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Thorelliola is a genus of jumping spiders that was first described by Embrik Strand in 1942.It is named after arachnologist Tamerlan Thorell.
As of August 2019 [update] it contains nineteen species, found in Asia, on the Marshall Islands, in Kiribati, Papua New Guinea, and on the Polynesian Islands:
The genus Argiope includes rather large spiders that often have a strikingly coloured abdomen. These spiders are distributed throughout the world. Most countries in tropical or temperate climates host one or more species that are similar in appearance. The etymology of Argiope is from a Latin word argentum meaning silver. The carapace of Argiope species is typically covered in silvery hairs, and when crawling in the sun, they reflect it in a way that gives them a metallic, white appearance.
Bathippus is a genus of jumping spiders.
Cytaea is a genus of spiders in the family Salticidae.
Diolenius is a genus of jumping spiders that was first described by Tamerlan Thorell in 1870.
Omoedus is a genus of jumping spiders.
Plexippus is a genus of jumping spiders that was first described by Carl Ludwig Koch in 1846. It is considered a senior synonym of Hissarinus and Apamamia.
Pristobaeus is a genus of jumping spiders that was first described by Eugène Louis Simon in 1902.
Thiania is a genus of jumping spiders that was first described by Carl Ludwig Koch in 1846.
Xenocytaea is a genus of spiders in the family Salticidae (jumping spiders).
Zenodorus is a genus of the jumping spiders distributed from the Moluccas to Australia, including several islands of the Pacific. It was once considered a junior synonym of Omoedus, but this was later rejected by Jerzy Prószyński in 2017. At least one species, Z. orbiculatus, specializes on hunting ants.
Selenocosmia is a genus of tarantulas that was first described by Anton Ausserer in 1871.
The Spartaeinae are a subfamily of the spider family Salticidae. The subfamily was established by Fred R. Wanless in 1984 to include the groups Boetheae, Cocaleae, Lineae, Codeteae and Cyrbeae, which in turn were defined by Eugène Simon.
Tetragnatha is a genus of long-jawed orb-weavers found all over the world. It was first described by Pierre André Latreille in 1804, and it contains hundreds of species. Most occur in the tropics and subtropics, and many can run over water. They are commonly called stretch spiders in reference to their elongated body form and their ability to hide on blades of grass or similar elongated substrates by stretching their front legs forward and the others behind them. The name Tetragnatha is derived from Greek, tetra- a numerical prefix referring to four and gnatha meaning "jaw". On the Hawaiian islands, a shift of cursorial behavior occurred long ago, when their ancestors first arrived on the island chain.
Ohilimia is a spider genus of the jumping spider family, Salticidae.
Euophryini is a tribe of jumping spiders. It has also been treated as the subfamily Euophryinae.
Conothele is a genus of mygalomorph spiders in the family Halonoproctidae, first described by Tamerlan Thorell in 1878. Originally placed with the Ctenizidae, it was moved to the Halonoproctidae in 2018.
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