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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Jumping Spiders

Superfamily Salticoidea


Jumping Spiders are so called because they are capable of jumping from places to places. They have good vision. The most famous member of this family in Singapore is the Fighting Spider (Thiania bhamoensi).

Jumping Spiders (Family Salticidae)

  1. Constricted Agorius Agorius constrictus
  2. Anarrhotus fossulatus
  3. Artabrus erythrocephalus
  4. Asemonea tenuipes
  5. Augustaea formicaria
  6. Bathippus digitalis
  7. Bathippus macilentus
  8. Bathippus rectus
  9. Bavia aericeps
  10. Bavia sexpunctata
  11. Bianor anguIosus
  12. Bristowia heterospinosa
  13. Burmattus pococki
  14. Carrhotus viduus
  15. Elegant Golden Jumper Chrysilla lauta
  16. Grey Cocalus Cocalus murinus
  17. Cosmophasis quadricincta
  18. Cosmophasis thalassina
  19. Shiny Jumping Spider Cosmophasis umbratica
  20. Cytaea oreophila
  21. Donoessus nigriceps
  22. Epeus alboguttatus
  23. Yellow-lined Epeus Epeus flavobilineatus
  24. Epeus furcatus
  25. Epeus glorius
  26. Epocilla calcarata
  27. Epocilla praetextata
  28. Horned Grass Jumper Evarcha flavocincta
  29. Evarcha pococki
  30. Gedea tibialis
  31. Gelotia argenteolimbata
  32. Gelotia syringopalpis
  33. Harmochirus brachiatus
  34. Adanson's House Jumper Hasarius adansoni
  35. Heavy Jumper Hyllus diardi
  36. Black Garden Giant Jumper Hyllus lacertosus
  37. ldastrandia orientalis
  38. Mangrove Jumper Ligurra latidens
  39. Common House Jumper Menemerus bivittatus
  40. Mintonia protuberans
  41. Myrmarachne attenuata
  42. Myrmarachne manducator
  43. Giant Ant-like Jumper Myrmarachne maxillosa
  44. Kerengga Ant-like Jumper Myrmarachne plantaleoides
  45. Myrmarachne pygmaea
  46. Nannenus lyriger
  47. Nannenus syrphus
  48. Pancorius kohi
  49. Pancorius magnus
  50. Pancorius minutus
  51. Pancorius protervus
  52. Pancorius thorelli
  53. Malayan Phaeacius Phaeacius malayensis
  54. Multi-coloured Phintella Phintella versicolor
  55. Banded Phintella Phintella vittata
  56. Plexippus coccinatus
  57. Larger Housefly Catcher Plexippus paykulli
  58. Common Housefly Catcher Plexippus petersi
  59. Portia crassipalpis
  60. White-moustached Portia Portia labiata
  61. Pseudicius decemnotatus
  62. Ptocasius gratiosus
  63. Ptocasius montiformis
  64. Ptocasius weyersi
  65. Pystira ephippigera
  66. Rhene flavigera
  67. Rhene setipes
  68. Rogmocrypta puta
  69. Siler flavocinctus
  70. Siler semiglaucus
  71. Simaetha deelemanae
  72. Spiny-legged Jumper Spartaeus spinimanus
  73. Two-striped Telamonia Telamonia dimidiata
  74. Jolly Telamonia Telamonia festiva
  75. Fighting Spider Thiania bhamoensi
  76. Sword-bearing Thorelliola Thorelliola ensifera
  77. Wide-jawed Viciria Viciria praemandibularis


Dairy Farm ©Eddy Lee


©Eddy Lee


Phintella? ©Eddy Lee


Chestnut Trail. Rifle Range ©Eddy Lee


Male Elegant Golden Jumper Chrysilla lauta at Jurong Eco Garden ©Eddy Lee


Left: Female Shiny Jumping Spider (Cosmophasis umbratica). Right: Female Cosmophasis thalassina ©Eddy Lee


Yellow-lined Epeus (Epeus flavobilineatus) at Sungei Buloh ©Eddy Lee


Male Adanson's House Jumper (Hasarius adansoni) ©Eddy Lee


Female Adanson's House Jumper (Hasarius adansoni) ©Eddy Lee


Heavy Jumper (Hyllus diardi). Left: ©Sylvia Chua. Right: Mattar Road ©Lau SY


Left: Black Garden Giant Jumper (Hyllus lacertosus) at Chestnut Trail ©Eddy Lee.


Mangrove Jumper (Ligurra latidens). Left: Male at Mattar Road ©Lau SY. Right: Female at Sungei Serangoon ©Tan KH


Female Giant Ant-like Jumper (Myrmarachne maxillosa) at Chestnut Trail ©Eddy Lee


Malayan Phaeacius (Phaeacius malayensis) at NTU ©Eddy Lee

Banded Phintella (Phintella vittata) ©Eddy Lee


White-moustached Portia (Portia labiata) at Rifle Range ©Eddy Lee


Male Jolly Telamonia (Telamonia festiva) ©Eddy Lee


Female Jolly Telamonia (Telamonia festiva) at Dairy Farm ©Eddy Lee


Male Two-striped Telamonia (Telamonia dimidiata) at Dairy Farm ©Eddy Lee


Wide-jawed Viciria (Viciria praemandibularis). Male (left) at Sungei Buloh, Female (right) at Chestnut Trail ©Eddy Lee

Reference

http://lkcnhm.nus.edu.sg/nus/pdf/PUBLICATION/Raffles%20Bulletin%20of%20Zoology/Past%20Volumes/RBZ%2050(2)/50rbz359-388.pdf

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