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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
NOTICIINES
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. Habrocestoides Prˇszynski, 1992 (12 species)

Type species Habrocestoides bengalensis.
DIAGNOSIS. Basis of embolus gradually narrowing, not broadened plate like, inclined and passing into embolus, continuing inclined course, but not bent claw-like. Like in Chinattus the posterior edge of epigyne triangular (more or less) with strange small circular structure, considered by Logunov 1999: 142 as modified epigynal pocket. Drawings below are integral part of the definition.

Habrocestoides bengalensis : Proszynski 1992a. Ann. zool.,44, 9: 174-176, figs 38-42 + Logunov 1999a. Bull. Brit. Arachn. Soc., 11 (4): 147.
Habrocestoides indicus: Prˇszynski,1992b. Ann. zool., 44, 9: 176, figs 44-47 + Peng X., Xie L. 1995a. Bul.Brit. Arachn. Soc., 10(2): 59-58, 17-22 ff.
Habrocestoides ?] maureri : Freudenschuss, in press. Seiter Philippines-Samar. By courtesy.
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Habrocestoides micans +b) pulchokiensis : Logunov D.V. 1999. Bull. Brit. Arachn. Soc., 11 (4): 143-144, figs 22, 23, 28-31 +b)144-145, figs 35-39. By courtesy.
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Habrocestoides nitidus : Logunov 1999a. Bull. Brit. Arachn. Soc., 11 (4): 144, figs 1, 3-5, 17, 18, 32-34. . By courtesy.
Habrocestoides darjeelingus Logunov, 1999 . Bull. British Arachn. Soc., 11 (4): 142-143, figs 6-9, 24-27. By courtesy.
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Habrocestoides tibialis +b) taiwanensis : Zabka 1985. Ann. zool. 39 (11): 430, ff. 442-443 + Peng X., Xie L. 1995a. Bull. Brit. Arachn. Soc. 10(2): 1995: 60, f 23-28 + Reasons for generic transfer -Logunov 1999a. Bull. Brit. Arachn. Soc., 11 (4): 147 +b) Bao Y., Peng X.J. 2002. Zool. Stud. 41 (4): 404-405, figs 1-5. By courtesy.
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Habrocestoides chichila +b) geminus +c) dactyloides: Female apparently Habrocestoides, male mismatched and misclassified - Logunov 2003. Genus, 14 (4): 581-584, figs 1-6. +b) Song, Zhu, Chen 1999: The Spiders of China: 512, figs 298A-B +c) Peng X., Xie L. 1995a. Bulletin British Arachnological Society, 10(2): 1995: 57-58, 1-7 . By courtesy.
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Habrocestoides wulingensis +b) wulingoides : Peng X., Xie L. 1995a. Bull. Brit. Arachn. Soc, 10(2): 62, f 39-43. +b) 63, f 44-47 +c) 44, 8: 94, f 22-27 + Explanation of reasons for generic transfer -Logunov 1999a. Bull. Brit. Arachn. Soc., 11 (4): 148.
(from Nepal)
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Habrocestoides sp [unpublished and unnamed]: from Nepal (col. Martens). Drawn by Prˇszynski.