List of Salticidae species Q-S

List of Salticidae species Q-S includes all described species with ascientific name starting from Q to S of the spider family Salticidae as of July 13, 2008.

Rafalus

"Rafalus" Prószynski, 1999
* "Rafalus christophori" Prószynski, 1999 — Egypt, Israel
* "Rafalus feliksi" Prószynski, 1999 — Egypt
* "Rafalus insignipalpis" Simon, 1882 — Yemen, Socotra
* "Rafalus karskii" Prószynski, 1999 — Israel
* "Rafalus lymphus" (Próchniewicz & Heciak, 1994) — Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Yemen
* "Rafalus nigritibiis" (Caporiacco, 1941) — Ethiopia
* "Rafalus variegatus" (Kroneberg, 1875) — Central Asia
* "Rafalus wittmeri" (Prószynski, 1978) — Bhutan

Rarahu

"Rarahu" Berland, 1929
* "Rarahu nitida" Berland, 1929 — Samoa

Rhene

"Rhene" Thorell, 1869
* "Rhene albigera" (C. L. Koch, 1846) — India to Korea, Sumatra
* "Rhene atrata" (Karsch, 1881) — Russia, China, Korea, Taiwan, Japan
* "Rhene banksi" Peckham & Peckham, 1902 — South Africa
* "Rhene biembolusa" Song & Chai, 1991 — China
* "Rhene biguttata" Peckham & Peckham, 1903 — South Africa
* "Rhene brevipes" (Thorell, 1891) — Sumatra
* "Rhene bufo" (Doleschall, 1859) — Myanmar to Sumatra
* "Rhene callida" Peckham & Peckham, 1895 — India
* "Rhene callosa" (Peckham & Peckham, 1895) — India
* "Rhene cancer" Wesolowska & Cumming, 2008 — Zimbabwe
* "Rhene candida" Fox, 1937 — China
* "Rhene capensis" Strand, 1909 — South Africa
* "Rhene cooperi" Lessert, 1925 — South Africa
* "Rhene curta" Wesolowska & Tomasiewicz, 2008 — Ethiopia
* "Rhene daitarensis" Prószynski, 1992 — India
* "Rhene danieli" Tikader, 1973 — India
* "Rhene darjeelingiana" Prószynski, 1992 — India
* "Rhene decorata" Tikader, 1977 — India
* "Rhene digitata" Peng & Li, 2008 — China
* "Rhene facilis" Wesolowska & Russell-Smith, 2000 — Tanzania
* "Rhene flavicomans" Simon, 1902 — India, Bhutan, Sri Lanka
* "Rhene flavigera" (C. L. Koch, 1846) — China, Vietnam to Sumatra
* "Rhene foai" Simon, 1902 — South Africa
* "Rhene formosa" Rollard & Wesolowska, 2002 — Guinea
* "Rhene habahumpa" Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 — Philippines
* "Rhene haldanei" Gajbe, 2004 — India
* "Rhene hinlalakea" Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 — Philippines
* "Rhene hirsuta" (Thorell, 1877) — Sulawesi
* "Rhene indica" Tikader, 1973 — India, Andaman Islands, China
* "Rhene ipis" Fox, 1937 — China
* "Rhene jelskii" (Taczanowski, 1871) — Peru, Guiana
* "Rhene khandalaensis" Tikader, 1977 — India
* "Rhene lesserti" Berland & Millot, 1941 — Senegal
* "Rhene leucomelas" (Thorell, 1891) — Philippines
* "Rhene machadoi" Berland & Millot, 1941 — Guinea
* "Rhene margarops" (Thorell, 1877) — Sulawesi
* "Rhene modesta" Caporiacco, 1941 — Ethiopia
* "Rhene mordax" (Thorell, 1890) — Java
* "Rhene mus" (Simon, 1889) — India
* "Rhene myunghwani" Kim, 1996 — Korea
* "Rhene nigrita" (C. L. Koch, 1846) — Indonesia
* "Rhene obscura" Wesolowska & van Harten, 2007 — Yemen
* "Rhene pantharae" Biswas & Biswas, 1992 — India
* "Rhene parvula" Caporiacco, 1939 — Ethiopia
* "Rhene phuntsholingensis" Jastrzebski, 1997 — Bhutan, Nepal
* "Rhene plana" (Schenkel, 1936) — China
* "Rhene rubrigera" (Thorell, 1887) — India to China, Sumatra, Hawaii
* "Rhene saeva" (Giebel, 1863) — Java
* "Rhene sanghrakshiti" Gajbe, 2004 — India
* "Rhene setipes" Zabka, 1985 — China, Vietnam, Ryukyu Islands
* "Rhene spuridens" Strand, 1907 — Java
* "Rhene sulfurea" (Simon, 1886) — Senegal
* "Rhene triapophyses" Peng, 1995 — China

Rhetenor

"Rhetenor" Simon, 1902
* "Rhetenor diversipes" Simon, 1902 — Brazil
* "Rhetenor texanus" Gertsch, 1936 — USA

Rhombonotus

"Rhombonotus" L. Koch, 1879
* "Rhombonotus gracilis" L. Koch, 1879 — Queensland

Rhyphelia

"Rhyphelia" Simon, 1902
* "Rhyphelia variegata" Simon, 1902 — Venezuela, Brazil

Rishaschia

"Rishaschia" Makhan, 2006
* "Rishaschia amrishi" Makhan, 2006 — Suriname

Roeweriella

"Roeweriella" Kratochvíl, 1932
* "Roeweriella balcanica" Kratochvíl, 1932 — Croatia, Bosnia-Hercegovina

Rogmocrypta

"Rogmocrypta" Simon, 1900
* "Rogmocrypta elegans" (Simon, 1885) — New Caledonia
* "Rogmocrypta nigella" Simon, 1900 — Philippines
* "Rogmocrypta puta" Simon, 1900 — Singapore

Romitia

"Romitia" Caporiacco, 1947
* "Romitia albipalpis" (Taczanowski, 1878) — Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia
* "Romitia andina" (Taczanowski, 1878) — Peru
* "Romitia bahiensis" (Galiano, 1995) — Brazil
* "Romitia colombiana" (Galiano, 1995) — Panama, Colombia
* "Romitia juquiaensis" (Galiano, 1995) — Brazil
* "Romitia ministerialis" (C. L. Koch, 1846) — Panama, Colombia, Venezuela
* "Romitia misionensis" (Galiano, 1995) — Paraguay, Argentina
* "Romitia nigra" Caporiacco, 1947 — Guyana
* "Romitia patellaris" (Galiano, 1995) — Bolivia, Brazil

Rudra

"Rudra" Peckham & Peckham, 1885
* "Rudra brescoviti" Braul & Lise, 1999 — Brazil
* "Rudra dagostinae" Braul & Lise, 1999 — Brazil
* "Rudra geniculata" Peckham & Peckham, 1885 — Guatemala, Panama
* "Rudra humilis" Mello-Leitão, 1945 — Argentina, Brazil
* "Rudra minensis" Galiano, 1984 — Brazil
* "Rudra multispina" Caporiacco, 1947 — Guyana
* "Rudra oriximina" Galiano, 1984 — Brazil
* "Rudra polita" Peckham & Peckham, 1894 — Guatemala
* "Rudra tenera" Peckham & Peckham, 1894 — Brazil
* "Rudra wagae" (Taczanowski, 1872) — French Guiana

adies

"Sadies" Wanless, 1984
* "Sadies castanea" Ledoux, 2007 — Réunion
* "Sadies fulgida" Wanless, 1984 — Seychelles
* "Sadies gibbosa" Wanless, 1984 — Seychelles
* "Sadies seychellensis" Wanless, 1984 — Seychelles
* "Sadies trifasciata" Wanless, 1984 — Seychelles

aitidops

"Saitidops" Simon, 1901
* "Saitidops albopatellus" Bryant, 1950 — Jamaica
* "Saitidops clathratus" Simon, 1901 — Venezuela

aitis

"Saitis" Simon, 1876
* "Saitis annae" Cockerell, 1894 — Jamaica
* "Saitis aranukanus" Roewer, 1944 — Gilbert Islands
* "Saitis ariadneae" Logunov, 2001 — Crete
* "Saitis auberti" Berland, 1938 — New Hebrides
* "Saitis barbipes" (Simon, 1868) — Mediterranean, Central Europe (introduced?)
* "Saitis berlandi" Roewer, 1951 — New Hebrides
* "Saitis breviusculus" Simon, 1901 — Gabon
* "Saitis catulus" Simon, 1901 — Venezuela
* "Saitis chaperi" Simon, 1885 — India, Sri Lanka
* "Saitis cupidon" (Simon, 1885) — New Caledonia
* "Saitis cyanipes" Simon, 1901 — Brazil
* "Saitis graecus" Kulczynski, 1905 — Greece
* "Saitis imitatus" (Simon, 1868) — Croatia, Montenegro
* "Saitis insectus" (Hogg, 1896) — Central Australia
* "Saitis insulanus" Rainbow, 1920 — Lord Howe Islands
* "Saitis lacustris" Hickman, 1944 — Central Australia
* "Saitis latifrons" Caporiacco, 1928 — Libya
* "Saitis leighi" Peckham & Peckham, 1903 — South Africa
* "Saitis magniceps" (Keyserling, 1882) — Queensland
* "Saitis magnus" Caporiacco, 1947 — Ethiopia
* "Saitis marcusi" Soares & Camargo, 1948 — Brazil
* "Saitis mundus" Peckham & Peckham, 1903 — East, Southern Africa
* "Saitis nanus" Soares & Camargo, 1948 — Brazil
* "Saitis perplexides" (Strand, 1908) — Jamaica
* "Saitis relucens" (Thorell, 1877) — Sulawesi
* "Saitis sengleti" (Metzner, 1999) — Greece, Crete
* "Saitis signatus" (Keyserling, 1883) — Unknown
* "Saitis speciosus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1874) — New South Wales
* "Saitis spinosus" (Mello-Leitão, 1945) — Argentina
* "Saitis splendidus" (Walckenaer, 1837) — Timor
* "Saitis taeniatus" Keyserling, 1883 — Australia
* "Saitis tauricus" Kulczynski, 1905 — Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Turkey, Ukraine
* "Saitis variegatus" Mello-Leitão, 1941 — Argentina

aitissus

"Saitissus" Roewer, 1938
* "Saitissus squamosus" Roewer, 1938 — New Guinea

alpesia

"Salpesia" Simon, 1901
* "Salpesia bicolor" (Keyserling, 1883) — Queensland
* "Salpesia bimaculata" (Keyserling, 1883) — New South Wales
* "Salpesia soricina" Simon, 1901 — Seychelles
* "Salpesia squalida" (Keyserling, 1883) — Queensland, New South Wales
* "Salpesia villosa" (Keyserling, 1883) — Australia

alticus

"Salticus" Latreille, 1804
* "Salticus afghanicus" Logunov & Zamanpoore, 2005 — Afghanistan
* "Salticus aiderensis" Logunov & Rakov, 1998 — Turkmenistan
* "Salticus alegranzaensis" Wunderlich, 1995 — Canary Islands
* "Salticus amitaii" Prószynski, 2000 — Israel
* "Salticus annulatus" (Giebel, 1870) — South Africa
* "Salticus austinensis" Gertsch, 1936 — USA, Mexico, Central America
* "Salticus beneficus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1885) — Yarkand
* "Salticus bonaerensis" Holmberg, 1876 — Argentina
* "Salticus brasiliensis" Lucas, 1833 — Brazil
* "Salticus canariensis" Wunderlich, 1987 — Canary Islands
* "Salticus cingulatus" (Panzer, 1797) — Palearctic
* "Salticus confusus" Lucas, 1846 — Spain, Corsica, Bulgaria, Algeria
* "Salticus conjonctus" (Simon, 1868) — France, Italy
* "Salticus coronatus" (Cambou�, 1887) — Madagascar
* "Salticus devotus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1885) — Yarkand
* "Salticus dzhungaricus" Logunov, 1992 — Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan
* "Salticus falcarius" (Hentz, 1846) — USA
* "Salticus flavicruris" (Rainbow, 1897) — New South Wales
* "Salticus gomerensis" Wunderlich, 1987 — Canary Islands
* "Salticus iteacus" Metzner, 1999 — Greece
* "Salticus jugularis" Simon, 1900 — Queensland
* "Salticus kraali" (Thorell, 1878) — Amboina
* "Salticus latidentatus" Roewer, 1951 — Russia, Mongolia, China
* "Salticus major" (Simon, 1868) — Portugal, Spain, France
* "Salticus mandibularis" (Simon, 1868) — Greece
* "Salticus marenzelleri" Nosek, 1905 — Turkey
* "Salticus meticulosus" Lucas, 1846 — Algeria
* "Salticus modicus" (Simon, 1875) — France
* "Salticus mutabilis" Lucas, 1846 — Europe, Azores, Georgia, Argentina
* "Salticus noordami" Metzner, 1999 — Greece
* "Salticus olivaceus" (L. Koch, 1867) — Spain to Israel
* "Salticus palpalis" (Banks, 1904) — USA, Mexico
* "Salticus paludivagus" Lucas, 1846 — Algeria
* "Salticus peckhamae" (Cockerell, 1897) — USA
* "Salticus perogaster" (Thorell, 1881) — Yule Islands
* "Salticus propinquus" Lucas, 1846 — Mediterranean
* "Salticus proszynskii" Logunov, 1992 — Kyrgyzstan
* "Salticus quagga" Miller, 1971 — Hungary, Slovakia
* "Salticus ravus" (Bösenberg, 1895) — Canary Islands
* "Salticus scenicus" (Clerck, 1757) — Holarctic
* "Salticus scitulus" (Simon, 1868) — Corsica, Sicily
* "Salticus tricinctus" (C. L. Koch, 1846) — Israel to Central Asia
* "Salticus truncatus" Simon, 1937 — France
* "Salticus turkmenicus" Logunov & Rakov, 1998 — Turkmenistan
* "Salticus unciger" (Simon, 1868) — Southern Europe
* "Salticus unicolor" (Simon, 1868) — Corfu
* "Salticus unispinus" (Franganillo, 1910) — Portugal
* "Salticus zebraneus" (C. L. Koch, 1837) — Palearctic

andalodes

"Sandalodes" Keyserling, 1883
* "Sandalodes albovittatus" (Keyserling, 1883) — Queensland
* "Sandalodes bernsteini" (Thorell, 1881) — New Guinea
* "Sandalodes bipenicillatus" (Keyserling, 1882) — Queensland, New South Wales
* "Sandalodes celebensis" Merian, 1911 — Sulawesi
* "Sandalodes joannae" Zabka, 2000 — Western Australia
* "Sandalodes minahassae" Merian, 1911 — Sulawesi
* "Sandalodes pumicatus" (Thorell, 1881) — New Guinea
* "Sandalodes scopifer" (Karsch, 1878) — New Guinea, Australia
* "Sandalodes superbus" (Karsch, 1878) — New Guinea, Australia

araina

"Saraina" Wanless & Clark, 1975
* "Saraina rubrofasciata" Wanless & Clark, 1975 — West, Central Africa

arinda

"Sarinda" Peckham & Peckham, 1892
* "Sarinda armata" (Peckham & Peckham, 1892) — Panama to Peru
* "Sarinda atrata" (Taczanowski, 1871) — French Guiana
* "Sarinda capibarae" Galiano, 1967 — Brazil
* "Sarinda cayennensis" (Taczanowski, 1871) — Brazil, French Guiana
* "Sarinda chacoensis" Galiano, 1996 — Argentina
* "Sarinda cutleri" (Richman, 1965) — USA
* "Sarinda exilis" (Mello-Leitão, 1943) — Brazil
* "Sarinda glabra" Franganillo, 1930 — Cuba
* "Sarinda hentzi" (Banks, 1913) — USA
* "Sarinda imitans" Galiano, 1965 — Argentina
* "Sarinda longula" (Taczanowski, 1871) — French Guiana
* "Sarinda marcosi" Piza, 1937 — Brazil, Argentina
* "Sarinda nigra" Peckham & Peckham, 1892 — Nicaragua, Brazil, Guyana, Argentina
* "Sarinda panamae" Galiano, 1965 — Panama
* "Sarinda pretiosa" Banks, 1909 — Costa Rica
* "Sarinda ruficeps" (Simon, 1901) — Colombia
* "Sarinda silvatica" Chickering, 1946 — Panama

arindoides

"Sarindoides" Mello-Leitão, 1922
* "Sarindoides violaceus" Mello-Leitão, 1922 — Brazil

assacus

"Sassacus" Peckham & Peckham, 1895
* "Sassacus alboguttatus" (F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1901) — Mexico
* "Sassacus arcuatus" Simon, 1901 — Brazil
* "Sassacus aurantiacus" Simon, 1901 — Brazil
* "Sassacus aztecus" Richman, 2008 — Mexico
* "Sassacus barbipes" (Peckham & Peckham, 1888) — Mexico to Costa Rica
* "Sassacus biaccentuatus" Simon, 1901 — Paraguay
* "Sassacus cyaneus" (Hentz, 1846) — USA
* "Sassacus dissimilis" Mello-Leitão, 1941 — Argentina
* "Sassacus flavicinctus" Crane, 1949 — Venezuela
* "Sassacus glyphochelis" Bauab, 1979 — Brazil
* "Sassacus helenicus" (Mello-Leitão, 1943) — Brazil
* "Sassacus lirios" Richman, 2008 — Mexico to Costa Rica
* "Sassacus ocellatus" Crane, 1949 — Venezuela
* "Sassacus paiutus" (Gertsch, 1934) — USA, Mexico
* "Sassacus papenhoei" Peckham & Peckham, 1895 — North America
* "Sassacus resplendens" Simon, 1901 — Venezuela
* "Sassacus samalayucae" Richman, 2008 — Mexico
* "Sassacus sexspinosus" (Caporiacco, 1955) — Venezuela
* "Sassacus trochilus" Simon, 1901 — Brazil
* "Sassacus vitis" (Cockerell, 1894) — Canada to Panama

chenkelia

"Schenkelia" Lessert, 1927
* "Schenkelia benoiti" Wanless & Clark, 1975 — Ivory Coast
* "Schenkelia gertschi" Berland & Millot, 1941 — Guinea
* "Schenkelia lesserti" Berland & Millot, 1941 — Guinea
* "Schenkelia modesta" Lessert, 1927 — Congo, Tanzania

copocira

"Scopocira" Simon, 1900
* "Scopocira atypica" Mello-Leitão, 1922 — Brazil
* "Scopocira carinata" Crane, 1945 — Guyana
* "Scopocira dentichelis" Simon, 1900 — Venezuela
* "Scopocira fuscimana" (Mello-Leitão, 1941) — Brazil
* "Scopocira histrio" Simon, 1900 — Brazil, Argentina
* "Scopocira melanops" (Taczanowski, 1871) — Peru, Guyana
* "Scopocira panamena" Chamberlin & Ivie, 1936 — Panama
* "Scopocira tenella" Simon, 1900 — Brazil
* "Scopocira vivida" (Peckham & Peckham, 1901) — Brazil

coturius

"Scoturius" Simon, 1901
* "Scoturius tigris" Simon, 1901 — Paraguay, Argentina

ebastira

"Sebastira" Simon, 1901
* "Sebastira instrata" Simon, 1901 — Venezuela
* "Sebastira plana" Chickering, 1946 — Panama

elimus

"Selimus" Peckham & Peckham, 1901
* "Selimus venustus" Peckham & Peckham, 1901 — Brazil

emiopyla

"Semiopyla" Simon, 1901
* "Semiopyla cataphracta" Simon, 1901 — Mexico to Argentina
* "Semiopyla triarmata" Galiano, 1985 — Argentina
* "Semiopyla viperina" Galiano, 1985 — Paraguay, Argentina

emnolius

"Semnolius" Simon, 1902
* "Semnolius albofasciatus" Mello-Leitão, 1941 — Argentina
* "Semnolius brunneus" Mello-Leitão, 1945 — Argentina
* "Semnolius chrysotrichus" Simon, 1902 — Brazil

emora

"Semora" Peckham & Peckham, 1892
* "Semora infranotata" Mello-Leitão, 1945 — Argentina
* "Semora langei" Mello-Leitão, 1947 — Brazil
* "Semora napaea" Peckham & Peckham, 1892 — Brazil
* "Semora trochilus" Simon, 1901 — Venezuela

emorina

"Semorina" Simon, 1901
* "Semorina brachychelyne" Crane, 1949 — Venezuela
* "Semorina iris" Simon, 1901 — Venezuela
* "Semorina lineata" Mello-Leitão, 1945 — Argentina
* "Semorina megachelyne" Crane, 1949 — Venezuela
* "Semorina seminuda" Simon, 1901 — Venezuela

ervaea

"Servaea" Simon, 1888
* "Servaea incana" (Karsch, 1878) — New South Wales
* "Servaea murina" Simon, 1902 — Java
* "Servaea obscura" Rainbow, 1915 — South Australia
* "Servaea spinibarbis" Simon, 1909 — Western Australia
* "Servaea vestita" (L. Koch, 1879) — Australia, Tasmania
* "Servaea villosa" (Keyserling, 1881) — Queensland

ibianor

"Sibianor" Logunov, 2001
* "Sibianor aemulus" (Gertsch, 1934) — USA, Canada, Russia
* "Sibianor annae" Logunov, 2001 — China
* "Sibianor aurocinctus" (Ohlert, 1865) — Palearctic
* "Sibianor japonicus" (Logunov, Ikeda & Ono, 1997) — Russia, Japan
* "Sibianor kenyaensis" Logunov, 2001 — Kenya
* "Sibianor kochiensis" (Bohdanowicz & Prószynski, 1987) — Japan
* "Sibianor larae" Logunov, 2001 — Palearctic
* "Sibianor latens" (Logunov, 1991) — Russia, China
* "Sibianor nigriculus" (Logunov & Wesolowska, 1992) — Russia, Korea, Japan
* "Sibianor pullus" (Bösenberg & Strand, 1906) — Russia, China, Korea, Japan
* "Sibianor tantulus" (Simon, 1868) — Palearctic
* "Sibianor turkestanicus" Logunov, 2001 — Central Asia
* "Sibianor victoriae" Logunov, 2001 — Kenya

idusa

"Sidusa" Peckham & Peckham, 1895
* "Sidusa angulitarsis" Simon, 1902 — Brazil
* "Sidusa carinata" Kraus, 1955 — El Salvador
* "Sidusa dominicana" Petrunkevitch, 1914 — Dominica
* "Sidusa femoralis" Banks, 1909 — Costa Rica
* "Sidusa gratiosa" Peckham & Peckham, 1895 — Brazil
* "Sidusa inconspicua" Bryant, 1940 — Cuba
* "Sidusa marmorea" F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1901 — Costa Rica, Panama
* "Sidusa mona" Bryant, 1947 — Puerto Rico
* "Sidusa nigrina" F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1901 — Mexico
* "Sidusa olivacea" F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1901 — Guatemala
* "Sidusa pallida" F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1901 — Guatemala
* "Sidusa pavida" Bryant, 1942 — Virgin Islands
* "Sidusa recondita" Peckham & Peckham, 1896 — Guatemala, Panama
* "Sidusa stoneri" Bryant, 1923 — Antigua
* "Sidusa tarsalis" Banks, 1909 — Costa Rica
* "Sidusa turquinensis" Bryant, 1940 — Cuba
* "Sidusa unica" Kraus, 1955 — El Salvador

igytes

"Sigytes" Simon, 1902
* "Sigytes albocinctus" (Keyserling, 1881) — Queensland
* "Sigytes diloris" (Keyserling, 1881) — Queensland to Fiji
* "Sigytes paradisiacus" Simon, 1902 — Sri Lanka

iler

"Siler" Simon, 1889
* "Siler bielawskii" Zabka, 1985 — China, Vietnam
* "Siler collingwoodi" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1871) — China
* "Siler cupreus" Simon, 1889 — China, Korea, Taiwan, Japan
* "Siler flavocinctus" (Simon, 1901) — Singapore
* "Siler hanoicus" Prószynski, 1985 — Vietnam
* "Siler pulcher" Simon, 1901 — Malaysia
* "Siler semiglaucus" (Simon, 1901) — Sri Lanka to Philippines
* "Siler severus" (Simon, 1901) — China

iloca

"Siloca" Simon, 1902
* "Siloca bulbosa" Tullgren, 1905 — Argentina
* "Siloca campestrata" Simon, 1902 — Brazil
* "Siloca cubana" Bryant, 1940 — Cuba
* "Siloca electa" Bryant, 1943 — Hispaniola
* "Siloca minuta" Bryant, 1940 — Cuba
* "Siloca monae" Petrunkevitch, 1930 — Puerto Rico
* "Siloca sanguiniceps" Simon, 1902 — Brazil
* "Siloca septentrionalis" Caporiacco, 1954 — French Guiana
* "Siloca viaria" (Peckham & Peckham, 1901) — Jamaica

imaetha

"Simaetha" Thorell, 1881
* "Simaetha almadenensis" Zabka, 1994 — Queensland, New South Wales
* "Simaetha atypica" Zabka, 1994 — Northern Territory
* "Simaetha broomei" Zabka, 1994 — Western Australia
* "Simaetha castanea" Lessert, 1927 — Congo
* "Simaetha cingulata" (Karsch, 1891) — Sri Lanka
* "Simaetha colemani" Zabka, 1994 — Queensland
* "Simaetha damongpalaya" Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 — Philippines
* "Simaetha deelemanae" Zhang, Song & Li, 2003 — Singapore
* "Simaetha furiosa" (Hogg, 1919) — Sumatra
* "Simaetha gongi" Peng, Gong & Kim, 2000 — China
* "Simaetha knowlesi" Zabka, 1994 — New Guinea, Western Australia
* "Simaetha laminata" (Karsch, 1891) — Sri Lanka
* "Simaetha makinanga" Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 — Philippines
* "Simaetha paetula" (Keyserling, 1882) — New Guinea, Western Australia, Queensland
* "Simaetha papuana" Zabka, 1994 — New Guinea
* "Simaetha reducta" (Karsch, 1891) — Sri Lanka
* "Simaetha robustior" (Keyserling, 1882) — New Guinea, Queensland
* "Simaetha tenuidens" (Keyserling, 1882) — New Guinea, Queensland
* "Simaetha tenuior" (Keyserling, 1882) — New Guinea, Western Australia, Queensland
* "Simaetha thoracica" Thorell, 1881 — Western Australia, Queensland

imaethula

"Simaethula" Simon, 1902
* "Simaethula aurata" (L. Koch, 1879) — Queensland
* "Simaethula auronitens" (L. Koch, 1879) — Queensland, New South Wales
* "Simaethula chalcops" Simon, 1909 — Western Australia
* "Simaethula janthina" Simon, 1902 — Queensland
* "Simaethula mutica" Szombathy, 1915 — Australia
* "Simaethula opulenta" (L. Koch, 1879) — Queensland, New South Wales
* "Simaethula violacea" (L. Koch, 1879) — Queensland

imilaria

"Similaria" Prószynski, 1992
* "Similaria enigmatica" Prószynski, 1992 — India

imonurius

"Simonurius" Galiano, 1988
* "Simonurius campestratus" (Simon, 1901) — Venezuela
* "Simonurius expers" Galiano, 1988 — Argentina
* "Simonurius gladifer" (Simon, 1901) — Argentina
* "Simonurius quadratarius" (Simon, 1901) — Venezuela

imprulla

"Simprulla" Simon, 1901
* "Simprulla argentina" Mello-Leitão, 1940 — Argentina
* "Simprulla nigricolor" Simon, 1901 — Panama to Brazil

itticus

"Sitticus" Simon, 1901
* "Sitticus albolineatus" (Kulczynski, 1895) — Russia, China, Korea
* "Sitticus ammophilus" (Thorell, 1875) — Russia, Central Asia, Canada
* "Sitticus ansobicus" Andreeva, 1976 — Central Asia
* "Sitticus atricapillus" (Simon, 1882) — Europe
* "Sitticus avocator" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1885) — Russia, Central Asia to Japan
* "Sitticus barsakelmes" Logunov & Rakov, 1998 — Kazakhstan
* "Sitticus burjaticus" Danilov & Logunov, 1994 — Russia
* "Sitticus canus" (Galiano, 1977) — Peru
* "Sitticus caricis" (Westring, 1861) — Palearctic
* "Sitticus cautus" (Peckham & Peckham, 1888) — Mexico
* "Sitticus cellulanus" Galiano, 1989 — Argentina
* "Sitticus clavator" Schenkel, 1936 — China
* "Sitticus concolor" (Banks, 1895) — USA, Mexico
* "Sitticus cutleri" Prószynski, 1980 — Holarctic
* "Sitticus damini" (Chyzer, 1891) — Southern Europe, Russia
* "Sitticus designatus" (Peckham & Peckham, 1903) — South Africa
* "Sitticus diductus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1885) — Karakorum, China
* "Sitticus distinguendus" (Simon, 1868) — Palearctic
* "Sitticus dorsatus" (Banks, 1895) — USA
* "Sitticus dubatolovi" Logunov & Rakov, 1998 — Kazakhstan
* "Sitticus dudkoi" Logunov, 1998 — Russia
* "Sitticus dyali" Roewer, 1951 — Pakistan
* "Sitticus dzieduszyckii" (L. Koch, 1870) — Europe, Russia
* "Sitticus eskovi" Logunov & Wesolowska, 1995 — Russia, Sakhalin, Kurile Islands
* "Sitticus exiguus" (Bösenberg, 1903) — Germany
* "Sitticus fasciger" (Simon, 1880) — Russia, China, Korea, Japan, USA
* "Sitticus finschi" (L. Koch, 1879) — USA, Canada, Russia
* "Sitticus flabellatus" Galiano, 1989 — Argentina, Uruguay
* "Sitticus floricola" (C. L. Koch, 1837) — Palearctic
** "Sitticus floricola palustris" (Peckham & Peckham, 1883) — North America
* "Sitticus goricus" Ovtsharenko, 1978 — Russia
* "Sitticus inexpectus" Logunov & Kronestedt, 1997 — Europe to Central Asia
* "Sitticus inopinabilis" Logunov, 1992 — Russia, Central Asia
* "Sitticus japonicus" Kishida, 1910 — Japan
* "Sitticus juniperi" Gertsch & Riechert, 1976 — USA
* "Sitticus karakumensis" Logunov, 1992 — Turkmenistan
* "Sitticus kazakhstanicus" Logunov, 1992 — Kazakhstan
* "Sitticus leucoproctus" (Mello-Leitão, 1944) — Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina
* "Sitticus longipes" (Canestrini, 1873) — Europe
* "Sitticus magnus" Chamberlin & Ivie, 1944 — USA
* "Sitticus manni" (Doleschall, 1852) — Croatia
* "Sitticus mazorcanus" Chamberlin, 1920 — Peru
* "Sitticus mirandus" Logunov, 1993 — Russia, Central Asia, China
* "Sitticus monstrabilis" Logunov, 1992 — Central Asia
* "Sitticus montanus" Kishida, 1910 — Japan
* "Sitticus morosus" (Banks, 1895) — USA
* "Sitticus nakamurae" Kishida, 1910 — Japan
* "Sitticus nenilini" Logunov & Wesolowska, 1993 — Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan
* "Sitticus nitidus" Hu, 2001 — China
* "Sitticus niveosignatus" (Simon, 1880) — Nepal to China
* "Sitticus palpalis" (F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1901) — Mexico, Argentina
* "Sitticus penicillatus" (Simon, 1875) — Palearctic
** "Sitticus penicillatus adriaticus" Kolosváry, 1938 — Balkans
* "Sitticus penicilloides" Wesolowska, 1981 — North Korea
* "Sitticus peninsulanus" (Banks, 1898) — Mexico
* "Sitticus phaleratus" Galiano & Baert, 1990 — Galapagos Islands
* "Sitticus psammodes" (Thorell, 1875) — Russia
* "Sitticus pubescens" (Fabricius, 1775) — Europe, Russia, USA
* "Sitticus pulchellus" Logunov, 1992 — Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan
* "Sitticus ranieri" (Peckham & Peckham, 1909) — Holarctic
* "Sitticus relictarius" Logunov, 1998 — Russia, Georgia, Iran, Azerbaijan
* "Sitticus rivalis" Simon, 1937 — France
* "Sitticus rupicola" (C. L. Koch, 1837) — Holarctic
* "Sitticus saevus" Dönitz & Strand, 1906 — Japan
* "Sitticus saganus" Dönitz & Strand, 1906 — Japan
* "Sitticus saltator" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1868) — Palearctic
* "Sitticus saxicola" (C. L. Koch, 1846) — Palearctic
* "Sitticus sexsignatus" (Franganillo, 1910) — Portugal
* "Sitticus sinensis" Schenkel, 1963 — China, Korea
* "Sitticus strandi" Kolosváry, 1934 — Hungary
* "Sitticus striatus" Emerton, 1911 — USA, Canada
* "Sitticus subadultus" Dönitz & Strand, 1906 — Japan
* "Sitticus taiwanensis" Peng & Li, 2002 — Taiwan
* "Sitticus talgarensis" Logunov & Wesolowska, 1993 — Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan
* "Sitticus tannuolana" Logunov, 1991 — Russia
* "Sitticus tenebricus" Galiano & Baert, 1990 — Galapagos Islands
* "Sitticus terebratus" (Clerck, 1757) — Palearctic
* "Sitticus uber" Galiano & Baert, 1990 — Galapagos Islands
* "Sitticus uphami" (Peckham & Peckham, 1903) — South Africa
* "Sitticus walckenaeri" Roewer, 1951 — France, Sweden
* "Sitticus welchi" Gertsch & Mulaik, 1936 — USA
* "Sitticus wuae" Peng, Tso & Li, 2002 — Taiwan
* "Sitticus zaisanicus" Logunov, 1998 — Kazakhstan
* "Sitticus zimmermanni" (Simon, 1877) — Europe to Central Asia

obasina

"Sobasina" Simon, 1898
* "Sobasina alboclypea" Wanless, 1978 — Solomon Islands
* "Sobasina amoenula" Simon, 1898 — Solomon Islands
* "Sobasina aspinosa" Berry, Beatty & Prószynski, 1998 — Fiji
* "Sobasina coriacea" Berry, Beatty & Prószynski, 1998 — Caroline Islands
* "Sobasina cutleri" Berry, Beatty & Prószynski, 1998 — Fiji
* "Sobasina hutuna" Wanless, 1978 — Rennell Islands
* "Sobasina magna" Berry, Beatty & Prószynski, 1998 — Tonga
* "Sobasina paradoxa" Berry, Beatty & Prószynski, 1998 — Fiji
* "Sobasina platypoda" Berry, Beatty & Prószynski, 1998 — Fiji
* "Sobasina scutata" Wanless, 1978 — Bismarck Arch.
* "Sobasina solomonensis" Wanless, 1978 — Solomon Islands
* "Sobasina sylvatica" Edmunds & Prószynski, 2001 — Malaysia
* "Sobasina tanna" Wanless, 1978 — New Hebrides
* "Sobasina yapensis" Berry, Beatty & Prószynski, 1998 — Caroline Islands

oesiladeepakius

"Soesiladeepakius" Makhan, 2007
* "Soesiladeepakius aschnae" Makhan, 2007 — Suriname

oesilarishius

"Soesilarishius" Makhan, 2007
* "Soesilarishius amrishi" Makhan, 2007 — Suriname

ondra

"Sondra" Wanless, 1988
* "Sondra aurea" (L. Koch, 1880) — New South Wales
* "Sondra bickeli" Zabka, 2002 — New South Wales
* "Sondra bifurcata" Wanless, 1988 — Queensland
* "Sondra brindlei" Zabka, 2002 — New South Wales
* "Sondra bulburin" Wanless, 1988 — Queensland
* "Sondra convoluta" Wanless, 1988 — Queensland
* "Sondra damocles" Wanless, 1988 — Queensland
* "Sondra excepta" Wanless, 1988 — Queensland
* "Sondra finlayensis" Wanless, 1988 — Queensland
* "Sondra littoralis" Wanless, 1988 — Queensland
* "Sondra nepenthicola" Wanless, 1988 — Queensland, New South Wales
* "Sondra raveni" Wanless, 1988 — Queensland
* "Sondra samambrayi" Zabka, 2002 — South Australia
* "Sondra tristicula" (Simon, 1909) — Western Australia
* "Sondra variabilis" Wanless, 1988 — Queensland

onoita

"Sonoita" Peckham & Peckham, 1903
* "Sonoita lightfooti" Peckham & Peckham, 1903 — Ivory Coast, Southern Africa, Ethiopia

parbambus

"Sparbambus" Zhang, Woon & Li, 2006
* "Sparbambus gombakensis" Zhang, Woon & Li, 2006 — Malaysia

partaeus

"Spartaeus" Thorell, 1891
* "Spartaeus abramovi" Logunov & Azarkina, 2008 — Vietnam
* "Spartaeus banthamus" Logunov & Azarkina, 2008 — Laos
* "Spartaeus ellipticus" Bao & Peng, 2002 — Taiwan
* "Spartaeus emeishan" Zhu, Yang & Zhang, 2007 — China
* "Spartaeus jaegeri" Logunov & Azarkina, 2008 — Laos
* "Spartaeus jianfengensis" Song & Chai, 1991 — China
* "Spartaeus noctivagus" Logunov & Azarkina, 2008 — Laos
* "Spartaeus platnicki" Song, Chen & Gong, 1991 — China
* "Spartaeus spinimanus" (Thorell, 1878) — Sri Lanka to Borneo
* "Spartaeus thailandicus" Wanless, 1984 — China, Thailand
* "Spartaeus uplandicus" Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 — Philippines
* "Spartaeus wildtrackii" Wanless, 1987 — Malaysia
* "Spartaeus zhangi" Peng & Li, 2002 — China, Laos

pilargis

"Spilargis" Simon, 1902
* "Spilargis ignicolor" Simon, 1902 — New Guinea
** "Spilargis ignicolor bimaculata" Strand, 1909 — Moluccas

tagetillus

"Stagetillus" Simon, 1885
* "Stagetillus elegans" (Reimoser, 1927) — Sumatra
* "Stagetillus opaciceps" Simon, 1885 — Sumatra
* "Stagetillus semiostrinus" (Simon, 1901) — Malaysia
* "Stagetillus taprobanicus" (Simon, 1902) — Sri Lanka

tenaelurillus

"Stenaelurillus" Simon, 1886
* "Stenaelurillus albopunctatus" Caporiacco, 1949 — Kenya
* "Stenaelurillus ambiguus" Denis, 1966 — Libya
* "Stenaelurillus cristatus" Wesolowska & Russell-Smith, 2000 — Ghana, Tanzania
* "Stenaelurillus darwini" Wesolowska & Russell-Smith, 2000 — Tanzania
* "Stenaelurillus fuscatus" Wesolowska & Russell-Smith, 2000 — Tanzania
* "Stenaelurillus giovae" Caporiacco, 1936 — Libya
* "Stenaelurillus guttiger" (Simon, 1901) — Botswana, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, South Africa
* "Stenaelurillus hainanensis" Peng, 1995 — China
* "Stenaelurillus hirsutus" Lessert, 1927 — Congo
* "Stenaelurillus kronestedti" Próchniewicz & Heciak, 1994 — Tanzania
* "Stenaelurillus lesserti" Reimoser, 1934 — India
* "Stenaelurillus leucogrammus" Simon, 1902 — Southern Africa
* "Stenaelurillus marusiki" Logunov, 2001 — Iran
* "Stenaelurillus minutus" Song & Chai, 1991 — China
* "Stenaelurillus mirabilis" Wesolowska & Russell-Smith, 2000 — Tanzania
* "Stenaelurillus natalensis" Haddad & Wesolowska, 2006 — South Africa
* "Stenaelurillus nigricaudus" Simon, 1886 — Algeria, Gambia, Senegal
* "Stenaelurillus setosus" (Thorell, 1895) — Myanmar
* "Stenaelurillus strandi" Caporiacco, 1939 — Ethiopia
* "Stenaelurillus triguttatus" Simon, 1886 — Tibet
* "Stenaelurillus uniguttatus" Lessert, 1925 — Ethiopia, East Africa
* "Stenaelurillus werneri" Simon, 1906 — Egypt to Uganda

tenodeza

"Stenodeza" Simon, 1900
* "Stenodeza acuminata" Simon, 1900 — Brazil
* "Stenodeza fallax" Mello-Leitão, 1917 — Brazil
* "Stenodeza foestiva" Mello-Leitão, 1944 — Argentina

tergusa

"Stergusa" Simon, 1889
* "Stergusa aurata" Simon, 1902 — Sri Lanka
* "Stergusa aurichalcea" Simon, 1902 — Sri Lanka
* "Stergusa improbula" Simon, 1889 — New Caledonia
* "Stergusa stelligera" Simon, 1902 — Sri Lanka

tertinius

"Stertinius" Simon, 1890
* "Stertinius balius" (Thorell, 1890) — Sumatra
* "Stertinius capucinus" Simon, 1902 — Java
* "Stertinius cyprius" Merian, 1911 — Sulawesi
* "Stertinius dentichelis" Simon, 1890 — Mariana Islands
* "Stertinius kumadai" Logunov, Ikeda & Ono, 1997 — Japan
* "Stertinius leucostictus" (Thorell, 1890) — Sumatra
* "Stertinius magnificus" Merian, 1911 — Sulawesi
* "Stertinius niger" Merian, 1911 — Sulawesi
* "Stertinius nobilis" (Thorell, 1890) — Sulawesi
* "Stertinius patellaris" Simon, 1902 — Moluccas
* "Stertinius pilipes" Simon, 1902 — Philippines
* "Stertinius splendens" Simon, 1902 — Sulawesi

tichius

"Stichius" Thorell, 1890
* "Stichius albomaculatus" Thorell, 1890 — Sumatra

toidis

"Stoidis" Simon, 1901
* "Stoidis placida" Bryant, 1947 — Mona Islands
* "Stoidis pygmaea" (Peckham & Peckham, 1893) — St. Vincent
* "Stoidis squamulosa" Caporiacco, 1955 — Venezuela

umampattus

"Sumampattus" Galiano, 1983
* "Sumampattus hudsoni" Galiano, 1996 — Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina
* "Sumampattus pantherinus" (Mello-Leitão, 1942) — Argentina
* "Sumampattus quinqueradiatus" (Taczanowski, 1878) — Peru, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina

ynageles

"Synageles" Simon, 1876
* "Synageles albotrimaculatus" (Lucas, 1846) — Spain, France, Italy, Algeria, Tunisia
* "Synageles bishopi" Cutler, 1988 — USA
* "Synageles canadensis" Cutler, 1988 — USA, Canada
* "Synageles charitonovi" Andreeva, 1976 — Central Asia
* "Synageles dalmaticus" (Keyserling, 1863) — Mediterranean
* "Synageles hilarulus" (C. L. Koch, 1846) — Palearctic
* "Synageles idahoanus" (Gertsch, 1934) — USA
* "Synageles leechi" Cutler, 1988 — Canada
* "Synageles mexicanus" Cutler, 1988 — USA, Mexico
* "Synageles morsei" Logunov & Marusik, 1999 — Russia
* "Synageles nigriculus" Danilov, 1997 — Russia
* "Synageles noxiosus" (Hentz, 1850) — North America, Bahama Islands
* "Synageles occidentalis" Cutler, 1988 — USA, Canada
* "Synageles persianus" Logunov, 2004 — Iran, Azerbaijan
* "Synageles ramitus" Andreeva, 1976 — Central Asia, Mongolia, China
* "Synageles repudiatus" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1876) — Egypt
* "Synageles scutiger" Prószynski, 1979 — Ukraine, Azerbaijan
* "Synageles subcingulatus" (Simon, 1878) — Europe to Central Asia
* "Synageles venator" (Lucas, 1836) — Palearctic, Canada

ynagelides

"Synagelides" Strand, 1906
* "Synagelides agoriformis" Strand, 1906 — Russia, China, Korea, Japan
* "Synagelides annae" Bohdanowicz, 1979 — China, Japan
* "Synagelides bagmaticus" Logunov & Hereward, 2006 — Nepal
* "Synagelides birmanicus" Bohdanowicz, 1987 — Myanmar
* "Synagelides cavaleriei" (Schenkel, 1963) — China
* "Synagelides darjeelingus" Logunov & Hereward, 2006 — India
* "Synagelides doisuthep" Logunov & Hereward, 2006 — Thailand
* "Synagelides gambosus" Xie & Yin, 1990 — China
* "Synagelides gosainkundicus" Bohdanowicz, 1987 — Nepal
* "Synagelides huangsangensis" Peng et al., 1998 — China
* "Synagelides hubeiensis" Peng & Li, 2008 — China
* "Synagelides kosi" Logunov & Hereward, 2006 — Nepal
* "Synagelides kualaensis" Logunov & Hereward, 2006 — Malaysia
* "Synagelides lehtineni" Logunov & Hereward, 2006 — India
* "Synagelides longus" Song & Chai, 1992 — China
* "Synagelides lushanensis" Xie & Yin, 1990 — China
* "Synagelides martensi" Bohdanowicz, 1987 — India, Nepal
* "Synagelides nepalensis" Bohdanowicz, 1987 — Nepal
* "Synagelides nishikawai" Bohdanowicz, 1979 — Nepal
* "Synagelides oleksiaki" Bohdanowicz, 1987 — Nepal
* "Synagelides palpalis" Zabka, 1985 — China, Vietnam
* "Synagelides palpaloides" Peng, Tso & Li, 2002 — Taiwan
* "Synagelides sumatranus" Logunov & Hereward, 2006 — Sumatra
* "Synagelides tianmu" Song, 1990 — China
* "Synagelides tukchensis" Bohdanowicz, 1987 — Nepal
* "Synagelides ullerensis" Bohdanowicz, 1987 — Nepal
* "Synagelides walesai" Bohdanowicz, 1987 — Nepal
* "Synagelides wangdicus" Bohdanowicz, 1978 — Bhutan
* "Synagelides wuermlii" Bohdanowicz, 1978 — Bhutan
* "Synagelides yunnan" Song & Zhu, 1998 — China
* "Synagelides zebrus" Peng & Li, 2008 — China
* "Synagelides zhaoi" Peng, Li & Chen, 2003 — China
* "Synagelides zhilcovae" Prószynski, 1979 — Russia, China, Korea
* "Synagelides zonatus" Peng & Li, 2008 — China

ynemosyna

"Synemosyna" Hentz, 1846
* "Synemosyna americana" (Peckham & Peckham, 1885) — Mexico to Venezuela
* "Synemosyna ankeli" Cutler & Müller, 1991 — Colombia
* "Synemosyna aurantiaca" (Mello-Leitão, 1917) — Colombia, Brazil, Argentina
* "Synemosyna decipiens" (O. P.-Cambridge, 1896) — Mexico, Guatemala
* "Synemosyna edwardsi" Cutler, 1985 — Mexico to Costa Rica
* "Synemosyna formica" Hentz, 1846 — USA
* "Synemosyna hentzi" Peckham & Peckham, 1892 — Brazil
* "Synemosyna invemar" Cutler & Müller, 1991 — Colombia
* "Synemosyna lauretta" Peckham & Peckham, 1892 — Brazil, Argentina
* "Synemosyna lucasi" (Taczanowski, 1871) — Colombia to Peru and Guyana
* "Synemosyna maddisoni" Cutler, 1985 — Mexico, Guatemala
* "Synemosyna myrmeciaeformis" (Taczanowski, 1871) — Venezuela, Brazil, French Guiana
* "Synemosyna nicaraguaensis" Cutler, 1993 — Nicaragua
* "Synemosyna paraensis" Galiano, 1967 — Brazil
* "Synemosyna petrunkevitchi" (Chapin, 1922) — USA
* "Synemosyna scutata" (Mello-Leitão, 1943) — Brazil
* "Synemosyna smithi" Peckham & Peckham, 1893 — Cuba, St. Vincent
* "Synemosyna taperae" (Mello-Leitão, 1933) — Brazil
* "Synemosyna ubicki" Cutler, 1988 — Costa Rica

References

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

ee also

*List of Salticidae species
*List of Salticidae genera


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