cryptodrassus

"Cryptodrassus" Miller, 1943
* "Cryptodrassus creticus" Chatzaki, 2002 — Crete, Turkey
* "Cryptodrassus hungaricus" (Balogh, 1935) — Europe

Cubanopyllus

"Cubanopyllus" Alayón & Platnick, 1993
* "Cubanopyllus inconspicuus" (Bryant, 1940) — Cuba

Diaphractus

"Diaphractus" Purcell, 1907
* "Diaphractus assimilis" Tullgren, 1910 — East Africa
* "Diaphractus leipoldti" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Diaphractus muticus" Lawrence, 1927 — Namibia

Drassodes

"Drassodes" Westring, 1851
* "Drassodes acrotirius" Roewer, 1928 — Crete
* "Drassodes adisensis" Strand, 1906 — Ethiopia
* "Drassodes affinis" (Nicolet, 1849) — Chile
* "Drassodes afghanus" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Drassodes albicans" (Simon, 1878) — Mediterranean
* "Drassodes alexandrinus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — Greece, Crete, Libya, Egypt, Israel
* "Drassodes andamanensis" Tikader, 1977 — Andaman Islands
* "Drassodes andorranus" Denis, 1938 — Andorra
* "Drassodes angulus" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — USA
* "Drassodes arapensis" Strand, 1908 — Peru
* "Drassodes assimilatus" (Blackwall, 1865) — Canary Islands, Cape Verde Islands
* "Drassodes astrologus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — India
* "Drassodes auriculoides" Barrows, 1919 — USA
* "Drassodes auritus" Schenkel, 1963 — Russia, Kazakhstan, China
* "Drassodes bechuanicus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Drassodes bendamiranus" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Drassodes bicurvatus" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Drassodes brachythelis" (Thorell, 1890) — Sumatra
* "Drassodes braendegaardi" Caporiacco, 1949 — Kenya
* "Drassodes caffrerianus" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Drassodes calceatus" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Drassodes cambridgei" Roewer, 1951 — India
* "Drassodes canaglensis" Caporiacco, 1927 — Slovenia
* "Drassodes carinatus" Strand, 1906 — Ethiopia
* "Drassodes carinivulvus" Caporiacco, 1934 — India
* "Drassodes caspius" Ponomarev & Tsvetkov, 2006 — Kazakhstan
* "Drassodes cerinus" Simon, 1897 — India
* "Drassodes charcoviae" (Thorell, 1875) — Ukraine
* "Drassodes charitonovi" Tuneva, 2005 — Kazakhstan
* "Drassodes clavifemur" (Reimoser, 1935) — Karakorum
* "Drassodes corticalis" (Lucas, 1846) — Algeria
* "Drassodes crassipalpus" (Roewer, 1961) — Afghanistan
* "Drassodes crassipes" (Lucas, 1846) — Algeria
* "Drassodes cupa" Tuneva, 2005 — Kazakhstan
* "Drassodes cupreus" (Blackwall, 1834) — Palearctic
* "Drassodes daliensis" Yang & Song, 2003 — China
* "Drassodes delicatus" (Blackwall, 1867) — India
* "Drassodes deoprayagensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1975 — India
* "Drassodes depilosus" Dönitz & Strand, 1906 — Japan
* "Drassodes deserticola" Simon, 1893 — Algeria, Libya
* "Drassodes difficilis" (Simon, 1878) — France
* "Drassodes digitusiformis" (Hu, 2001) — China
* "Drassodes dispulsoides" Schenkel, 1963 — China
* "Drassodes distinctus" (Lucas, 1846) — Algeria
* "Drassodes dregei" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Drassodes drydeni" Petrunkevitch, 1914 — Myanmar
* "Drassodes ellenae" (Barrion & Litsinger, 1995) — Philippines
* "Drassodes ereptor" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Drassodes falciger" Jézéquel, 1965 — Ivory Coast
* "Drassodes fedtschenkoi" (Kroneberg, 1875) — Uzbekistan
* "Drassodes fugax" (Simon, 1878) — Palearctic
* "Drassodes gangeticus" Tikader & Gajbe, 1975 — India
* "Drassodes gilvus" Tullgren, 1910 — East Africa
* "Drassodes gooldi" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Drassodes gosiutus" Chamberlin, 1919 — USA, Canada
* "Drassodes gujaratensis" Patel & Patel, 1975 — India
* "Drassodes hamiger" (Thorell, 1877) — Sulawesi
* "Drassodes hebei" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004 — China
* "Drassodes helenae" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Drassodes heterophthalmus" Simon, 1905 — India
* "Drassodes himalayensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1975 — India
* "Drassodes ignobilis" Petrunkevitch, 1914 — Myanmar
* "Drassodes imbecillus" (L. Koch, 1875) — Ethiopia
* "Drassodes infletus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1885) — Yarkand, Russia, Mongolia
* "Drassodes insidiator" Thorell, 1897 — Myanmar
* "Drassodes insignis" (Blackwall, 1862) — Brazil
* "Drassodes interemptor" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1885) — Yarkand
* "Drassodes interlisus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1885) — Yarkand
* "Drassodes interpolator" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1885) — Tajikistan, Yarkand
* "Drassodes involutus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1885) — Yarkand
* "Drassodes jakkabagensis" Charitonov, 1946 — Central Asia
* "Drassodes jiufeng" Tang, Song & Zhang, 2001 — China
* "Drassodes kaszabi" Loksa, 1965 — Russia, Mongolia
* "Drassodes katunensis" Marusik, Hippa & Koponen, 1996 — Russia
* "Drassodes kibonotensis" Tullgren, 1910 — East Africa
* "Drassodes krausi" (Roewer, 1961) — Afghanistan
* "Drassodes kwantungensis" Saito, 1937 — China
* "Drassodes lacertosus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Israel, Syria, Russia
* "Drassodes lapidosus" (Walckenaer, 1802) — Palearctic
** "Drassodes lapidosus bidens" (Simon, 1878) — France
* "Drassodes lapsus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1885) — Yarkand
* "Drassodes licenti" Schenkel, 1953 — Mongolia
* "Drassodes lindbergi" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Drassodes lividus" Denis, 1958 — Afghanistan
* "Drassodes longispinus" Marusik & Logunov, 1995 — Russia, China
* "Drassodes lophognathus" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Drassodes luridus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — India
* "Drassodes luteomicans" (Simon, 1878) — Southern Europe
* "Drassodes lutescens" (C. L. Koch, 1839) — Mediterranean to Pakistan
* "Drassodes lyratus" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Drassodes lyriger" Simon, 1909 — Ethiopia
* "Drassodes macilentus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — India
* "Drassodes malagassicus" (Butler, 1879) — Madagascar
* "Drassodes mandibularis" (L. Koch, 1866) — Russia
* "Drassodes manducator" (Thorell, 1897) — Myanmar
* "Drassodes masculus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Drassodes mauritanicus" Denis, 1945 — North Africa
* "Drassodes meghalayaensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1977 — India
* "Drassodes mirandus" (Nicolet, 1849) — Chile
* "Drassodes mirus" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Holarctic
* "Drassodes montenegrinus" (Kulczynski, 1897) — Croatia, Serbia
* "Drassodes monticola" (Kroneberg, 1875) — Central Asia
* "Drassodes myogaster" (Bertkau, 1880) — Germany
* "Drassodes nagqu" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004 — China
* "Drassodes narayanpurensis" Gajbe, 2005 — India
* "Drassodes natali" Esyunin & Tuneva, 2002 — Russia
* "Drassodes neglectus" (Keyserling, 1887) — Holarctic
* "Drassodes nigroscriptus" Simon, 1909 — Morocco
** "Drassodes nigroscriptus deminutus" Simon, 1909 — Morocco
* "Drassodes nox" Dönitz & Strand, 1906 — Japan
* "Drassodes nugatorius" (Karsch, 1881) — Libya, Arabia
* "Drassodes obscurus" (Lucas, 1846) — Algeria
* "Drassodes oreinos" Chatzaki, 2002 — Crete
* "Drassodes orientalis" (L. Koch, 1866) — Russia, Ukraine
* "Drassodes parauritus" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004 — China
* "Drassodes paroculus" Simon, 1893 — Spain
* "Drassodes parvicorpus" Roewer, 1951 — Mallorca
* "Drassodes parvidens" Caporiacco, 1934 — India, Pakistan
* "Drassodes pashanensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1977 — India
* "Drassodes pectinifer" Schenkel, 1936 — China
* "Drassodes phagduaensis" Tikader, 1964 — Nepal
* "Drassodes placidulus" Simon, 1914 — France
* "Drassodes platnicki" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004 — Russia, Mongolia, China
* "Drassodes prosthesimiformis" Strand, 1906 — Ethiopia
* "Drassodes pseudolesserti" Loksa, 1965 — Kazakhstan, Mongolia, China
* "Drassodes pubescens" (Thorell, 1856) — Palearctic
* "Drassodes rhodanicus" Simon, 1914 — France
* "Drassodes riedeli" Schmidt, 1968 — Canary Islands
* "Drassodes robatus" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Drassodes rostratus" Esyunin & Tuneva, 2002 — Russia, Kazakhstan
* "Drassodes rubicundulus" Caporiacco, 1934 — India, Pakistan
* "Drassodes rubidus" (Simon, 1878) — Spain to Italy
* "Drassodes rufipes" (Lucas, 1846) — Algeria
* "Drassodes rugichelis" Denis, 1962 — Madeira
* "Drassodes russulus" (Thorell, 1890) — Java
* "Drassodes saccatus" (Emerton, 1890) — North America
* "Drassodes saganus" Strand, 1918 — Japan
* "Drassodes sagarensis" Tikader, 1982 — India
* "Drassodes saitoi" Schenkel, 1963 — China
* "Drassodes serratichelis" (Roewer, 1928) — Crete, Ukraine, Israel, USA
* "Drassodes serratidens" Schenkel, 1963 — Russia, China, Korea, Japan
* "Drassodes sesquidentatus" Purcell, 1908 — South Africa
* "Drassodes shawanensis" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004 — China
* "Drassodes similis" Nosek, 1905 — Turkey
* "Drassodes simplex" Kulczynski, 1926 — Russia
* "Drassodes simplicivulvus" Caporiacco, 1940 — Ethiopia
* "Drassodes singulariformis" Roewer, 1951 — India
* "Drassodes sirmourensis" (Tikader & Gajbe, 1977) — India, China
* "Drassodes sitae" Tikader & Gajbe, 1975 — India
* "Drassodes sockniensis" (Karsch, 1881) — Libya
* "Drassodes solitarius" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Drassodes soussensis" Denis, 1956 — Morocco
* "Drassodes spinicrus" Caporiacco, 1928 — Libya
* "Drassodes splendens" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Drassodes stationis" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Drassodes sternatus" Strand, 1906 — Ethiopia
* "Drassodes striatus" (L. Koch, 1866) — Balkans
* "Drassodes subviduatus" Strand, 1906 — Ethiopia
* "Drassodes taehadongensis" Paik, 1995 — Korea
* "Drassodes tarrhunensis" (Karsch, 1881) — Libya
* "Drassodes termezius" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Drassodes tesselatus" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Drassodes thimei" (L. Koch, 1878) — Turkmenistan
* "Drassodes tikaderi" (Gajbe, 1987) — India
* "Drassodes tiritschensis" Miller & Buchar, 1972 — Afghanistan
* "Drassodes tortuosus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Drassodes unicolor" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Crete, Libya, Egypt, Lebanon, Israel
* "Drassodes uritai" Tang et al., 1999 — China
* "Drassodes venustus" (Nicolet, 1849) — Chile
* "Drassodes villosus" (Thorell, 1856) — Palearctic
* "Drassodes viveki" (Gajbe, 1992) — India
* "Drassodes voigti" (Bösenberg, 1899) — Germany, Balkans
* "Drassodes vorax" Strand, 1906 — Ethiopia

Drassodex

"Drassodex" Murphy, 2007
* "Drassodex cervinus" (Simon, 1914) — France
* "Drassodex fritillifer" (Simon, 1914) — France
* "Drassodex heeri" (Pavesi, 1873) — Europe
* "Drassodex hispanus" (L. Koch, 1866) — Europe
** "Drassodex hispanus lesserti" (Schenkel, 1936) — Germany, Switzerland
* "Drassodex hypocrita" (Simon, 1878) — Europe, Russia

Drassyllus

"Drassyllus" Chamberlin, 1922
* "Drassyllus adocetus" Chamberlin, 1936 — USA
* "Drassyllus alachua" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — USA
* "Drassyllus antonito" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — USA, Mexico
* "Drassyllus aprilinus" (Banks, 1904) — USA, Mexico
* "Drassyllus arizonensis" (Banks, 1901) — USA, Mexico
* "Drassyllus baccus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Drassyllus barbus" Platnick, 1984 — USA
* "Drassyllus biglobosus" Paik, 1986 — Korea
* "Drassyllus broussardi" Platnick & Horner, 2007 — USA
* "Drassyllus callus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Drassyllus carbonarius" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Israel
* "Drassyllus cerrus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — USA
* "Drassyllus chibus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Drassyllus coajus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Drassyllus conformans" Chamberlin, 1936 — USA, Mexico
* "Drassyllus coreanus" Paik, 1986 — China, Korea
* "Drassyllus covensis" Exline, 1962 — USA
* "Drassyllus creolus" Chamberlin & Gertsch, 1940 — USA, Canada
* "Drassyllus crimeaensis" Kovblyuk, 2003 — Ukraine
* "Drassyllus depressus" (Emerton, 1890) — USA, Canada
* "Drassyllus dixinus" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA
* "Drassyllus dromeus" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA, Canada
* "Drassyllus durango" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Drassyllus ellipes" Chamberlin & Gertsch, 1940 — USA
* "Drassyllus eremitus" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA, Canada
* "Drassyllus eremophilus" Chamberlin & Gertsch, 1940 — USA, Canada
* "Drassyllus eurus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — USA
* "Drassyllus excavatus" (Schenkel, 1963) — China
* "Drassyllus fallens" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA, Canada
* "Drassyllus fractus" Chamberlin, 1936 — USA
* "Drassyllus fragilis" Ponomarev, 2008 — Kazakhstan
* "Drassyllus frigidus" (Banks, 1892) — USA
* "Drassyllus gammus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Drassyllus gynosaphes" Chamberlin, 1936 — USA
* "Drassyllus huachuca" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — USA
* "Drassyllus inanus" Chamberlin & Gertsch, 1940 — USA
* "Drassyllus insularis" (Banks, 1900) — North America
* "Drassyllus jabalpurensis" Gajbe, 2005 — India
* "Drassyllus jubatopalpis" Levy, 1998 — Israel
* "Drassyllus khajuriai" Tikader & Gajbe, 1976 — India
* "Drassyllus lamprus" (Chamberlin, 1920) — North America
* "Drassyllus lepidus" (Banks, 1899) — USA, Mexico
* "Drassyllus louisianus" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA
* "Drassyllus lutetianus" (L. Koch, 1866) — Europe to Kazakhstan
* "Drassyllus mahabalei" Tikader, 1982 — India
* "Drassyllus mazus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Drassyllus mexicanus" (Banks, 1898) — USA, Mexico
* "Drassyllus mirus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Drassyllus mormon" Chamberlin, 1936 — USA, Mexico
* "Drassyllus mumai" Gertsch & Riechert, 1976 — USA, Mexico
* "Drassyllus nannellus" Chamberlin & Gertsch, 1940 — USA, Canada
* "Drassyllus niger" (Banks, 1896) — USA, Canada
* "Drassyllus notonus" Chamberlin, 1928 — USA, Mexico
* "Drassyllus novus" (Banks, 1895) — USA, Canada
* "Drassyllus ojus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — USA, Mexico
* "Drassyllus orgilus" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA, Mexico
* "Drassyllus orlando" Platnick & Corey, 1989 — USA
* "Drassyllus pantherius" Hu & Wu, 1989 — China
* "Drassyllus platnicki" Gajbe, 1987 — India
* "Drassyllus praeficus" (L. Koch, 1866) — Europe to Central Asia
* "Drassyllus proclesis" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA
* "Drassyllus prosaphes" Chamberlin, 1936 — USA, Mexico
* "Drassyllus puebla" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Drassyllus pumiloides" Chatzaki, 2003 — Crete
* "Drassyllus pumilus" (C. L. Koch, 1839) — Europe to Central Asia
* "Drassyllus pusillus" (C. L. Koch, 1833) — Palearctic
* "Drassyllus ratnagiriensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1976 — India
* "Drassyllus rufulus" (Banks, 1892) — USA, Canada
* "Drassyllus salton" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — USA
* "Drassyllus sanmenensis" Platnick & Song, 1986 — China, Korea, Japan
* "Drassyllus saphes" Chamberlin, 1936 — North America
* "Drassyllus sasakawai" Kamura, 1987 — Korea, Japan
* "Drassyllus seminolus" Chamberlin & Gertsch, 1940 — USA
* "Drassyllus shaanxiensis" Platnick & Song, 1986 — Russia, China, Korea, Japan
* "Drassyllus sinton" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — USA, Mexico
* "Drassyllus socius" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA, Canada
* "Drassyllus sonus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Drassyllus sur" Tuneva & Esyunin, 2003 — Russia
* "Drassyllus talus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Drassyllus tepus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Drassyllus texamans" Chamberlin, 1936 — USA, Mexico
* "Drassyllus tinus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Drassyllus truncatus" Paik, 1992 — Korea
* "Drassyllus villicus" (Thorell, 1875) — Europe
* "Drassyllus villus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico
* "Drassyllus vinealis" (Kulczynski, 1897) — Palearctic
* "Drassyllus yaginumai" Kamura, 1987 — Japan
* "Drassyllus yunnanensis" Platnick & Song, 1986 — China, Myanmar
* "Drassyllus zimus" Platnick & Shadab, 1982 — Mexico

Echemella

"Echemella" Strand, 1906
* "Echemella occulta" (Benoit, 1965) — Congo
* "Echemella pavesii" (Simon, 1909) — Ethiopia
* "Echemella quinquedentata" Strand, 1906 — Ethiopia
* "Echemella sinuosa" Murphy & Russell-Smith, 2007 — Ethiopia
* "Echemella strandi" (Caporiacco, 1940) — Ethiopia
* "Echemella tenuis" Murphy & Russell-Smith, 2007 — Ethiopia

Echemographis

"Echemographis" Caporiacco, 1955
* "Echemographis distincta" Caporiacco, 1955 — Venezuela

Echemoides

"Echemoides" Mello-Leitão, 1938
* "Echemoides aguilari" Platnick & Shadab, 1979 — Peru
* "Echemoides argentinus" (Mello-Leitão, 1940) — Argentina
* "Echemoides balsa" Platnick & Shadab, 1979 — Argentina
* "Echemoides cekalovici" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — Chile
* "Echemoides chilensis" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — Chile
* "Echemoides gayi" (Simon, 1904) — Chile
* "Echemoides giganteus" Mello-Leitão, 1938 — Argentina
* "Echemoides illapel" Platnick & Shadab, 1979 — Chile
* "Echemoides malleco" Platnick & Shadab, 1979 — Chile
* "Echemoides mauryi" Platnick & Shadab, 1979 — Paraguay, Argentina
* "Echemoides penai" Platnick & Shadab, 1979 — Peru, Chile
* "Echemoides penicillatus" (Mello-Leitão, 1942) — Paraguay, Argentina
* "Echemoides rossi" Platnick & Shadab, 1979 — Chile
* "Echemoides schlingeri" Platnick & Shadab, 1979 — Chile
* "Echemoides tofo" Platnick & Shadab, 1979 — Chile

Echemus

"Echemus" Simon, 1878
* "Echemus angustifrons" (Westring, 1861) — Europe to Central Asia
** "Echemus angustifrons balticus" (Lohmander, 1942) — Sweden
* "Echemus chaetognathus" (Thorell, 1887) — Myanmar
* "Echemus chaperi" Simon, 1885 — India
* "Echemus chebanus" (Thorell, 1897) — Myanmar
* "Echemus chialanus" Thorell, 1897 — Myanmar
* "Echemus dilutus" (L. Koch, 1873) — Queensland
* "Echemus erutus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Echemus escalerai" Simon, 1909 — Morocco
* "Echemus ghecuanus" (Thorell, 1897) — Myanmar
* "Echemus giaii" Gerschman & Schiapelli, 1948 — Argentina
* "Echemus griseus" (L. Koch, 1873) — Australia
* "Echemus hamipalpis" (Kroneberg, 1875) — Uzbekistan
* "Echemus incinctus" Simon, 1907 — West Africa
* "Echemus inermis" Mello-Leitão, 1939 — Brazil
* "Echemus lacertosus" Simon, 1907 — Principe
* "Echemus modestus" Kulczynski, 1899 — Madeira
* "Echemus orinus" (Thorell, 1897) — Myanmar
* "Echemus pictus" Kulczynski, 1911 — Java
* "Echemus plapoensis" (Thorell, 1897) — Myanmar
* "Echemus scutatus" (Simon, 1879) — Southern Europe, North Africa
* "Echemus sibiricus" Marusik & Logunov, 1995 — Russia
* "Echemus viveki" Gajbe, 1989 — India

Eilica

"Eilica" Keyserling, 1891
* "Eilica albopunctata" (Hogg, 1896) — South Australia, Queensland
* "Eilica amambay" Platnick, 1985 — Brazil, Paraguay
* "Eilica bedourie" Platnick, 1985 — Queensland
* "Eilica bicolor" Banks, 1896 — USA to Honduras, Cuba, Jamaica
* "Eilica bonda" Müller, 1987 — Colombia
* "Eilica chickeringi" Platnick, 1975 — Panama
* "Eilica cincta" (Simon, 1893) — West, Central Africa
* "Eilica contacta" Platnick, 1975 — Queensland, New South Wales
* "Eilica daviesae" Platnick, 1985 — Queensland
* "Eilica fusca" Platnick, 1975 — South Africa
* "Eilica giga" FitzPatrick, 1994 — Zimbabwe
* "Eilica kandarpae" Nigam & Patel, 1996 — India
* "Eilica lotzi" FitzPatrick, 2002 — South Africa
* "Eilica maculipes" (Vellard, 1925) — Brazil
* "Eilica marchantaria" Brescovit & Höfer, 1993 — Brazil
* "Eilica modesta" Keyserling, 1891 — Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina
* "Eilica mullaroo" Platnick, 1988 — Victoria
* "Eilica myrmecophila" (Simon, 1903) — Peru, Argentina
* "Eilica obscura" (Keyserling, 1891) — Brazil
* "Eilica platnicki" Tikader & Gajbe, 1977 — India
* "Eilica pomposa" Medan, 2001 — Argentina
* "Eilica rotunda" Platnick, 1975 — Queensland
* "Eilica rufithorax" (Simon, 1893) — Venezuela, Brazil
* "Eilica serrata" Platnick, 1975 — Queensland, Western Australia
* "Eilica songadhensis" Patel, 1988 — India
* "Eilica tikaderi" Platnick, 1976 — India
* "Eilica trilineata" (Mello-Leitão, 1941) — Argentina, Chile, Brazil
* "Eilica uniformis" (Schiapelli & Gerschman, 1942) — Argentina

Encoptarthria

"Encoptarthria" Main, 1954
* "Encoptarthria serventyi" Main, 1954 — Western Australia

Epicharitus

"Epicharitus" Rainbow, 1916
* "Epicharitus leucosemus" Rainbow, 1916 — Queensland

Fedotovia

"Fedotovia" Charitonov, 1946
* "Fedotovia mongolica" Marusik, 1993 — Mongolia
* "Fedotovia uzbekistanica" Charitonov, 1946 — Central Asia, Mongolia

Gertschosa

"Gertschosa" Platnick & Shadab, 1981
* "Gertschosa amphiloga" (Chamberlin, 1936) — USA, Mexico
* "Gertschosa cincta" (Banks, 1929) — Panama
* "Gertschosa concinna" (Simon, 1895) — Mexico
* "Gertschosa palisadoes" Platnick & Shadab, 1981 — Jamaica

Gnaphosa

"Gnaphosa" Latreille, 1804
* "Gnaphosa aborigena" Tyschchenko, 1965 — Kazakhstan
* "Gnaphosa akagiensis" Hayashi, 1994 — Japan
* "Gnaphosa alacris" Simon, 1878 — France, Italy, Croatia, Morocco
* "Gnaphosa alpica" Simon, 1878 — Europe
* "Gnaphosa altudona" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA
* "Gnaphosa antipola" Chamberlin, 1933 — USA, Canada
* "Gnaphosa atramentaria" Simon, 1878 — France
* "Gnaphosa azerbaidzhanica" Tuneva & Esyunin, 2003 — Azerbaijan
* "Gnaphosa badia" (L. Koch, 1866) — Europe to Azerbaijan
* "Gnaphosa balearicola" Strand, 1942 — Balearic Islands
* "Gnaphosa banini" Marusik & Koponen, 2001 — Mongolia
* "Gnaphosa basilicata" Simon, 1882 — Italy
* "Gnaphosa belyaevi" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Mongolia
* "Gnaphosa betpaki" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Russia, Kazakhstan
* "Gnaphosa bicolor" (Hahn, 1833) — Europe to Georgia
* "Gnaphosa bithynica" Kulczynski, 1903 — Crete, Turkey
* "Gnaphosa borea" Kulczynski, 1908 — Holarctic
* "Gnaphosa brumalis" Thorell, 1875 — USA, Canada, Alaska
* "Gnaphosa californica" Banks, 1904 — USA, Canada
* "Gnaphosa campanulata" Zhang & Song, 2001 — China
* "Gnaphosa cantabrica" Simon, 1914 — Spain, France
* "Gnaphosa caucasica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Russia
* "Gnaphosa chiapas" Platnick & Shadab, 1975 — Mexico
* "Gnaphosa chihuahua" Platnick & Shadab, 1975 — Mexico
* "Gnaphosa chola" Ovtsharenko & Marusik, 1988 — Russia, Mongolia, China
* "Gnaphosa clara" (Keyserling, 1887) — North America
* "Gnaphosa corticola" Simon, 1914 — France
* "Gnaphosa cumensis" Ponomarev, 1981 — Ukraine, Russia, Mongolia
* "Gnaphosa cyrenaica" (Caporiacco, 1949) — Libya
* "Gnaphosa danieli" Miller & Buchar, 1972 — Afghanistan
* "Gnaphosa dege" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Kyrgyzstan, China
* "Gnaphosa dentata" Platnick & Shadab, 1975 — USA
* "Gnaphosa dolosa" Herman, 1879 — Palearctic
* "Gnaphosa eskovi" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Kazakhstan
* "Gnaphosa eucalyptus" Ghafoor & Beg, 2002 — Pakistan
* "Gnaphosa fagei" Schenkel, 1963 — Kazakhstan, China
* "Gnaphosa fallax" Herman, 1879 — Hungary
* "Gnaphosa fontinalis" Keyserling, 1887 — USA, Mexico
* "Gnaphosa funerea" (Dalmas, 1921) — St. Helena
* "Gnaphosa gracilior" Kulczynski, 1901 — Russia, Mongolia, China
* "Gnaphosa haarlovi" Denis, 1958 — Central Asia
* "Gnaphosa halophila" Esyunin & Efimik, 1997 — Russia
* "Gnaphosa hastata" Fox, 1937 — China, Korea
* "Gnaphosa hirsutipes" Banks, 1901 — USA, Mexico
* "Gnaphosa iberica" Simon, 1878 — Spain
* "Gnaphosa ilika" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan
* "Gnaphosa inconspecta" Simon, 1878 — Palearctic
* "Gnaphosa jodhpurensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1977 — India, China
* "Gnaphosa jucunda" Thorell, 1875 — Russia, Ukraine
* "Gnaphosa kailana" Tikader, 1966 — India
* "Gnaphosa kamurai" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Japan
* "Gnaphosa kansuensis" Schenkel, 1936 — Russia, China, Korea
* "Gnaphosa ketmer" Tuneva, 2005 — Kazakhstan
* "Gnaphosa kompirensis" Bösenberg & Strand, 1906 — Russia, China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam
* "Gnaphosa kuldzha" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan
* "Gnaphosa kurchak" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Kyrgyzstan
* "Gnaphosa lapponum" (L. Koch, 1866) — Europe to Central Asia
** "Gnaphosa lapponum inermis" Strand, 1899 — Norway
* "Gnaphosa leporina" (L. Koch, 1866) — Palearctic
* "Gnaphosa licenti" Schenkel, 1953 — Kazakhstan, Russia, Mongolia, China, Korea
* "Gnaphosa limbata" Strand, 1900 — Norway
* "Gnaphosa lonai" Caporiacco, 1949 — Italy
* "Gnaphosa lucifuga" (Walckenaer, 1802) — Palearctic
** "Gnaphosa lucifuga minor" Nosek, 1905 — Turkey
* "Gnaphosa luctifica" Simon, 1879 — France
* "Gnaphosa lugubris" (C. L. Koch, 1839) — Europe to Central Asia
* "Gnaphosa mandschurica" Schenkel, 1963 — Russia, Mongolia, China, Nepal
* "Gnaphosa maritima" Platnick & Shadab, 1975 — USA, Mexico
* "Gnaphosa mcheidzeae" Mikhailov, 1998 — Georgia
* "Gnaphosa microps" Holm, 1939 — Holarctic
* "Gnaphosa modestior" Kulczynski, 1897 — Eastern Europe to Azerbaijan
* "Gnaphosa moerens" O. P.-Cambridge, 1885 — China, Nepal
* "Gnaphosa moesta" Thorell, 1875 — Hungary, Romania, Ukraine, Russia
* "Gnaphosa mongolica" Simon, 1895 — Hungary to China
* "Gnaphosa montana" (L. Koch, 1866) — Palearctic
* "Gnaphosa muscorum" (L. Koch, 1866) — Holarctic
** "Gnaphosa muscorum gaunitzi" Tullgren, 1955 — Sweden, Russia
* "Gnaphosa namulinensis" Hu, 2001 — China
* "Gnaphosa nigerrima" L. Koch, 1877 — Palearctic
* "Gnaphosa nordlandica" Strand, 1900 — Norway
* "Gnaphosa norvegica" Strand, 1900 — Norway
* "Gnaphosa occidentalis" Simon, 1878 — Western Europe
* "Gnaphosa oceanica" Simon, 1878 — France
* "Gnaphosa oligerae" Ovtsharenko & Platnick, 1998 — Russia
* "Gnaphosa opaca" Herman, 1879 — Europe to Central Asia
* "Gnaphosa orchymonti" Giltay, 1932 — Macedonia
* "Gnaphosa orites" Chamberlin, 1922 — Holarctic
* "Gnaphosa ovchinnikovi" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Kyrgyzstan
* "Gnaphosa parvula" Banks, 1896 — USA, Canada, Alaska
* "Gnaphosa pauriensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1977 — India
* "Gnaphosa pengi" Zhang & Yin, 2001 — China
* "Gnaphosa perplexa" Denis, 1958 — Afghanistan
* "Gnaphosa petrobia" L. Koch, 1872 — Europe
* "Gnaphosa pilosa" Savelyeva, 1972 — Kazakhstan
* "Gnaphosa poonaensis" Tikader, 1973 — India
* "Gnaphosa porrecta" Strand, 1900 — Norway
* "Gnaphosa potanini" Simon, 1895 — Russia, Mongolia, China, Korea, Japan
* "Gnaphosa potosi" Platnick & Shadab, 1975 — Mexico
* "Gnaphosa primorica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Russia, Japan
* "Gnaphosa prosperi" Simon, 1878 — Spain
* "Gnaphosa pseashcho" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Russia
* "Gnaphosa pseudolapponica" Strand, 1904 — Norway
* "Gnaphosa pseudoleporina" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Russia
* "Gnaphosa rasnitsyni" Marusik, 1993 — Mongolia
* "Gnaphosa reikhardi" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan
* "Gnaphosa rhenana" Müller & Schenkel, 1895 — Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Italy, Romania
* "Gnaphosa rohtakensis" Gajbe, 1992 — India
* "Gnaphosa rufula" (L. Koch, 1866) — Hungary, Russia, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Israel
* "Gnaphosa salsa" Platnick & Shadab, 1975 — USA, Mexico
* "Gnaphosa sandersi" Gertsch & Davis, 1940 — Mexico
* "Gnaphosa saurica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Central Asia
* "Gnaphosa saxosa" Platnick & Shadab, 1975 — USA
* "Gnaphosa secreta" Simon, 1878 — France
* "Gnaphosa sericata" (L. Koch, 1866) — USA to Guatemala, Cuba
* "Gnaphosa sinensis" Simon, 1880 — China, Korea
* "Gnaphosa snohomish" Platnick & Shadab, 1975 — USA, Canada
* "Gnaphosa songi" Zhang, 2001 — China
* "Gnaphosa sonora" Platnick & Shadab, 1975 — Mexico
* "Gnaphosa steppica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Turkey to Kazakhstan
* "Gnaphosa sticta" Kulczynski, 1908 — Palearctic
* "Gnaphosa stoliczkai" O. P.-Cambridge, 1885 — China
* "Gnaphosa stussineri" Simon, 1885 — Greece
* "Gnaphosa synthetica" Chamberlin, 1924 — USA, Mexico
* "Gnaphosa tarabaevi" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan
* "Gnaphosa taurica" Thorell, 1875 — Bulgaria to China
* "Gnaphosa tenebrosa" Fox, 1938 — probably Mexico
* "Gnaphosa tetrica" Simon, 1878 — France, Macedonia
* "Gnaphosa tigrina" Simon, 1878 — Mediterranean to Russia
* "Gnaphosa tumd" Tang, Song & Zhang, 2001 — China
* "Gnaphosa tuvinica" Marusik & Logunov, 1992 — Russia, Mongolia
* "Gnaphosa ukrainica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Ukraine, Russia, Turkmenistan
* "Gnaphosa utahana" Banks, 1904 — USA
* "Gnaphosa wiehlei" Schenkel, 1963 — Russia, Mongolia, China
* "Gnaphosa xieae" Zhang & Yin, 2001 — China
* "Gnaphosa zeugitana" Pavesi, 1880 — North Africa
* "Gnaphosa zhaoi" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — China
* "Gnaphosa zonsteini" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Kyrgyzstan
* "Gnaphosa zyuzini" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Song, 1992 — Kazakhstan

Haplodrassus

"Haplodrassus" Chamberlin, 1922
* "Haplodrassus aenus" Thaler, 1984 — Switzerland, Austria
* "Haplodrassus ambalaensis" Gajbe, 1992 — India
* "Haplodrassus atarot" Levy, 2004 — Israel
* "Haplodrassus belgeri" Ovtsharenko & Marusik, 1988 — Russia
* "Haplodrassus bengalensis" Gajbe, 1992 — India
* "Haplodrassus bicornis" (Emerton, 1909) — USA, Canada
* "Haplodrassus bohemicus" Miller & Buchar, 1977 — Czech Rep.
* "Haplodrassus canariensis" Schmidt, 1977 — Canary Islands
* "Haplodrassus chamberlini" Platnick & Shadab, 1975 — North America
* "Haplodrassus chotanagpurensis" Gajbe, 1987 — India
* "Haplodrassus cognatus" (Westring, 1861) — Palearctic
** "Haplodrassus cognatus ermolajewi" Lohmander, 1942 — Russia
* "Haplodrassus concertor" (Simon, 1878) — France
* "Haplodrassus creticus" (Roewer, 1928) — Greece, Crete
* "Haplodrassus dalmatensis" (L. Koch, 1866) — Palearctic
** "Haplodrassus dalmatensis pictus" (Thorell, 1875) — Spain, Madeira
* "Haplodrassus dentatus" Xu & Song, 1987 — China
* "Haplodrassus deserticola" Schmidt & Krause, 1996 — Canary Islands
* "Haplodrassus dixiensis" Chamberlin & Woodbury, 1929 — USA
* "Haplodrassus dumdumensis" Tikader, 1982 — India
* "Haplodrassus eunis" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA, Canada, Alaska
* "Haplodrassus grazianoi" Caporiacco, 1948 — Rhodes
* "Haplodrassus hatsushibai" Kamura, 2007 — Japan
* "Haplodrassus hiemalis" (Emerton, 1909) — Holarctic
* "Haplodrassus invalidus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Spain, Corsica, Sicily, Italy, Israel
* "Haplodrassus isaevi" Ponomarev & Tsvetkov, 2006 — Russia, Kazakhstan
* "Haplodrassus jacobi" Gajbe, 1992 — India
* "Haplodrassus kanenoi" Kamura, 1995 — Japan
* "Haplodrassus kulczynskii" Lohmander, 1942 — Palearctic
* "Haplodrassus lilliputanus" Levy, 2004 — Israel
* "Haplodrassus macellinus" (Thorell, 1871) — Western Mediterranean
** "Haplodrassus macellinus hebes" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — France, Corsica, Italy, Sicily
* "Haplodrassus maculatus" (Banks, 1904) — USA, Mexico
* "Haplodrassus mayumiae" Kamura, 2007 — Japan
* "Haplodrassus mediterraneus" Levy, 2004 — Israel
* "Haplodrassus mimus" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA
* "Haplodrassus minor" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1879) — Europe, Russia
* "Haplodrassus moderatus" (Kulczynski, 1897) — Palearctic
* "Haplodrassus montanus" Paik & Sohn, 1984 — Korea
* "Haplodrassus morosus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Israel, Karakorum
* "Haplodrassus nojimai" Kamura, 2007 — Japan
* "Haplodrassus ovtchinnikovi" Ponomarev, 2008 — Kazakhstan
* "Haplodrassus paramecus" Zhang, Song & Zhu, 2001 — China
* "Haplodrassus pargongsanensis" Paik, 1992 — Korea
* "Haplodrassus pseudosignifer" Marusik, Hippa & Koponen, 1996 — Russia
* "Haplodrassus pugnans" (Simon, 1880) — Palearctic
* "Haplodrassus reginae" Schmidt & Krause, 1998 — Cape Verde Islands
* "Haplodrassus rufus" (Savelyeva, 1972) — Kazakhstan
* "Haplodrassus rugosus" Tuneva, 2005 — Kazakhstan
* "Haplodrassus sataraensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1977 — India
* "Haplodrassus seditiosus" (Caporiacco, 1928) — Libya
* "Haplodrassus severus" (C. L. Koch, 1839) — Mediterranean
* "Haplodrassus signifer" (C. L. Koch, 1839) — Holarctic
* "Haplodrassus silvestris" (Blackwall, 1833) — Palearctic
* "Haplodrassus soerenseni" (Strand, 1900) — Palearctic
* "Haplodrassus stuxbergi" (L. Koch, 1879) — Russia
* "Haplodrassus taepaikensis" Paik, 1992 — Russia, Korea
* "Haplodrassus taibo" (Chamberlin, 1919) — USA
* "Haplodrassus tegulatus" (Schenkel, 1963) — Russia, China
* "Haplodrassus tehriensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1977 — India
* "Haplodrassus umbratilis" (L. Koch, 1866) — Europe to Kazakhstan
** "Haplodrassus umbratilis gothicus" Lohmander, 1942 — Sweden
* "Haplodrassus vastus" (Hu, 1989) — China

Hemicloea

"Hemicloea" Thorell, 1870
* "Hemicloea affinis" L. Koch, 1875 — New South Wales
* "Hemicloea crocotila" Simon, 1908 — Western Australia
* "Hemicloea limbata" L. Koch, 1875 — New South Wales
* "Hemicloea michaelseni" Simon, 1908 — Western Australia
* "Hemicloea murina" L. Koch, 1875 — Queensland
* "Hemicloea pacifica" Berland, 1924 — Loyalty Islands
* "Hemicloea plumea" L. Koch, 1875 — Queensland, New South Wales, Lord Howe Islands
* "Hemicloea rogenhoferi" L. Koch, 1875 — Queensland, New South Wales, New Zealand
* "Hemicloea semiplumosa" Simon, 1908 — Western Australia
* "Hemicloea sublimbata" Simon, 1908 — Western Australia
* "Hemicloea sundevalli" Thorell, 1870 — Queensland, New South Wales, New Zealand
* "Hemicloea tasmani" Dalmas, 1917 — Tasmania
* "Hemicloea tenera" L. Koch, 1876 — Queensland, New South Wales

Herpyllus

"Herpyllus" Hentz, 1832
* "Herpyllus australis" (Holmberg, 1881) — Argentina
* "Herpyllus bensonae" Fox, 1938 — Mexico
* "Herpyllus brachet" Platnick & Shadab, 1977 — Mexico
* "Herpyllus bubulcus" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA, Mexico
* "Herpyllus calcuttaensis" Biswas, 1984 — India
* "Herpyllus coahuilanus" Gertsch & Davis, 1940 — Mexico
* "Herpyllus cockerelli" (Banks, 1901) — USA, Mexico
* "Herpyllus convallis" Chamberlin, 1936 — USA, Mexico
* "Herpyllus coreanus" Paik, 1992 — Korea
* "Herpyllus ecclesiasticus" Hentz, 1832 — North America
* "Herpyllus emertoni" Bryant, 1935 — USA
* "Herpyllus excelsus" Fox, 1938 — USA, Mexico
* "Herpyllus fidelis" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1898) — Mexico
* "Herpyllus frio" Platnick & Shadab, 1977 — Mexico
* "Herpyllus gertschi" Platnick & Shadab, 1977 — USA, Mexico
* "Herpyllus giganteus" Platnick & Shadab, 1977 — Mexico
* "Herpyllus goaensis" Tikader, 1982 — India
* "Herpyllus hesperolus" Chamberlin, 1928 — North America
* "Herpyllus iguala" Platnick & Shadab, 1977 — Mexico
* "Herpyllus lativulvus" Denis, 1958 — Afghanistan
* "Herpyllus malkini" Platnick & Shadab, 1977 — Mexico
* "Herpyllus paropanisadensis" Denis, 1958 — Afghanistan
* "Herpyllus perditus" (Banks, 1898) — Mexico
* "Herpyllus perote" Platnick & Shadab, 1977 — Mexico
* "Herpyllus pictus" (F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1899) — Mexico
* "Herpyllus propinquus" (Keyserling, 1887) — North America
* "Herpyllus proximus" Denis, 1958 — Turkmenistan, Afghanistan
* "Herpyllus regnans" Chamberlin, 1936 — USA
* "Herpyllus reservatus" Chamberlin, 1936 — USA, Mexico
* "Herpyllus scholasticus" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA
* "Herpyllus schwarzi" (Banks, 1901) — USA
* "Herpyllus sherus" Platnick & Shadab, 1977 — Mexico
* "Herpyllus vicinus" Denis, 1958 — Afghanistan

Heser

"Heser" Tuneva, 2005
* "Heser aradensis" (Levy, 1998) — Israel
* "Heser infumatus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Tanzania, Egypt, Israel
* "Heser malefactor" Tuneva, 2005 — Kazakhstan

Hitobia

"Hitobia" Kamura, 1992
* "Hitobia asiatica" (Bösenberg & Strand, 1906) — Japan
* "Hitobia cancellata" Yin et al., 1996 — China
* "Hitobia chayuensis" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004 — China
* "Hitobia menglong" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004 — China
* "Hitobia monsta" Yin et al., 1996 — China
* "Hitobia tenuicincta" (Simon, 1909) — Vietnam
* "Hitobia unifascigera" (Bösenberg & Strand, 1906) — China, Korea, Japan
* "Hitobia yaginumai" Deeleman-Reinhold, 2001 — Thailand
* "Hitobia yasunosukei" Kamura, 1992 — China, Okinawa
* "Hitobia yunnan" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004 — China

Homoeothele

"Homoeothele" Simon, 1908
* "Homoeothele micans" Simon, 1908 — Western Australia

Hongkongia

"Hongkongia" Song & Zhu, 1998
* "Hongkongia caeca" Deeleman-Reinhold, 2001 — Moluccas
* "Hongkongia reptrix" Deeleman-Reinhold, 2001 — Java, Borneo, Bali
* "Hongkongia wuae" Song & Zhu, 1998 — Hong Kong, Sulawesi

Hypodrassodes

"Hypodrassodes" Dalmas, 1919
* "Hypodrassodes apicus" Forster, 1979 — New Zealand
* "Hypodrassodes asbolodes" (Rainbow & Pulleine, 1920) — Lord Howe Islands
* "Hypodrassodes canacus" Berland, 1924 — New Caledonia
* "Hypodrassodes cockerelli" Berland, 1932 — New Caledonia
* "Hypodrassodes courti" Forster, 1979 — New Zealand
* "Hypodrassodes crassus" Forster, 1979 — New Zealand
* "Hypodrassodes dalmasi" Forster, 1979 — New Zealand
* "Hypodrassodes ignambensis" Berland, 1924 — New Caledonia
* "Hypodrassodes insulanus" Forster, 1979 — New Zealand
* "Hypodrassodes isopus" Forster, 1979 — New Zealand
* "Hypodrassodes maoricus" (Dalmas, 1917) — New Zealand

Intruda

"Intruda" Forster, 1979
* "Intruda signata" (Hogg, 1900) — Victoria, New Zealand

Kaitawa

"Kaitawa" Forster, 1979
* "Kaitawa insulare" (Marples, 1956) — New Zealand

Kishidaia

"Kishidaia" Yaginuma, 1960
* "Kishidaia albimaculata" (Saito, 1934) — Russia, China, Japan
* "Kishidaia conspicua" (L. Koch, 1866) — Europe to Central Asia
** "Kishidaia conspicua concolor" (Caporiacco, 1951) — Italy
* "Kishidaia coreana" (Paik, 1992) — Korea
* "Kishidaia xinping" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004 — China

Ladissa

"Ladissa" Simon, 1907
* "Ladissa africana" Simon, 1907 — Sierra Leone
* "Ladissa inda" (Simon, 1897) — India
* "Ladissa latecingulata" Simon, 1907 — India
* "Ladissa semirufa" Simon, 1907 — Benin

Laronius

"Laronius" Platnick & Deeleman-Reinhold, 2001
* "Laronius erewan" Platnick & Deeleman-Reinhold, 2001 — Thailand, Sumatra

Latonigena

"Latonigena" Simon, 1893
* "Latonigena africanus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Latonigena auricomus" Simon, 1893 — Argentina

Leptodrassex

"Leptodrassex" Murphy, 2007
* "Leptodrassex algericus" (Dalmas, 1919) — Algeria
* "Leptodrassex hylaestomachi" (Berland, 1934) — Canary Islands
* "Leptodrassex simoni" Dalmas, 1919 — Portugal, Spain, France, Lebanon

Leptodrassus

"Leptodrassus" Simon, 1878
* "Leptodrassus albidus" Simon, 1914 — Spain to Crete, Azores
* "Leptodrassus bergensis" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Leptodrassus croaticus" Dalmas, 1919 — Croatia
* "Leptodrassus diomedeus" Caporiacco, 1951 — Italy
* "Leptodrassus femineus" (Simon, 1873) — Portugal to Crete
* "Leptodrassus fragilis" Dalmas, 1919 — Algeria, Libya
* "Leptodrassus hadjissaranti" Chatzaki, 2002 — Crete
* "Leptodrassus leclerci" Denis, 1966 — Libya
* "Leptodrassus licentiosus" Dalmas, 1919 — South Africa
* "Leptodrassus manolisi" Chatzaki, 2002 — Crete
* "Leptodrassus memorialis" Spassky, 1940 — Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Mongolia
* "Leptodrassus punicus" Dalmas, 1919 — Tunisia
* "Leptodrassus pupa" Dalmas, 1919 — Crete, Egypt
* "Leptodrassus strandi" Caporiacco, 1947 — Ethiopia
* "Leptodrassus tenerrimus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Israel
* "Leptodrassus tropicus" Dalmas, 1919 — Sierra Leone

Litopyllus

"Litopyllus" Chamberlin, 1922
* "Litopyllus cubanus" (Bryant, 1940) — USA, Bahama Islands, Cuba
* "Litopyllus realisticus" (Chamberlin, 1924) — Mexico
* "Litopyllus temporarius" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA

Matua

"Matua" Forster, 1979
* "Matua festiva" Forster, 1979 — New Zealand
* "Matua valida" Forster, 1979 — New Zealand

Megamyrmaekion

"Megamyrmaekion" Wider, 1834
* "Megamyrmaekion algericum" Simon, 1885 — Algeria, Tunisia
* "Megamyrmaekion ashae" Tikader & Gajbe, 1977 — India
* "Megamyrmaekion austrinum" Simon, 1908 — Western Australia
* "Megamyrmaekion caudatum" Wider, 1834 — Egypt, Israel
* "Megamyrmaekion echemophthalmum" Simon, 1908 — Western Australia
* "Megamyrmaekion jodhpurense" Gajbe, 1993 — India
* "Megamyrmaekion kajalae" Biswas & Biswas, 1992 — India
* "Megamyrmaekion nairobii" Berland, 1920 — East Africa
* "Megamyrmaekion penicillatum" Simon, 1908 — Western Australia
* "Megamyrmaekion perpusillum" Simon, 1908 — Western Australia
* "Megamyrmaekion pumilum" Simon, 1885 — North Africa
* "Megamyrmaekion schreineri" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Megamyrmaekion transvaalense" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Megamyrmaekion velox" Simon, 1887 — South Africa
* "Megamyrmaekion vestigator" Simon, 1908 — Western Australia
* "Megamyrmaekion vulpinum" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — Niger, Egypt

Micaria

"Micaria" Westring, 1851
* "Micaria aborigenica" Mikhailov, 1988 — Russia
* "Micaria aciculata" Simon, 1895 — Russia
* "Micaria aenea" Thorell, 1871 — Holarctic
* "Micaria albofasciata" Hu, 2001 — China
* "Micaria albovittata" (Lucas, 1846) — Palearctic
* "Micaria alpina" L. Koch, 1872 — Holarctic
* "Micaria alxa" Tang et al., 1997 — China
* "Micaria beaufortia" (Tucker, 1923) — South Africa
* "Micaria belezma" Bosmans, 2000 — Algeria
* "Micaria bonneti" Schenkel, 1963 — China
* "Micaria braendegaardi" Denis, 1958 — Afghanistan
* "Micaria brignolii" (Bosmans & Blick, 2000) — Portugal
* "Micaria browni" Barnes, 1953 — USA
* "Micaria camargo" Platnick & Shadab, 1988 — Mexico
* "Micaria capistrano" Platnick & Shadab, 1988 — USA, Mexico
* "Micaria charitonovi" Mikhailov & Ponomarev, 2008 — Kazakhstan
* "Micaria chrysis" (Simon, 1910) — Namibia
* "Micaria cimarron" Platnick & Shadab, 1988 — USA
* "Micaria coarctata" (Lucas, 1846) — Mediterranean to Central Asia
* "Micaria coloradensis" Banks, 1896 — USA, Canada
* "Micaria connexa" O. P.-Cambridge, 1885 — Yarkand
* "Micaria constricta" Emerton, 1894 — Holarctic
* "Micaria corvina" Simon, 1878 — Algeria, Tunisia, Israel
* "Micaria croesia" L. Koch, 1873 — New South Wales
* "Micaria cyrnea" Brignoli, 1983 — Corsica, Italy
* "Micaria delicatula" Bryant, 1941 — USA
* "Micaria deserticola" Gertsch, 1933 — USA, Mexico
* "Micaria dives" (Lucas, 1846) — Palearctic
** "Micaria dives concolor" (Caporiacco, 1935) — Karakorum
* "Micaria donensis" Ponomarev & Tsvetkov, 2006 — Russia
* "Micaria elizabethae" Gertsch, 1942 — USA, Canada
* "Micaria emertoni" Gertsch, 1935 — North America
* "Micaria faltana" Bhattacharya, 1935 — India
* "Micaria formicaria" (Sundevall, 1831) — Palearctic
* "Micaria foxi" Gertsch, 1933 — USA, Canada
* "Micaria fulgens" (Walckenaer, 1802) — Palearctic
* "Micaria funerea" Simon, 1878 — Spain, Corsica, Russia
* "Micaria gertschi" Barrows & Ivie, 1942 — USA, Canada
* "Micaria gomerae" Strand, 1911 — Canary Islands
* "Micaria gosiuta" Gertsch, 1942 — USA, Mexico
* "Micaria gulliae" Tuneva & Esyunin, 2003 — Russia
* "Micaria guttigera" Simon, 1878 — Portugal, Spain, France
* "Micaria guttulata" (C. L. Koch, 1839) — Palearctic
* "Micaria icenoglei" Platnick & Shadab, 1988 — USA
* "Micaria idana" Platnick & Shadab, 1988 — USA, Canada
* "Micaria ignea" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Canary Islands to Central Asia
* "Micaria imperiosa" Gertsch, 1935 — USA, Mexico
* "Micaria inornata" L. Koch, 1873 — Australia
* "Micaria japonica" Hayashi, 1985 — Russia, Korea, Japan
* "Micaria jeanae" Gertsch, 1942 — USA, Mexico
* "Micaria jinlin" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004 — China
* "Micaria koeni" (Bosmans, 2000) — Greece, Crete
* "Micaria kopetdaghensis" Mikhailov, 1986 — Russia, Central Asia
* "Micaria langtry" Platnick & Shadab, 1988 — USA
* "Micaria lassena" Platnick & Shadab, 1988 — USA
* "Micaria laticeps" Emerton, 1909 — USA, Canada
* "Micaria lenzi" Bösenberg, 1899 — Palearctic
* "Micaria lindbergi" Roewer, 1962 — Afghanistan
* "Micaria logunovi" Zhang, Song & Zhu, 2001 — China
* "Micaria longipes" Emerton, 1890 — North America
* "Micaria longispina" Emerton, 1911 — USA, Canada
* "Micaria marusiki" Zhang, Song & Zhu, 2001 — China
* "Micaria medica" Platnick & Shadab, 1988 — USA, Canada
* "Micaria mexicana" Platnick & Shadab, 1988 — Mexico
* "Micaria mongunica" Danilov, 1997 — Russia
* "Micaria mormon" Gertsch, 1935 — North America
* "Micaria nanella" Gertsch, 1935 — USA, Mexico
* "Micaria nivosa" L. Koch, 1866 — Europe to Kazakhstan
* "Micaria nye" Platnick & Shadab, 1988 — USA, Mexico
* "Micaria otero" Platnick & Shadab, 1988 — USA
* "Micaria pallens" Denis, 1958 — Afghanistan
* "Micaria pallida" O. P.-Cambridge, 1885 — Tajikistan
* "Micaria palliditarsa" Banks, 1896 — USA, Mexico
* "Micaria pallipes" (Lucas, 1846) — Canary Islands to Central Asia
* "Micaria palma" Platnick & Shadab, 1988 — USA
* "Micaria palmgreni" Wunderlich, 1979 — Finland
* "Micaria paralbofasciata" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004 — China
* "Micaria pasadena" Platnick & Shadab, 1988 — USA, Mexico
* "Micaria porta" Platnick & Shadab, 1988 — USA, Mexico
* "Micaria pulcherrima" Caporiacco, 1935 — Russia, China
** "Micaria pulcherrima flava" Caporiacco, 1935 — Karakorum
* "Micaria pulicaria" (Sundevall, 1831) — Holarctic
* "Micaria punctata" Banks, 1896 — USA
* "Micaria riggsi" Gertsch, 1942 — USA, Canada
* "Micaria rossica" Thorell, 1875 — Holarctic
* "Micaria seminola" Gertsch, 1942 — USA
* "Micaria seymuria" Tuneva, 2005 — Kazakhstan
* "Micaria silesiaca" L. Koch, 1875 — Palearctic
* "Micaria siniloana" Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 — Philippines
* "Micaria sociabilis" Kulczynski, 1897 — Central, Southern Europe
* "Micaria subopaca" Westring, 1861 — Palearctic
* "Micaria tarabaevi" Mikhailov, 1988 — Kazakhstan
* "Micaria tersissima" Simon, 1910 — Namibia
* "Micaria triangulosa" Gertsch, 1935 — USA
* "Micaria triguttata" Simon, 1884 — Spain, France, Algeria
* "Micaria tripunctata" Holm, 1978 — Holarctic
* "Micaria tuvensis" Danilov, 1993 — Russia, Kazakhstan, China
* "Micaria utahna" Gertsch, 1933 — USA
* "Micaria vinnula" Gertsch & Davis, 1936 — USA
* "Micaria violens" Oliger, 1983 — Russia
* "Micaria xiningensis" Hu, 2001 — China
* "Micaria yeniseica" Marusik & Koponen, 2002 — Russia
* "Micaria yushuensis" Hu, 2001 — China

Microdrassus

"Microdrassus" Dalmas, 1919
* "Microdrassus inaudax" (Simon, 1898) — Seychelles

Microsa

"Microsa" Platnick & Shadab, 1977
* "Microsa chickeringi" Platnick & Shadab, 1977 — Virgin Islands
* "Microsa cubitas" Alayón & Platnick, 1993 — Cuba
* "Microsa gertschi" Platnick, 1978 — Bahama Islands

Micythus

"Micythus" Thorell, 1897
* "Micythus anopsis" Deeleman-Reinhold, 2001 — Thailand
* "Micythus pictus" Thorell, 1897 — Myanmar, Borneo
* "Micythus rangunensis" (Thorell, 1895) — Myanmar, Sumatra, Borneo

Minosia

"Minosia" Dalmas, 1921
* "Minosia assimilis" Caporiacco, 1941 — Ethiopia, Uganda
* "Minosia berlandi" Lessert, 1929 — Congo
* "Minosia bicalcarata" (Simon, 1882) — Yemen
* "Minosia clypeolaria" (Simon, 1907) — Guinea-Bissau
* "Minosia eburneensis" Jézéquel, 1965 — Ivory Coast
* "Minosia irrugata" (Simon, 1907) — Guinea-Bissau
* "Minosia karakumensis" (Spassky, 1939) — Turkmenistan
* "Minosia lynx" (Simon, 1886) — Senegal
* "Minosia pharao" Dalmas, 1921 — Egypt, Israel
** "Minosia pharao occidentalis" Dalmas, 1921 — Algeria
* "Minosia santschii" Dalmas, 1921 — Tunisia, Libya
* "Minosia senegaliensis" Dalmas, 1921 — Senegal
* "Minosia simeonica" Levy, 1995 — Israel
* "Minosia spinosissima" (Simon, 1878) — Spain, France, Israel

Minosiella

"Minosiella" Dalmas, 1921
* "Minosiella intermedia" Denis, 1958 — Central Asia, Afghanistan
* "Minosiella mediocris" Dalmas, 1921 — Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt, Israel
* "Minosiella pallida" (L. Koch, 1875) — Somalia, Yemen
* "Minosiella perimensis" Dalmas, 1921 — Yemen
* "Minosiella pharia" Dalmas, 1921 — Libya, Egypt, Israel
* "Minosiella spinigera" (Simon, 1882) — Yemen

Nauhea

"Nauhea" Forster, 1979
* "Nauhea tapa" Forster, 1979 — New Zealand

Nodocion

"Nodocion" Chamberlin, 1922
* "Nodocion eclecticus" Chamberlin, 1924 — North America
* "Nodocion floridanus" (Banks, 1896) — USA, Mexico
* "Nodocion mateonus" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA
* "Nodocion rufithoracicus" Worley, 1928 — USA, Canada
* "Nodocion solanensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1977 — India
* "Nodocion tikaderi" (Gajbe, 1993) — India
* "Nodocion utus" (Chamberlin, 1936) — USA, Mexico
* "Nodocion voluntarius" (Chamberlin, 1919) — North America

Nomisia

"Nomisia" Dalmas, 1921
* "Nomisia aussereri" (L. Koch, 1872) — Palearctic
* "Nomisia australis" Dalmas, 1921 — South Africa
* "Nomisia castanea" Dalmas, 1921 — Algeria, Tunisia, Libya
* "Nomisia celerrima" (Simon, 1914) — Spain, France
* "Nomisia chordivulvata" (Strand, 1906) — Ethiopia, Somalia
* "Nomisia conigera" (Spassky, 1941) — Central Asia
* "Nomisia dalmasi" Lessert, 1929 — Congo
* "Nomisia excerpta" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Canary Islands, Tunisia, Crete, Israel
* "Nomisia exornata" (C. L. Koch, 1839) — Europe to Central Asia
* "Nomisia fagei" Dalmas, 1921 — Portugal, Corsica
* "Nomisia flavimana" Denis, 1937 — Algeria
* "Nomisia fortis" Dalmas, 1921 — Canary Islands
* "Nomisia frenata" (Purcell, 1908) — South Africa
* "Nomisia harpax" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — India
* "Nomisia kabuliana" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Nomisia molendinaria" (L. Koch, 1866) — Croatia, Georgia
* "Nomisia monardi" Lessert, 1933 — Angola
* "Nomisia montenegrina" Giltay, 1932 — Montenegro
* "Nomisia musiva" (Simon, 1889) — Canary Islands
* "Nomisia negebensis" Levy, 1995 — Israel
* "Nomisia notia" Dalmas, 1921 — South Africa
* "Nomisia orientalis" Dalmas, 1921 — Turkey
* "Nomisia palaestina" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Greece, Turkey, Syria, Israel
* "Nomisia perpusilla" Dalmas, 1921 — Spain
* "Nomisia poecilipes" Caporiacco, 1939 — Ethiopia
* "Nomisia punctata" (Kulczynski, 1901) — Ethiopia
* "Nomisia recepta" (Pavesi, 1880) — Tunisia, Italy, Malta
* "Nomisia ripariensis" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Bulgaria, Greece to Azerbaijan
* "Nomisia satulla" (Simon, 1909) — Ethiopia
* "Nomisia scioana" (Pavesi, 1883) — Ethiopia
* "Nomisia simplex" (Kulczynski, 1901) — Ethiopia
* "Nomisia tingitana" Dalmas, 1921 — Morocco
* "Nomisia transvaalica" Dalmas, 1921 — South Africa
* "Nomisia tubula" (Tucker, 1923) — Angola, South Africa
* "Nomisia uncinata" Jézéquel, 1965 — Ivory Coast
* "Nomisia varia" (Tucker, 1923) — South Africa

Notiodrassus

"Notiodrassus" Bryant, 1935
* "Notiodrassus distinctus" Bryant, 1935 — New Zealand
* "Notiodrassus fiordensis" Forster, 1979 — New Zealand

Odontodrassus

"Odontodrassus" Jézéquel, 1965
* "Odontodrassus aphanes" (Thorell, 1897) — Myanmar to Japan, Seychelles, New Caledonia, Jamaica
* "Odontodrassus aravaensis" Levy, 1999 — Israel
* "Odontodrassus bicolor" Jézéquel, 1965 — Ivory Coast
* "Odontodrassus hondoensis" (Saito, 1939) — Russia, China, Korea, Japan
* "Odontodrassus mundulus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Tunisia to Israel, Karakorum
* "Odontodrassus muralis" Deeleman-Reinhold, 2001 — Thailand, China, Sulawesi, Lombok
* "Odontodrassus nigritibialis" Jézéquel, 1965 — Ivory Coast
* "Odontodrassus yunnanensis" (Schenkel, 1963) — China

Orodrassus

"Orodrassus" Chamberlin, 1922
* "Orodrassus assimilis" (Banks, 1895) — USA
* "Orodrassus canadensis" Platnick & Shadab, 1975 — USA, Canada
* "Orodrassus coloradensis" (Emerton, 1877) — USA, Canada

Parabonna

"Parabonna" Mello-Leitão, 1947
* "Parabonna goffergei" Mello-Leitão, 1947 — Brazil

Parasyrisca

"Parasyrisca" Schenkel, 1963
* "Parasyrisca alai" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Kyrgyzstan
* "Parasyrisca alexeevi" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Russia
* "Parasyrisca altaica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Kazakhstan
* "Parasyrisca andarbag" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Tajikistan
* "Parasyrisca andreevae" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Tajikistan
* "Parasyrisca anzobica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Tajikistan
* "Parasyrisca asiatica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Russia, Mongolia
* "Parasyrisca balcarica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Russia
* "Parasyrisca belengish" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Russia
* "Parasyrisca belukha" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Russia
* "Parasyrisca birikchul" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Russia
* "Parasyrisca breviceps" (Kroneberg, 1875) — Tajikistan
* "Parasyrisca caucasica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Russia
* "Parasyrisca chikatunovi" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Tajikistan
* "Parasyrisca gissarika" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Tajikistan
* "Parasyrisca guzeripli" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Russia
* "Parasyrisca heimeri" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Mongolia
* "Parasyrisca helanshan" Tang & Zhao, 1998 — China
* "Parasyrisca hippai" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Russia
* "Parasyrisca holmi" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Russia
* "Parasyrisca iskander" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Tajikistan
* "Parasyrisca khubsugul" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Mongolia
* "Parasyrisca koksu" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Kyrgyzstan
* "Parasyrisca kurgan" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Kyrgyzstan
* "Parasyrisca kyzylart" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Kyrgyzstan
* "Parasyrisca logunovi" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Russia
* "Parasyrisca marusiki" Kovblyuk, 2003 — Ukraine
* "Parasyrisca mikhailovi" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Russia
* "Parasyrisca narynica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan
* "Parasyrisca orites" (Chamberlin & Gertsch, 1940) — USA, Canada
* "Parasyrisca otmek" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Kyrgyzstan
* "Parasyrisca paironica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Tajikistan
* "Parasyrisca pamirica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Tajikistan
* "Parasyrisca potanini" Schenkel, 1963 — Russia, Mongolia, China
* "Parasyrisca pshartica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Tajikistan
* "Parasyrisca schenkeli" Ovtsharenko & Marusik, 1988 — Kazakhstan, Mongolia, China
* "Parasyrisca shakhristanica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Tajikistan
* "Parasyrisca sollers" (Simon, 1895) — Mongolia, China
* "Parasyrisca susamyr" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Kyrgyzstan
* "Parasyrisca terskei" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Kyrgyzstan
* "Parasyrisca turkenica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Turkey
* "Parasyrisca tyshchenkoi" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Russia
* "Parasyrisca ulykpani" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Russia, Mongolia
* "Parasyrisca vakhanski" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Tajikistan
* "Parasyrisca vinosa" (Simon, 1878) — Europe
* "Parasyrisca vorobica" Ovtsharenko, Platnick & Marusik, 1995 — Tajikistan

Phaeocedus

"Phaeocedus" Simon, 1893
* "Phaeocedus braccatus" (L. Koch, 1866) — Palearctic
** "Phaeocedus braccatus jugorum" Simon, 1914 — France
* "Phaeocedus fedotovi" Charitonov, 1946 — Uzbekistan
* "Phaeocedus haribhaiius" Patel & Patel, 1975 — India
* "Phaeocedus hebraeus" Levy, 1999 — Israel
* "Phaeocedus mosambaensis" Tikader, 1964 — Nepal
* "Phaeocedus nicobarensis" Tikader, 1977 — Nicobar Islands
* "Phaeocedus parvus" O. P.-Cambridge, 1905 — probably India
* "Phaeocedus poonaensis" Tikader, 1982 — India

Poecilochroa

"Poecilochroa" Westring, 1874
* "Poecilochroa albomaculata" (Lucas, 1846) — Europe
* "Poecilochroa alcala" Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 — Philippines
* "Poecilochroa anomala" (Hewitt, 1915) — South Africa
* "Poecilochroa antineae" Fage, 1929 — Egypt
* "Poecilochroa barmani" Tikader, 1982 — India
* "Poecilochroa behni" Thorell, 1891 — Nicobar Islands
* "Poecilochroa bifasciata" Banks, 1902 — Galapagos Islands
* "Poecilochroa capensis" Strand, 1909 — South Africa
* "Poecilochroa carinata" Caporiacco, 1947 — Uganda
* "Poecilochroa dayamibrookiana" Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 — Philippines
* "Poecilochroa devendrai" Gajbe & Rane, 1985 — India
* "Poecilochroa faradjensis" Lessert, 1929 — Congo
* "Poecilochroa furcata" Simon, 1914 — France, Italy
* "Poecilochroa golan" Levy, 1999 — Israel
* "Poecilochroa haplostyla" Simon, 1907 — Principe
* "Poecilochroa hungarica" Kolosváry, 1934 — Hungary
* "Poecilochroa incompta" (Pavesi, 1880) — Tunisia
* "Poecilochroa insularis" Kulczynski, 1911 — Java
* "Poecilochroa involuta" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Poecilochroa joreungensis" Paik, 1992 — Korea
* "Poecilochroa latefasciata" Simon, 1893 — Peru
* "Poecilochroa loricata" Kritscher, 1996 — Malta
* "Poecilochroa malagassa" Strand, 1907 — Madagascar
* "Poecilochroa parangunifasciata" Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 — Philippines
* "Poecilochroa patricia" (Simon, 1878) — Corsica
* "Poecilochroa pauciaculeis" Caporiacco, 1947 — East Africa
* "Poecilochroa perversa" Simon, 1914 — France
* "Poecilochroa phyllobia" (Thorell, 1871) — Italy
* "Poecilochroa pugnax" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — Libya, Egypt, Ethiopia, Israel
* "Poecilochroa rollini" Berland, 1933 — Marquesas Islands
* "Poecilochroa sedula" (Simon, 1897) — India
* "Poecilochroa senilis" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Corsica to Turkmenistan
** "Poecilochroa senilis auspex" (Simon, 1878) — Spain, France
* "Poecilochroa taborensis" Levy, 1999 — Israel
* "Poecilochroa taeguensis" Paik, 1992 — Korea
* "Poecilochroa tescorum" Simon, 1914 — France
* "Poecilochroa tikaderi" Patel, 1989 — India
* "Poecilochroa trifasciata" Mello-Leitão, 1918 — Brazil
* "Poecilochroa variana" (C. L. Koch, 1839) — Europe to Central Asia
* "Poecilochroa viduata" (Pavesi, 1883) — Ethiopia
* "Poecilochroa vittata" Kulczynski, 1911 — Java

Pseudodrassus

"Pseudodrassus" Caporiacco, 1935
* "Pseudodrassus pichoni" Schenkel, 1963 — China
* "Pseudodrassus quadridentatus" (Caporiacco, 1928) — Libya
* "Pseudodrassus ricasolii" Caporiacco, 1935 — Turkey
* "Pseudodrassus scorteccii" Caporiacco, 1936 — Libya

Pterotricha

"Pterotricha" Kulczynski, 1903
* "Pterotricha aethiopica" (L. Koch, 1875) — Ethiopia
* "Pterotricha algerica" Dalmas, 1921 — Algeria, Libya
* "Pterotricha arcifera" (Simon, 1882) — Yemen
* "Pterotricha argentosa" Charitonov, 1946 — Uzbekistan
* "Pterotricha auris" (Tucker, 1923) — South Africa
* "Pterotricha cambridgei" (L. Koch, 1872) — Syria, Israel
* "Pterotricha chazaliae" (Simon, 1895) — Morocco, Mauritania, Algeria, Israel
* "Pterotricha conspersa" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Libya, Egypt, Israel
* "Pterotricha dalmasi" Fage, 1929 — Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan
* "Pterotricha djibutensis" Dalmas, 1921 — Somalia
* "Pterotricha egens" Denis, 1966 — Libya
* "Pterotricha engediensis" Levy, 1995 — Israel
* "Pterotricha insolita" Dalmas, 1921 — Algeria
* "Pterotricha kochi" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, Israel
* "Pterotricha lentiginosa" (C. L. Koch, 1837) — Mediterranean, Ukraine
* "Pterotricha lesserti" Dalmas, 1921 — Turkey, Egypt, Israel, Saudi Arabia
* "Pterotricha levantina" Levy, 1995 — Israel
* "Pterotricha linnaei" (Audouin, 1826) — Egypt
* "Pterotricha loeffleri" (Roewer, 1955) — Iran
* "Pterotricha lutata" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Lebanon, Israel
* "Pterotricha marginalis" (Tucker, 1923) — South Africa
* "Pterotricha mauritanica" Denis, 1945 — Mauritania
* "Pterotricha nomas" (Thorell, 1875) — Russia
* "Pterotricha parasyriaca" Levy, 1995 — Israel
* "Pterotricha paupercula" Denis, 1966 — Libya
* "Pterotricha pavlovskyi" Spassky, 1952 — Tajikistan
* "Pterotricha procera" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — Egypt, Israel
* "Pterotricha punctifera" Dalmas, 1921 — Yemen
* "Pterotricha quagga" (Pavesi, 1884) — Ethiopia
* "Pterotricha saga" (Dönitz & Strand, 1906) — Japan
* "Pterotricha schaefferi" (Audouin, 1826) — Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Israel
* "Pterotricha shnitnikovi" Spassky, 1934 — Kazakhstan
* "Pterotricha simoni" Dalmas, 1921 — Spain
* "Pterotricha sinoniae" Caporiacco, 1953 — Italy
* "Pterotricha somaliensis" Dalmas, 1921 — Somalia
* "Pterotricha strandi" Spassky, 1936 — Turkmenistan
* "Pterotricha syriaca" Dalmas, 1921 — Syria
* "Pterotricha tikaderi" Gajbe, 1983 — India
* "Pterotricha vicina" Dalmas, 1921 — Algeria, Libya

Pterotrichina

"Pterotrichina" Dalmas, 1921
* "Pterotrichina elegans" Dalmas, 1921 — Algeria, Tunisia
* "Pterotrichina nova" Caporiacco, 1934 — Karakorum

anitubius

"Sanitubius" Kamura, 2001
* "Sanitubius anatolicus" (Kamura, 1989) — China, Korea, Japan

copoides

"Scopoides" Platnick, 1989
* "Scopoides asceticus" (Chamberlin, 1924) — Mexico
* "Scopoides bryantae" (Platnick & Shadab, 1976) — USA, Mexico
* "Scopoides cambridgei" (Gertsch & Davis, 1940) — USA, Mexico
* "Scopoides catharius" (Chamberlin, 1922) — USA
* "Scopoides gertschi" (Platnick, 1978) — USA
* "Scopoides gyirongensis" Hu, 2001 — China
* "Scopoides kastoni" (Platnick & Shadab, 1976) — USA, Mexico
* "Scopoides kuljitae" (Tikader, 1982) — India
* "Scopoides maitraiae" (Tikader & Gajbe, 1977) — India
* "Scopoides naturalisticus" (Chamberlin, 1924) — USA, Mexico
* "Scopoides nesiotes" (Chamberlin, 1924) — USA, Mexico
* "Scopoides ochraceus" (F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1899) — Mexico
* "Scopoides pritiae" (Tikader, 1982) — India
* "Scopoides rostratus" (Platnick & Shadab, 1976) — Mexico
* "Scopoides santiago" (Platnick & Shadab, 1976) — Mexico
* "Scopoides tikaderi" (Gajbe, 1987) — India
* "Scopoides tlacolula" (Platnick & Shadab, 1976) — Mexico
* "Scopoides xizangensis" Hu, 2001 — China

cotocesonia

"Scotocesonia" Caporiacco, 1947
* "Scotocesonia demerarae" Caporiacco, 1947 — Guyana

cotognapha

"Scotognapha" Dalmas, 1920
* "Scotognapha atomaria" Dalmas, 1920 — Canary Islands
* "Scotognapha brunnea" Schmidt, 1980 — Canary Islands
* "Scotognapha canaricola" (Strand, 1911) — Canary Islands
* "Scotognapha convexa" (Simon, 1883) — Canary Islands
* "Scotognapha costacalma" Platnick, Ovtsharenko & Murphy, 2001 — Canary Islands
* "Scotognapha galletas" Platnick, Ovtsharenko & Murphy, 2001 — Canary Islands
* "Scotognapha haria" Platnick, Ovtsharenko & Murphy, 2001 — Canary Islands
* "Scotognapha juangrandica" Platnick, Ovtsharenko & Murphy, 2001 — Canary Islands
* "Scotognapha medano" Platnick, Ovtsharenko & Murphy, 2001 — Canary Islands
* "Scotognapha paivai" (Blackwall, 1864) — Salvage Islands
* "Scotognapha taganana" Platnick, Ovtsharenko & Murphy, 2001 — Canary Islands
* "Scotognapha teideensis" (Wunderlich, 1992) — Canary Islands
* "Scotognapha wunderlichi" Platnick, Ovtsharenko & Murphy, 2001 — Canary Islands

cotophaeoides

"Scotophaeoides" Schenkel, 1963
* "Scotophaeoides sinensis" Schenkel, 1963 — China

cotophaeus

"Scotophaeus" Simon, 1893
* "Scotophaeus aculeatus" Simon, 1914 — France
* "Scotophaeus affinis" Caporiacco, 1949 — Kenya
* "Scotophaeus afghanicus" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Scotophaeus arboricola" Jézéquel, 1965 — Ivory Coast
* "Scotophaeus bersebaensis" Strand, 1915 — Namibia
* "Scotophaeus bharatae" Gajbe, 1989 — India
* "Scotophaeus bifidus" Schmidt & Krause, 1994 — Cape Verde Islands
* "Scotophaeus blackwalli" (Thorell, 1871) — Cosmopolitan
** "Scotophaeus blackwalli isabellinus" (Simon, 1873) — Corsica, Italy, Croatia
** "Scotophaeus blackwalli politus" (Simon, 1878) — France
* "Scotophaeus brolemanni" Simon, 1914 — France
* "Scotophaeus cecileae" Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 — Philippines
* "Scotophaeus correntinus" Mello-Leitão, 1945 — Argentina
* "Scotophaeus crinitus" Jézéquel, 1965 — Ivory Coast
* "Scotophaeus cultior" Kulczynski, 1899 — Madeira
* "Scotophaeus dispulsus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1885) — Tajikistan, Mongolia
* "Scotophaeus domesticus" Tikader, 1962 — India
* "Scotophaeus fabrisae" Caporiacco, 1950 — Italy
* "Scotophaeus faisalabadiensis" Ghafoor & Beg, 2002 — Pakistan
* "Scotophaeus gridellii" Caporiacco, 1928 — Canary Islands
* "Scotophaeus hierro" Schmidt, 1977 — Canary Islands
* "Scotophaeus hunan" Zhang, Song & Zhu, 2003 — China
* "Scotophaeus insularis" Berland, 1936 — Cape Verde Islands
* "Scotophaeus invisus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1885) — Yarkand
* "Scotophaeus jacksoni" Berland, 1936 — Cape Verde Islands
* "Scotophaeus jinlin" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004 — China
* "Scotophaeus kalimpongensis" Gajbe, 1992 — India
* "Scotophaeus lamperti" Strand, 1906 — Central Africa
* "Scotophaeus lindbergi" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Scotophaeus madalasae" Tikader & Gajbe, 1977 — India
* "Scotophaeus marleyi" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Scotophaeus mauckneri" Schmidt, 1956 — Canary Islands
* "Scotophaeus merkaricola" Strand, 1907 — India
* "Scotophaeus meruensis" Tullgren, 1910 — East Africa
* "Scotophaeus microdon" Caporiacco, 1933 — Libya
* "Scotophaeus musculus" (Simon, 1878) — France, Madeira, Salvages
* "Scotophaeus nanus" Wunderlich, 1995 — Austria
* "Scotophaeus natalensis" Lawrence, 1938 — South Africa
* "Scotophaeus nigrosegmentatus" (Simon, 1895) — Mongolia, Karakorum
* "Scotophaeus nossibeensis" Strand, 1907 — Madagascar
* "Scotophaeus nyrensis" Simon, 1909 — East Africa
* "Scotophaeus parvioculis" Strand, 1906 — Ethiopia
* "Scotophaeus peninsularis" Roewer, 1928 — Greece, Crete, Israel
* "Scotophaeus poonaensis" Tikader, 1982 — India
* "Scotophaeus pretiosus" (L. Koch, 1873) — New Zealand
* "Scotophaeus purcelli" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Scotophaeus quadripunctatus" (Linnaeus, 1758) — Europe, Russia
* "Scotophaeus rajasthanus" Tikader, 1966 — India
* "Scotophaeus rebellatus" (Simon, 1880) — China
* "Scotophaeus regularis" Tullgren, 1910 — East Africa
* "Scotophaeus relegatus" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Scotophaeus retusus" (Simon, 1878) — France
* "Scotophaeus rufescens" (Kroneberg, 1875) — Central Asia
* "Scotophaeus schenkeli" Caporiacco, 1949 — Kenya
* "Scotophaeus scutulatus" (L. Koch, 1866) — Europe to Central Asia, Algeria
* "Scotophaeus semitectus" (Simon, 1886) — Senegal
* "Scotophaeus simlaensis" Tikader, 1982 — India
* "Scotophaeus strandi" Caporiacco, 1940 — Ethiopia
* "Scotophaeus tubicola" Schmidt, 1990 — Canary Islands
* "Scotophaeus typhlus" Schmidt & Piepho, 1994 — Cape Verde Islands
* "Scotophaeus validus" (Lucas, 1846) — Southern Europe, Morocco, Algeria
* "Scotophaeus varius" Simon, 1893 — Canary Islands
* "Scotophaeus westringi" Simon, 1914 — France
* "Scotophaeus xizang" Zhang, Song & Zhu, 2003 — China

ergiolus

"Sergiolus" Simon, 1891
* "Sergiolus angustus" (Banks, 1904) — North America
* "Sergiolus bicolor" Banks, 1900 — USA, Canada
* "Sergiolus capulatus" (Walckenaer, 1837) — USA, Canada
* "Sergiolus columbianus" (Emerton, 1917) — USA, Canada
* "Sergiolus cyaneiventris" Simon, 1893 — USA, Cuba
* "Sergiolus decoratus" Kaston, 1945 — USA, Canada
* "Sergiolus gertschi" Platnick & Shadab, 1981 — USA, Mexico
* "Sergiolus guadalupensis" Platnick & Shadab, 1981 — Mexico
* "Sergiolus hosiziro" (Yaginuma, 1960) — China, Korea, Japan
* "Sergiolus iviei" Platnick & Shadab, 1981 — USA, Canada
* "Sergiolus kastoni" Platnick & Shadab, 1981 — USA, Cuba
* "Sergiolus khodiarae" Patel, 1988 — India
* "Sergiolus lamhetaghatensis" Gajbe & Gajbe, 1999 — India
* "Sergiolus lowelli" Chamberlin & Woodbury, 1929 — USA, Mexico
* "Sergiolus magnus" (Bryant, 1948) — Hispaniola
* "Sergiolus mainlingensis" Hu, 2001 — China
* "Sergiolus meghalayensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1976 — India
* "Sergiolus minutus" (Banks, 1898) — USA, Cuba, Jamaica
* "Sergiolus montanus" (Emerton, 1890) — North America
* "Sergiolus ocellatus" (Walckenaer, 1837) — USA, Canada
* "Sergiolus poonaensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1976 — India
* "Sergiolus singhi" Tikader & Gajbe, 1976 — India
* "Sergiolus songi" Xu, 1991 — China
* "Sergiolus stella" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA, Mexico
* "Sergiolus tennesseensis" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA
* "Sergiolus unimaculatus" Emerton, 1915 — USA, Canada

ernokorba

"Sernokorba" Kamura, 1992
* "Sernokorba fanjing" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004 — China
* "Sernokorba pallidipatellis" (Bösenberg & Strand, 1906) — China, Korea, Japan

etaphis

"Setaphis" Simon, 1893
* "Setaphis algerica" (Dalmas, 1922) — Spain, Algeria
* "Setaphis arcus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Setaphis atlantica" (Berland, 1936) — Cape Verde Islands
* "Setaphis bilinearis" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Setaphis browni" (Tucker, 1923) — Central, South Africa to Pakistan, India
* "Setaphis bulawayensis" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Setaphis calviniensis" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Setaphis canariensis" (Simon, 1883) — Canary Islands
* "Setaphis carmeli" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Mediterranean
* "Setaphis fuscipes" (Simon, 1885) — Morocco to Israel
* "Setaphis gomerae" (Schmidt, 1981) — Canary Islands
* "Setaphis hessei" Lawrence, 1928 — Namibia
* "Setaphis jocquei" Platnick & Murphy, 1996 — Ivory Coast
* "Setaphis kaokoensis" Lawrence, 1928 — Namibia
* "Setaphis lapidaria" Lawrence, 1928 — Namibia
* "Setaphis makalali" FitzPatrick, 2005 — South Africa
* "Setaphis mollis" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — North Africa, Israel
* "Setaphis omuramba" Lawrence, 1927 — Namibia
* "Setaphis parvula" (Lucas, 1846) — Western Mediterranean
* "Setaphis quadrativulva" Lawrence, 1927 — Namibia
* "Setaphis salrei" Schmidt, 1999 — Cape Verde Islands
* "Setaphis sexmaculata" Simon, 1893 — South Africa
* "Setaphis simplex" (Simon, 1885) — Tunisia
* "Setaphis spiribulbis" (Denis, 1952) — Morocco
* "Setaphis subtilis" (Simon, 1897) — West, South Africa to Philippines
* "Setaphis villiersi" (Denis, 1955) — Niger, Somalia, Ethiopia
* "Setaphis walteri" Platnick & Murphy, 1996 — Canary Islands
* "Setaphis wunderlichi" Platnick & Murphy, 1996 — Canary Islands

hiragaia

"Shiragaia" Paik, 1992
* "Shiragaia taeguensis" Paik, 1992 — Korea

idydrassus

"Sidydrassus" Esyunin & Tuneva, 2002
* "Sidydrassus rogue" Tuneva, 2005 — Kazakhstan
* "Sidydrassus shumakovi" (Spassky, 1934) — Russia, Kazakhstan
* "Sidydrassus tianschanicus" (Hu & Wu, 1989) — China

mionia

"Smionia" Dalmas, 1920
* "Smionia capensis" Dalmas, 1920 — South Africa
* "Smionia lineatipes" (Purcell, 1908) — South Africa

osticus

"Sosticus" Chamberlin, 1922
* "Sosticus californicus" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — USA
* "Sosticus dherikanalensis" Gajbe, 1979 — India
* "Sosticus insularis" (Banks, 1895) — USA, Canada
* "Sosticus jabalpurensis" Bhandari & Gajbe, 2001 — India
* "Sosticus loricatus" (L. Koch, 1866) — Holarctic
* "Sosticus nainitalensis" Gajbe, 1979 — India
* "Sosticus pawani" Gajbe, 1993 — India
* "Sosticus poonaensis" Tikader, 1982 — India
* "Sosticus solanensis" Gajbe, 1979 — India
* "Sosticus sundargarhensis" Gajbe, 1979 — India

ymphanodes

"Symphanodes" Rainbow, 1916
* "Symphanodes dianiphus" Rainbow, 1916 — Queensland

ynaphosus

"Synaphosus" Platnick & Shadab, 1980
* "Synaphosus daweiensis" Yin, Bao & Peng, 2002 — China
* "Synaphosus evertsi" Ovtsharenko, Levy & Platnick, 1994 — Ivory Coast
* "Synaphosus femininis" Deeleman-Reinhold, 2001 — Java
* "Synaphosus gracillimus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Egypt, Israel
* "Synaphosus intricatus" (Denis, 1947) — Algeria, Egypt
* "Synaphosus kakamega" Ovtsharenko, Levy & Platnick, 1994 — Kenya
* "Synaphosus karakumensis" Ovtsharenko, Levy & Platnick, 1994 — Turkmenistan
* "Synaphosus khashm" Ovtsharenko, Levy & Platnick, 1994 — Saudi Arabia
* "Synaphosus kris" Deeleman-Reinhold, 2001 — Bali
* "Synaphosus makhambetensis" Ponomarev, 2008 — Kazakhstan
* "Synaphosus minimus" (Caporiacco, 1936) — Libya, Egypt
* "Synaphosus nanus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Israel
* "Synaphosus neali" Ovtsharenko, Levy & Platnick, 1994 — Iran, Pakistan
* "Synaphosus palearcticus" Ovtsharenko, Levy & Platnick, 1994 — Crete, Turkey to central Asia
* "Synaphosus paludis" (Chamberlin & Gertsch, 1940) — USA
* "Synaphosus raveni" Deeleman-Reinhold, 2001 — Thailand
* "Synaphosus sauvage" Ovtsharenko, Levy & Platnick, 1994 — Spain, France, Switzerland, Italy
* "Synaphosus shirin" Ovtsharenko, Levy & Platnick, 1994 — Iran
* "Synaphosus soyunovi" Ovtsharenko, Levy & Platnick, 1994 — Turkmenistan
* "Synaphosus syntheticus" (Chamberlin, 1924) — USA, Mexico, Libya to Saudi Arabia
* "Synaphosus taukum" Ovtsharenko, Levy & Platnick, 1994 — Kazakhstan
* "Synaphosus trichopus" (Roewer, 1928) — Greece, Crete
* "Synaphosus turanicus" Ovtsharenko, Levy & Platnick, 1994 — Central Asia
* "Synaphosus yatenga" Ovtsharenko, Levy & Platnick, 1994 — Burkina Faso

Taieria

"Taieria" Forster, 1979
* "Taieria elongata" Forster, 1979 — New Zealand
* "Taieria erebus" (L. Koch, 1873) — New Zealand
* "Taieria kaituna" Forster, 1979 — New Zealand
* "Taieria miranda" Forster, 1979 — New Zealand
* "Taieria obtusa" Forster, 1979 — New Zealand
* "Taieria titirangia" Ovtsharenko, Fedoryak & Zakharov, 2006 — New Zealand

Talanites

"Talanites" Simon, 1893
* "Talanites atscharicus" Mcheidze, 1946 — Georgia, Kazakhstan
* "Talanites captiosus" (Gertsch & Davis, 1936) — USA, Mexico
* "Talanites cavernicola" Thorell, 1897 — Myanmar
* "Talanites dunini" Platnick & Ovtsharenko, 1991 — Central Asia
* "Talanites echinus" (Chamberlin, 1922) — USA
* "Talanites exlineae" (Platnick & Shadab, 1976) — USA
* "Talanites fagei" Spassky, 1938 — Russia, Central Asia
* "Talanites fervidus" Simon, 1893 — Egypt, Israel
* "Talanites mikhailovi" Platnick & Ovtsharenko, 1991 — Kazakhstan
* "Talanites moodyae" Platnick & Ovtsharenko, 1991 — USA
* "Talanites ornatus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — Egypt
* "Talanites santschii" Dalmas, 1918 — Tunisia
* "Talanites strandi" Spassky, 1940 — Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan
* "Talanites tibialis" Caporiacco, 1934 — India, Pakistan
* "Talanites ubicki" Platnick & Ovtsharenko, 1991 — USA

Titus

"Titus" O. P.-Cambridge, 1901
* "Titus lugens" O. P.-Cambridge, 1901 — Zimbabwe

Trachyzelotes

"Trachyzelotes" Lohmander, 1944
* "Trachyzelotes adriaticus" (Caporiacco, 1951) — Italy to China
* "Trachyzelotes baiyuensis" Xu, 1991 — China
* "Trachyzelotes barbatus" (L. Koch, 1866) — Mediterranean to Central Asia, USA
* "Trachyzelotes bardiae" (Caporiacco, 1928) — Mediterranean
* "Trachyzelotes chybyndensis" Tuneva & Esyunin, 2002 — Russia
* "Trachyzelotes cumensis" (Ponomarev, 1979) — Russia
* "Trachyzelotes fuscipes" (L. Koch, 1866) — Mediterranean, China
* "Trachyzelotes glossus" (Strand, 1915) — Israel
* "Trachyzelotes holosericeus" (Simon, 1878) — Western Mediterranean
* "Trachyzelotes huberti" Platnick & Murphy, 1984 — Algeria, Italy
* "Trachyzelotes jaxartensis" (Kroneberg, 1875) — Holarctic, Senegal, South Africa, Hawaii
* "Trachyzelotes kulczynskii" (Bösenberg, 1902) — Macedonia, Japan, Caribbean, Colombia, Samoa
* "Trachyzelotes lyonneti" (Audouin, 1826) — Mediterranean to Central Asia, USA, Brazil, Peru
* "Trachyzelotes malkini" Platnick & Murphy, 1984 — Crete, Turkey, Ukraine
* "Trachyzelotes manytchensis" Ponomarev & Tsvetkov, 2006 — Russia
* "Trachyzelotes mutabilis" (Simon, 1878) — Mediterranean
* "Trachyzelotes pedestris" (C. L. Koch, 1837) — Europe to Azerbaijan
* "Trachyzelotes ravidus" (L. Koch, 1875) — Ethiopia

Trephopoda

"Trephopoda" Tucker, 1923
* "Trephopoda aplanita" (Tucker, 1923) — South Africa
* "Trephopoda biamenta" (Tucker, 1923) — South Africa
* "Trephopoda ctenipalpis" (Lawrence, 1927) — Namibia
* "Trephopoda hanoveria" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Trephopoda kannemeyeri" (Tucker, 1923) — South Africa
* "Trephopoda parvipalpa" (Tucker, 1923) — South Africa

Trichothyse

"Trichothyse" Tucker, 1923
* "Trichothyse fontensis" Lawrence, 1928 — Namibia
* "Trichothyse hortensis" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Trichothyse subtropica" Lawrence, 1927 — Namibia

Urozelotes

"Urozelotes" Mello-Leitão, 1938
* "Urozelotes kabenge" FitzPatrick, 2005 — Zambia
* "Urozelotes mysticus" Platnick & Murphy, 1984 — Italy
* "Urozelotes rusticus" (L. Koch, 1872) — Cosmopolitan
* "Urozelotes trifidus" Tuneva, 2003 — Russia

Vectius

"Vectius" Simon, 1897
* "Vectius niger" (Simon, 1880) — Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina

Xenoplectus

"Xenoplectus" Schiapelli & Gerschman, 1958
* "Xenoplectus armatus" Schiapelli & Gerschman, 1958 — Argentina

Xerophaeus

"Xerophaeus" Purcell, 1907
* "Xerophaeus ahenus" Purcell, 1908 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus anthropoides" Hewitt, 1916 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus appendiculatus" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus aridus" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus aurariarum" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus bicavus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus biplagiatus" Tullgren, 1910 — East AFrica
* "Xerophaeus capensis" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus communis" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus coruscus" (L. Koch, 1875) — Ethiopia, East Africa, Yemen
** "Xerophaeus coruscus kibonotensis" Tullgren, 1910 — East, South Africa
* "Xerophaeus crusculus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus crustosus" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus druryi" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus espoir" Platnick, 1981 — Seychelles
* "Xerophaeus exiguus" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus flammeus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus flavescens" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus hottentottus" Purcell, 1908 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus kiwuensis" Strand, 1913 — Central Africa
* "Xerophaeus lightfooti" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus longispinus" Purcell, 1908 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus lunulifer" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus maritimus" Lawrence, 1938 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus matroosbergensis" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus occiduus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus oceanicus" Schmidt & Jocqué, 1983 — Réunion
* "Xerophaeus pallidus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus patricki" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus perversus" Purcell, 1923 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus phaseolus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus robustus" Lawrence, 1936 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus rostratus" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus ruandanus" Strand, 1913 — Rwanda
* "Xerophaeus rubeus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus silvaticus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus spiralifer" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus spoliator" Purcell, 1907 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus tenebrosus" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus thomasi" (Caporiacco, 1949) — Kenya
* "Xerophaeus vickermani" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Xerophaeus zuluensis" Lawrence, 1938 — South Africa

Xizangia

"Xizangia" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004
* "Xizangia linzhiensis" (Hu, 2001) — China
* "Xizangia rigaze" Song, Zhu & Zhang, 2004 — China

Zelominor

"Zelominor" Snazell & Murphy, 1997
* "Zelominor algarvensis" Snazell & Murphy, 1997 — Portugal, Spain
* "Zelominor algericus" Snazell & Murphy, 1997 — Algeria
* "Zelominor malagensis" Snazell & Murphy, 1997 — Spain

Zelotes

"Zelotes" Gistel, 1848
* "Zelotes acapulcoanus" Gertsch & Davis, 1940 — Mexico
* "Zelotes aeneus" (Simon, 1878) — Europe
* "Zelotes aerosus" Charitonov, 1946 — Crete, Central Asia
* "Zelotes aestus" (Tucker, 1923) — Namibia
* "Zelotes aiken" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes albanicus" (Hewitt, 1915) — South Africa
* "Zelotes albomaculatus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1901) — South Africa
* "Zelotes altissimus" Hu, 1989 — China
* "Zelotes anchoralis" Denis, 1958 — Afghanistan
* "Zelotes andreinii" Reimoser, 1937 — Ethiopia, Uganda
* "Zelotes anglo" Gertsch & Riechert, 1976 — USA, Mexico
* "Zelotes angolensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Angola
* "Zelotes anthereus" Chamberlin, 1936 — USA
* "Zelotes apricorum" (L. Koch, 1876) — Europe to Kazakhstan
* "Zelotes argoliensis" (C. L. Koch, 1839) — Greece
* "Zelotes aridus" (Purcell, 1907) — Tanzania, Namibia, South Africa
* "Zelotes arnoldii" Charitonov, 1946 — Central Asia
* "Zelotes arzanovi" Ponomarev & Tsvetkov, 2006 — Russia
* "Zelotes ashae" Tikader & Gajbe, 1976 — India
* "Zelotes asiaticus" (Bösenberg & Strand, 1906) — Eastern Asia
* "Zelotes atlanticus" (Simon, 1909) — Morocco
* "Zelotes atrocaeruleus" (Simon, 1878) — Palearctic
* "Zelotes aurantiacus" Miller, 1967 — Central Europe to Russia
* "Zelotes azsheganovae" Esyunin & Efimik, 1992 — Russia, Kazakhstan
* "Zelotes bajo" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — Mexico
* "Zelotes balcanicus" Deltshev, 2006 — Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Macedonia
* "Zelotes baltistanus" Caporiacco, 1934 — Russia
* "Zelotes baltoroi" Caporiacco, 1934 — India, Karakorum
* "Zelotes bambari" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Central African Rep.
* "Zelotes banana" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Congo
* "Zelotes barbarus" (Simon, 1885) — Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia
* "Zelotes barkol" Platnick & Song, 1986 — Russia, China
* "Zelotes bashaneus" Levy, 1998 — Israel
* "Zelotes bassari" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Togo
* "Zelotes bastardi" (Simon, 1896) — Zimbabwe, South Africa, Madagascar
* "Zelotes beijianensis" Hu & Wu, 1989 — China
* "Zelotes bernardi" Marinaro, 1967 — Algeria
* "Zelotes berytensis" (Simon, 1884) — Syria
* "Zelotes bharatae" Gajbe, 2005 — India
* "Zelotes bicolor" Hu & Wu, 1989 — China
* "Zelotes bifukaensis" Kamura, 2000 — Japan
* "Zelotes bimaculatus" (C. L. Koch, 1837) — Italy, Hungary, Greece, Russia
* "Zelotes birmanicus" (Simon, 1884) — Myanmar
* "Zelotes bokerensis" Levy, 1998 — Israel
* "Zelotes bonneti" Marinaro, 1967 — Algeria
* "Zelotes bozbalus" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Zelotes brennanorum" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Malawi, Zimbabwe
* "Zelotes broomi" (Purcell, 1907) — South Africa
* "Zelotes butarensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — West, Central Africa
* "Zelotes butembo" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Congo
* "Zelotes calactinus" Di Franco, 1989 — Italy
* "Zelotes caldarius" (Purcell, 1907) — South Africa
* "Zelotes callidus" (Simon, 1878) — France
* "Zelotes cantonensis" Platnick & Song, 1986 — China
* "Zelotes capensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — South Africa
* "Zelotes capiliae" Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 — Philippines
* "Zelotes caprearum" (Pavesi, 1875) — Italy
* "Zelotes caprivi" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Namibia
* "Zelotes capsula" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Zelotes caracasanus" (Simon, 1893) — Venezuela
* "Zelotes caspius" Ponomarev & Tsvetkov, 2006 — Kazakhstan
* "Zelotes cassinensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Guinea-Bissau
* "Zelotes catholicus" Chamberlin, 1924 — Mexico
* "Zelotes caucasius" (L. Koch, 1866) — Europe to Central Asia
* "Zelotes cayucos" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes chandosiensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1976 — India
* "Zelotes chinguli" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Botswana, Zimbabwe
* "Zelotes chotorus" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Zelotes choubeyi" Tikader & Gajbe, 1979 — India
* "Zelotes cingarus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — Corfu, Tajikistan
* "Zelotes civicus" (Simon, 1878) — Europe
* "Zelotes clivicola" (L. Koch, 1870) — Palearctic
* "Zelotes coeruleus" (Holmberg, 1876) — Argentina
* "Zelotes comparilis" (Simon, 1886) — Senegal, Burkino Faso
* "Zelotes cordiger" (L. Koch, 1875) — Ethiopia
* "Zelotes corrugatus" (Purcell, 1907) — Southern Africa
* "Zelotes creticus" (Kulczynski, 1903) — Crete
* "Zelotes criniger" Denis, 1937 — Mediterranean
* "Zelotes cruz" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes cyanescens" Simon, 1914 — France
* "Zelotes daidalus" Chatzaki, 2003 — Crete
* "Zelotes davidi" (Simon, 1884) — Libya, Syria
* "Zelotes davidi" Schenkel, 1963 — China, Korea, Japan
* "Zelotes denapes" Platnick, 1993 — Italy
* "Zelotes denisi" Marinaro, 1967 — Mediterranean
* "Zelotes dentatidens" Simon, 1914 — Spain, France
* "Zelotes desioi" Caporiacco, 1934 — India
* "Zelotes devotus" Grimm, 1982 — Europe
* "Zelotes discens" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA
* "Zelotes distinctissimus" Caporiacco, 1929 — Greece
* "Zelotes doddieburni" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Zimbabwe, South Africa
* "Zelotes donan" Kamura, 1999 — Ryukyu Islands
* "Zelotes donnanae" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Congo
* "Zelotes duplex" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA, Canada
* "Zelotes egregius" Simon, 1914 — France, Andorra, Italy, Sicily
* "Zelotes electus" (C. L. Koch, 1839) — Europe to Central Asia
* "Zelotes erebeus" (Thorell, 1871) — Europe to Georgia
* "Zelotes eremus" Levy, 1998 — Israel
* "Zelotes ernsti" (Simon, 1893) — Venezuela
* "Zelotes erythrocephalus" (Lucas, 1846) — Algeria
* "Zelotes eskovi" Zhang & Song, 2001 — China
* "Zelotes exiguoides" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA, Canada
* "Zelotes exiguus" (Müller & Schenkel, 1895) — Palearctic
* "Zelotes fagei" Denis, 1955 — Niger, Egypt
* "Zelotes faisalabadensis" Butt & Beg, 2004 — Pakistan
* "Zelotes fallax" Tuneva & Esyunin, 2003 — Russia
* "Zelotes femellus" (L. Koch, 1866) — Southern Europe
* "Zelotes flagellans" (L. Koch, 1882) — Balearic Islands
* "Zelotes flavens" (L. Koch, 1873) — Western Australia
* "Zelotes flavimanus" (C. L. Koch, 1839) — Greece
* "Zelotes flavitarsis" (Purcell, 1908) — South Africa
* "Zelotes flexuosus" Kamura, 1999 — Ryukyu Islands
* "Zelotes florisbad" FitzPatrick, 2007 — South Africa
* "Zelotes florodes" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes foresta" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes fratris" Chamberlin, 1920 — Holarctic
* "Zelotes frenchi" Tucker, 1923 — Botswana, Zimbabwe, South Africa
* "Zelotes fuligineus" (Purcell, 1907) — Central, East, Southern Africa
* "Zelotes fulvaster" (Simon, 1878) — Corsica
* "Zelotes fulvopilosus" (Simon, 1878) — Spain, France, Balearic Islands
* "Zelotes funestus" (Keyserling, 1887) — USA
* "Zelotes fuscimanus" (Kroneberg, 1875) — Uzbekistan
* "Zelotes fuscorufus" (Simon, 1878) — Corsica, Sardinia
* "Zelotes fuscotestaceus" (Simon, 1878) — France, Morocco, Algeria
* "Zelotes fuscus" (Thorell, 1875) — Ukraine
* "Zelotes gabriel" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes gallicus" Simon, 1914 — Europe, Russia
* "Zelotes galuni" Levy, 1998 — Israel
* "Zelotes gattefossei" Denis, 1952 — Morocco
* "Zelotes gertschi" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA, Mexico
* "Zelotes gladius" Kamura, 1999 — Ryukyu Islands
* "Zelotes gooldi" (Purcell, 1907) — Namibia, South Africa
* "Zelotes gracilis" (Canestrini, 1868) — Europe, Russia
* "Zelotes graecus" (L. Koch, 1867) — Greece
* "Zelotes griswoldi" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes grovus" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes guineanus" (Simon, 1907) — West, Central, East Africa
* "Zelotes gussakovskyi" Charitonov, 1951 — Tajikistan
* "Zelotes gynethus" Chamberlin, 1919 — USA
* "Zelotes hanangensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Tanzania
* "Zelotes haplodrassoides" (Denis, 1955) — Niger, Ethiopia
* "Zelotes hardwar" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — Jamaica
* "Zelotes haroni" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Zimbabwe, Malawi
* "Zelotes hayashii" Kamura, 1987 — Japan
* "Zelotes helanshan" Tang et al., 1997 — China
* "Zelotes helsdingeni" Zhang & Song, 2001 — China
* "Zelotes helvoloides" Levy, 1998 — Israel
* "Zelotes helvolus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Israel
* "Zelotes hentzi" Barrows, 1945 — USA, Canada
* "Zelotes hermani" (Chyzer, 1897) — Central Europe to Russia
* "Zelotes hierosolymitanus" Levy, 1998 — Israel
* "Zelotes hirtus" (Thorell, 1875) — France
* "Zelotes holguin" Alayón, 1992 — Cuba
* "Zelotes hospitus" (Simon, 1897) — India
* "Zelotes hui" Platnick & Song, 1986 — Kazakhstan, China
* "Zelotes humilis" (Purcell, 1907) — Zimbabwe, South Africa
* "Zelotes hummeli" Schenkel, 1936 — Kazakhstan, China
* "Zelotes ibayensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Tanzania
* "Zelotes icenoglei" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes illustris" Butt & Beg, 2004 — Pakistan
* "Zelotes ilotarum" (Simon, 1884) — Greece, Crete
* "Zelotes incertissimus" Caporiacco, 1934 — Libya
* "Zelotes incisupalpis" Levy, 1998 — Israel
* "Zelotes inderensis" Ponomarev & Tsvetkov, 2006 — Kazakhstan
* "Zelotes inglenook" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes inqayi" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Congo
* "Zelotes insulanus" (L. Koch, 1867) — Greece
* "Zelotes insulanus" Dalmas, 1922 — Italy
* "Zelotes invidus" (Purcell, 1907) — Namibia, South Africa
* "Zelotes iriomotensis" Kamura, 1994 — Japan
* "Zelotes itandae" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Congo
* "Zelotes ivieorum" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — Mexico
* "Zelotes jabalpurensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1976 — India
* "Zelotes jamaicensis" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — Jamaica
* "Zelotes jocquei" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Kenya
* "Zelotes josephine" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes katombora" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Zimbabwe
* "Zelotes kazachstanicus" Ponomarev & Tsvetkov, 2006 — Kazakhstan
* "Zelotes kerimi" (Pavesi, 1880) — Tunisia
* "Zelotes keumjeungsanensis" Paik, 1986 — China, Korea
* "Zelotes kimi" Paik, 1992 — Korea
* "Zelotes kimwha" Paik, 1986 — Korea, Japan
* "Zelotes konarus" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Zelotes kukushkini" Kovblyuk, 2006 — Ukraine
* "Zelotes kulempikus" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Kenya
* "Zelotes kulukhunus" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Burkino Faso, Chad
* "Zelotes kumazomba" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Malawi
* "Zelotes kuncinyanus" FitzPatrick, 2007 — South Africa
* "Zelotes kuntzi" Denis, 1953 — Yemen
* "Zelotes kusumae" Tikader, 1982 — India
* "Zelotes laccus" (Barrows, 1919) — USA, Canada
* "Zelotes laetus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Mediterranean, tropical Africa, Cape Verde Islands, USA, Mexico, Peru, Hawaii
* "Zelotes laghmanus" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Zelotes lagrecai" Di Franco, 1994 — Morocco
* "Zelotes lasalanus" Chamberlin, 1928 — North America
* "Zelotes latreillei" (Simon, 1878) — Palearctic
* "Zelotes lavus" Tucker, 1923 — Southern Africa
* "Zelotes liaoi" Platnick & Song, 1986 — China
* "Zelotes lichenyensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Malawi
* "Zelotes lightfooti" (Purcell, 1907) — South Africa
* "Zelotes listeri" (Audouin, 1826) — Egypt
* "Zelotes lividus" Mello-Leitão, 1943 — Argentina
* "Zelotes longestylus" Simon, 1914 — France
* "Zelotes longinquus" (L. Koch, 1866) — Algeria
* "Zelotes longipes" (L. Koch, 1866) — Palearctic
* "Zelotes lotzi" FitzPatrick, 2007 — South Africa
* "Zelotes lubumbashi" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Congo
* "Zelotes lutorius" (Tullgren, 1910) — Tanzania
* "Zelotes lymnophilus" Chamberlin, 1936 — USA
* "Zelotes maccaricus" Di Franco, 1998 — Italy
* "Zelotes maindroni" (Simon, 1905) — India
* "Zelotes mandae" Tikader & Gajbe, 1979 — India
* "Zelotes mandlaensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1976 — India
* "Zelotes manius" (Simon, 1878) — Southern Europe
* "Zelotes manzae" (Strand, 1908) — Canary Islands
* "Zelotes mashonus" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Congo, Botswana, Zimbabwe, South Africa
* "Zelotes matobensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Zimbabwe
* "Zelotes mayanus" Chamberlin & Ivie, 1938 — Mexico
* "Zelotes mazumbai" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Tanzania
* "Zelotes medianus" Denis, 1935 — France
* "Zelotes mediocris" (Kulczynski, 1901) — Ethiopia
* "Zelotes meinsohni" Denis, 1954 — Morocco
* "Zelotes meronensis" Levy, 1998 — Israel
* "Zelotes mesa" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA, Mexico
* "Zelotes messinai" Di Franco, 1995 — Italy
* "Zelotes mikhailovi" Marusik, 1995 — Kazakhstan, Mongolia
* "Zelotes minous" Chatzaki, 2003 — Crete
* "Zelotes miramar" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — Mexico
* "Zelotes mkomazi" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Tanzania
* "Zelotes moestus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1898) — Mexico
* "Zelotes monachus" Chamberlin, 1924 — USA, Mexico
* "Zelotes monodens" Chamberlin, 1936 — USA
* "Zelotes mosioatunya" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe
* "Zelotes muizenbergensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — South Africa
* "Zelotes mulanjensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Malawi
* "Zelotes mundus" (Kulczynski, 1897) — Palearctic
* "Zelotes murcidus" Simon, 1914 — France
* "Zelotes murphyorum" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Kenya
* "Zelotes musapi" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Zimbabwe
* "Zelotes nainitalensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1976 — India
* "Zelotes naliniae" Tikader & Gajbe, 1979 — India
* "Zelotes namaquus" FitzPatrick, 2007 — South Africa
* "Zelotes namibensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Namibia
* "Zelotes nannodes" Chamberlin, 1936 — USA
* "Zelotes nasikensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1976 — India
* "Zelotes natalensis" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa
* "Zelotes ngomensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — South Africa
* "Zelotes nilgirinus" Reimoser, 1934 — India
* "Zelotes nilicola" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — Mediterranean, Canary Islands, Burkino Faso, USA
* "Zelotes nitidus" (Thorell, 1875) — Ukraine
* "Zelotes nyathii" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Congo, Botswana, Zimbabwe
* "Zelotes oblongus" (C. L. Koch, 1833) — Europe
* "Zelotes ocala" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes occultus" Tuneva & Esyunin, 2003 — Russia
* "Zelotes olympi" (Kulczynski, 1903) — Turkey, Ukraine
* "Zelotes orenburgensis" Tuneva & Esyunin, 2003 — Russia, Ukraine
* "Zelotes oryx" (Simon, 1879) — Morocco, Algeria
* "Zelotes otavi" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Namibia, Botswana
* "Zelotes ovambensis" Lawrence, 1927 — Namibia
* "Zelotes ovtsharenkoi" Zhang & Song, 2001 — China
* "Zelotes pakistaniensis" Butt & Beg, 2004 — Pakistan
* "Zelotes pallidipes" Tucker, 1923 — Namibia
* "Zelotes paranaensis" Mello-Leitão, 1947 — Brazil
* "Zelotes parascrutatus" Levy, 1998 — Israel
* "Zelotes paroculus" Simon, 1914 — France, Italy
* "Zelotes pediculatus" Marinaro, 1967 — Algeria
* "Zelotes pedimaculosus" Tucker, 1923 — Namibia
* "Zelotes perditus" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA
* "Zelotes petrensis" (C. L. Koch, 1839) — Europe to Central Asia
* "Zelotes petrophilus" Chamberlin, 1936 — USA
* "Zelotes pexus" (Simon, 1885) — India
* "Zelotes piceus" (Kroneberg, 1875) — Tajikistan
* "Zelotes piercy" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes pinos" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes planiger" Roewer, 1961 — Afghanistan
* "Zelotes platnicki" Zhang, Song & Zhu, 2001 — China
* "Zelotes plumiger" (L. Koch, 1882) — Balearic Islands
* "Zelotes pluridentatus" Marinaro, 1967 — Algeria
* "Zelotes poecilochroaeformis" Denis, 1937 — Algeria, Tunisia
* "Zelotes poonaensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1976 — India
* "Zelotes potanini" Schenkel, 1963 — Russia, Kazakhstan, China, Korea, Japan
* "Zelotes prishutovae" Ponomarev & Tsvetkov, 2006 — Russia
* "Zelotes pseudoapricorum" Schenkel, 1963 — Kazakhstan, China
* "Zelotes pseudogallicus" Ponomarev, 2007 — Russia
* "Zelotes pseudopusillus" Caporiacco, 1934 — India
* "Zelotes pseustes" Chamberlin, 1922 — USA, Mexico
* "Zelotes pulchellus" Butt & Beg, 2004 — Pakistan
* "Zelotes pulchripes" (Purcell, 1908) — South Africa
* "Zelotes pullus" (Bryant, 1936) — USA
* "Zelotes puritanus" Chamberlin, 1922 — Holarctic
* "Zelotes pygmaeus" Miller, 1943 — Europe to Kazakhstan
* "Zelotes pyrenaeus" Di Franco & Blick, 2003 — France
* "Zelotes quadridentatus" (Strand, 1906) — Tunisia
* "Zelotes quipungo" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Angola
* "Zelotes qwabergensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — South Africa
* "Zelotes radiatus" Lawrence, 1928 — Southern Africa
* "Zelotes rainier" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes reduncus" (Purcell, 1907) — South Africa
* "Zelotes reimoseri" Roewer, 1951 — France
* "Zelotes remyi" Denis, 1954 — Algeria
* "Zelotes resolution" FitzPatrick, 2007 — South Africa
* "Zelotes rothschildi" (Simon, 1909) — Ethiopia, Congo
* "Zelotes rufi" Esyunin & Efimik, 1997 — Russia
* "Zelotes rufipes" (Thorell, 1875) — Ukraine
* "Zelotes rugege" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Congo, Rwanda
* "Zelotes rungwensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Tanzania
* "Zelotes ruscinensis" Simon, 1914 — Spain, France, Italy, Morocco
* "Zelotes ryukyuensis" Kamura, 1999 — Ryukyu Islands
* "Zelotes sajali" Tikader & Gajbe, 1979 — India
* "Zelotes sanmen" Platnick & Song, 1986 — China
* "Zelotes santos" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — Mexico
* "Zelotes sarawakensis" (Thorell, 1890) — Pakistan to Borneo and Australia
* "Zelotes sardus" (Canestrini, 1873) — France, Italy
* "Zelotes sataraensis" Tikader & Gajbe, 1979 — India
* "Zelotes schmitzi" (Kulczynski, 1899) — Spain, Madeira, Canary Islands, USA
* "Zelotes sclateri" Tucker, 1923 — South Africa, Lesotho
* "Zelotes scrutatus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Africa to Central Asia
* "Zelotes segrex" (Simon, 1878) — Palearctic
* "Zelotes semibadius" (L. Koch, 1878) — Azerbaijan
* "Zelotes semirufus" (L. Koch, 1882) — Minorca, Italy
* "Zelotes shabae" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Congo
* "Zelotes shaked" Levy, 1998 — Israel
* "Zelotes shantae" Tikader, 1982 — India
* "Zelotes siculus" (Simon, 1878) — Sicily
* "Zelotes similis" (Kulczynski, 1887) — Europe
** "Zelotes similis hungaricus" Kolosváry & Loksa, 1944 — Hungary
* "Zelotes sindi" Caporiacco, 1934 — India, Pakistan
* "Zelotes singroboensis" Jézéquel, 1965 — Ivory Coast
* "Zelotes siyabonga" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Zimbabwe
* "Zelotes skinnerensis" Platnick & Prentice, 1999 — USA
* "Zelotes solstitialis" Levy, 1998 — Bulgaria, Turkey, Crete, Israel
* "Zelotes somaliensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Somalia
* "Zelotes songus" FitzPatrick, 2007 — South Africa
* "Zelotes soulouensis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Burkino Faso
* "Zelotes spadix" (L. Koch, 1866) — Spain, North Africa
* "Zelotes spinulosus" Denis, 1958 — Afghanistan
* "Zelotes stolidus" (Simon, 1879) — Algeria, Libya
* "Zelotes strandi" (Nosek, 1905) — Turkey
* "Zelotes subaeneus" (Simon, 1886) — Senegal
* "Zelotes subterraneus" (C. L. Koch, 1833) — Palearctic
* "Zelotes sula" Lowrie & Gertsch, 1955 — Holarctic
* "Zelotes sumchi" Levy, 1998 — Israel
* "Zelotes surekhae" Tikader & Gajbe, 1976 — India
* "Zelotes swelus" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Congo
* "Zelotes talpa" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — Mexico
* "Zelotes talpinus" (L. Koch, 1872) — Europe
* "Zelotes tarsalis" Fage, 1929 — North Africa
* "Zelotes teidei" Schmidt, 1968 — Canary Islands
* "Zelotes tendererus" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe
* "Zelotes tenuis" (L. Koch, 1866) — Mediterranean to Ukraine, USA
* "Zelotes tetramamillatus" (Caporiacco, 1947) — Tanzania
* "Zelotes thorelli" Simon, 1914 — Southern Europe
* "Zelotes tongdao" Yin, Bao & Zhang, 1999 — China
* "Zelotes tortuosus" Kamura, 1987 — Japan
* "Zelotes tragicus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872) — Chad, Ethiopia, Israel
* "Zelotes trimaculatus" Mello-Leitão, 1930 — Brazil
* "Zelotes tristis" (Thorell, 1871) — Sweden
* "Zelotes tropicalis" FitzPatrick, 2007 — West, Central Africa
* "Zelotes tsaii" Platnick & Song, 1986 — China
* "Zelotes tuckeri" Roewer, 1951 — East, Southern Africa
* "Zelotes tulare" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes tuobus" Chamberlin, 1919 — USA, Canada
* "Zelotes turanicus" Charitonov, 1946 — Uzbekistan
* "Zelotes ubicki" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — Mexico
* "Zelotes uniformis" Mello-Leitão, 1941 — Argentina
* "Zelotes union" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — Mexico
* "Zelotes univittatus" (Simon, 1897) — India
* "Zelotes uquathus" FitzPatrick, 2007 — South Africa
* "Zelotes vespertinus" (Thorell, 1875) — France, Italy, Bulgaria, Macedonia
* "Zelotes vikela" FitzPatrick, 2007 — Senegal
* "Zelotes villicoides" Giltay, 1932 — Greece
* "Zelotes viola" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes viveki" Gajbe, 2005 — India
* "Zelotes wuchangensis" Schenkel, 1963 — China, Korea
* "Zelotes xerophilus" Levy, 1998 — Israel
* "Zelotes xiaoi" Yin, Bao & Zhang, 1999 — China
* "Zelotes yani" Yin, Bao & Zhang, 1999 — China
* "Zelotes yinae" Platnick & Song, 1986 — China
* "Zelotes yogeshi" Gajbe, 2005 — India
* "Zelotes yosemite" Platnick & Shadab, 1983 — USA
* "Zelotes zellensis" Grimm, 1982 — Germany, Austria
* "Zelotes zephyrus" Kamura, 1999 — Ryukyu Islands
* "Zelotes zhaoi" Platnick & Song, 1986 — Russia, China
* "Zelotes zhengi" Platnick & Song, 1986 — China
* "Zelotes zhui" Yang & Tang, 2003 — China
* "Zelotes zin" Levy, 1998 — Israel
* "Zelotes zonatus" (Holmberg, 1876) — Argentina
* "Zelotes zonognathus" (Purcell, 1907) — West, Central, Southern Africa

Zelotibia

"Zelotibia" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005
* "Zelotibia acicula" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005 — Congo
* "Zelotibia bicornuta" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005 — Tanzania
* "Zelotibia cultella" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005 — Congo
* "Zelotibia dolabra" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005 — Congo
* "Zelotibia filiformis" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005 — Congo, Burundi
* "Zelotibia flexuosa" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005 — Congo, Rwanda
* "Zelotibia kaibos" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005 — Kenya
* "Zelotibia major" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005 — Burundi
* "Zelotibia mitella" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005 — Congo
* "Zelotibia papillata" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005 — Congo, Rwanda
* "Zelotibia paucipapillata" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005 — Congo
* "Zelotibia scobina" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005 — Congo
* "Zelotibia similis" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005 — Burundi
* "Zelotibia simpula" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005 — Congo, Kenya
* "Zelotibia supercilia" Russell-Smith & Murphy, 2005 — Congo

Zimiromus

"Zimiromus" Banks, 1914
* "Zimiromus aduncus" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Panama
* "Zimiromus atrifus" Platnick & Höfer, 1990 — Brazil
* "Zimiromus beni" Platnick & Shadab, 1981 — Bolivia, Brazil
* "Zimiromus bimini" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Bahama Islands
* "Zimiromus boistus" Platnick & Höfer, 1990 — Brazil
* "Zimiromus brachet" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Ecuador
* "Zimiromus buzios" Brescovit & Buckup, 1998 — Brazil
* "Zimiromus canje" Platnick & Shadab, 1979 — Guyana
* "Zimiromus chickeringi" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Panama
* "Zimiromus circulus" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Peru
* "Zimiromus dorado" Platnick & Shadab, 1979 — Peru
* "Zimiromus eberhardi" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Colombia
* "Zimiromus exlineae" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Ecuador
* "Zimiromus hortenciae" Buckup & Brescovit, 1993 — Brazil
* "Zimiromus iotus" (Banks, 1929) — Panama
* "Zimiromus jamaicensis" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Jamaica
* "Zimiromus kleini" Buckup & Brescovit, 1993 — Brazil
* "Zimiromus kochalkai" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Colombia
* "Zimiromus lawa" Platnick & Shadab, 1981 — Suriname
* "Zimiromus lingua" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Mexico
* "Zimiromus lubricus" (Simon, 1893) — Venezuela, Trinidad
* "Zimiromus malkini" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Nicaragua
* "Zimiromus medius" (Keyserling, 1891) — Brazil
* "Zimiromus montenegro" Buckup & Brescovit, 1993 — Brazil
* "Zimiromus muchmorei" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Virgin Islands
* "Zimiromus nadleri" Platnick & Shadab, 1979 — Suriname
* "Zimiromus penai" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Ecuador
* "Zimiromus piura" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Peru
* "Zimiromus platnicki" Brescovit & Höfer, 1994 — Bolivia
* "Zimiromus rabago" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Colombia
* "Zimiromus racamus" Buckup & Brescovit, 1993 — Brazil
* "Zimiromus reichardti" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Brazil
* "Zimiromus rothi" Platnick & Shadab, 1981 — Mexico
* "Zimiromus sinop" Platnick & Shadab, 1981 — Brazil
* "Zimiromus sununga" Buckup & Brescovit, 1993 — Brazil
* "Zimiromus syenus" Buckup & Brescovit, 1993 — Brazil
* "Zimiromus tapirape" Brescovit & Buckup, 1998 — Brazil
* "Zimiromus tonina" Platnick & Shadab, 1976 — Mexico
* "Zimiromus tropicalis" (Banks, 1909) — Costa Rica, Panama
* "Zimiromus volksberg" Platnick & Shadab, 1981 — Suriname

References

* (2008): [http://research.amnh.org/entomology/spiders/catalog/GNAPHOSIDAE.html The world spider catalog] , version 9.0. "American Museum of Natural History".


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