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OUT OF DATE CLASSIFICATORY SYSTEMS -Simon's classification - Petrunkevich synthesis-1928 - Bonnet's list of subfamilies - Prˇszynski's revision of subfamilies 1976.

Monograph of the Salticidae (Araneae) of the World 1995-2015. Introduction to alternative classification of Salticidae
Classification of the Salticidae genera of the World
group of genera
HYLLINES
by Jerzy Prószyński

Version December 31st, 2015
Note on illustrations. This introduction to classification of Salticidae includes only species defined by diagnostic illustrations in the taxonomic literature, arranged by similarities of embolus and spermophor. Images are displayed as thumbnails to save space and allow for rapid scanning of theoretically closely-related species. Thumbnails are small versions of illustrations in other parts of the monograph, whera are displayed together with particulars of their sources and permissions.

Gen. Mogrus Simon, 1882 (26 species)

Type species Mogrus fulvovittatus.
DIAGNOSIS. Palp characteristic for HYLLINES, with embolus arising perpendicularly to bulbus, next bends and runs parallel to bulbus side. Bulbus broad oval with striking lateral protuberance. Cymbium short, tibial apophysis narrow, moderately long, apically slightly bent. Epigyne oval with a pair of narrow depressions in anterior half, often connected anteriorly and resembling horseshoe, with copulatory openings at their posterior end, invisible externally. Copulatory ducts membranous and broad, run toward posterior end of epigyne, then bend medially and run obliquely towards small, median spermathecae. Part of these structures transluce trough tegument. Body appear robust, with abdomen as long as carapace, abdomen with dark median, serrated streak. Females of at least some species, living in semideserts, built large white retreats atop shrubs, visible from distance, males moves on the ground. Diagnostic drawings below are integral part of definition.

Mogrus neglectus : Proszynski 2003a. Ann. zool. 102-105, f 407-413 + ©Photo A. Senglet. By courtesy.
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Mogrus antoninus : Andreeva 1976. 82, ff. 86-90 + Proszynski 1979. 313, f. 217-218 + ©Pphoto A. Senglet. By courtesy.
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Mogrus fulvovittatus +b) praecinctus: Andreeva, Kononenko, Proszynski 1981. Ann. zool.: 85-87, f. 1-5 +b) Proszynski 2003a. Ann. zool.: 107, figs 443-445. By courtesy.
Mogrus frontosus : Proszynski J. 1976: figs 418-423.
Mogrus logunovi : Andreeva, Kononenko, Proszynski 1981. Ann. zool.: 85-87, f. 1-5 (syntypes) . By courtesy.
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Mogrus[?] fabrei [female only + male=Carrhotus cf. viduus ] : Andreeva, Kononenko, Proszynski 1981. Ann. zool., 36: 103, f 39-40 .
Mogrus mathisi : Proszynski J. 1984c. Atlas ...: 110 + Proszynski 1989. 10: 40, figs 18-20. By courtesy.
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Mogrus valerii : Andreeva, Kononenko, Proszynski 1981. Ann. zool.: 99-103, f 33-36 + Logunov 1995b. Eur. J. Ent. 92, 3: 601-602, f 41-46. By courtesy.
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Mogrus sp 1 [Saudi Arabia] +b) sahariensis : Proszynski 1989. F. Saudi Arab. 10: 42, f 23, 26, 29-31 +b) Berland, Millot 1941.12, 2: 307, f 8 [placement?]. By courtesy.
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Mogrus sp 2 [Saudi Arabia] +b) ignarus : Proszynski 1989. F. Saudi Arab. 10: 42-43, f 24, 27, 32-34
+b) Wesolowska 1999a. Arn. Zimb. 10(15): 157-159, figs 39-41. By courtesy.
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Mogrus sp 3 [Saudi Arabia] +b) sp A [Kallia] : Proszynski 1989. F. Saudi Arab. 10: 42, f 25, 28, 35-36
+b) Proszynski 2003a. Ann. zool.: 107, fig 402. By courtesy.
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Mogrus sinaicus +b) dalmasi +c) COMPARISON 5 sp +d) mirabilis: Proszynski J. 2003a. Ann. zool.. 2003:
105-107, f 401, 433-435 +b) Berland, Millot 1941. 12, 2: 306, f 6, 7 +c) Proszynski J. 2003a +d) Wesolowska,
van Harten 1994. 86: 58-60, f 119-121 + Logunov 2004d. Bull. Br. arachnol. Soc. 13 (3), 88-89, f. 6-14. .
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Mogrus cognatus +b) faizabadicus +c) flavescente-maculatus : Wesolowska, van Harten 2010: UAEmir. 3: 27-69 +b) Andreeva, Kononenko, Proszynski 1981: 88, f 6-8 +c) Lucas 1846: 143 t 5, f 6. By courtesy.
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Mogrus canescens+b) larisae : Metzner H. 1999. Andrias 14: 151, 270, table 116a-g + Wesolowska, van Harten 1994. 86: 51-53, f 108-111 +b) Logunov 1995b. Eur. J. Ent.. 92, 3: 596-599, f 1, 2-4, 8, 18-30 . By courtesy.
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Mogrus macrocephalus +b) woodi + : Azarkina & Foord, 2013: Zootaxa 3686(2): 176, f. 48-53: © 2013 Magnolia Press +b) Wesolowska 20(2): 329-330, f 15–17. By courtesy.
Mogrus sp [Kazakhstan] :Logunov D.V. 1995b. European Journal of Entomology. 92, 3: 602, f 47-49. By courtesy.
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Mogrus semicanus [placement?] : Proszynski J. 1987. Atlas ...: 67 + Prochniewicz 1989. Mitt. Zool. Mus. Berlin, 65, 2: 216-217, f 19-22 + Wesolowska 2006b. Afr. Ent. 14 (2): 245-246, f 83-86. By courtesy.