List of Selenopidae species

List of Selenopidae species

This page lists all described species of the spider family Selenopidae as of Oct. 12, 2007.

Anyphops

"Anyphops" Benoit, 1968
* "Anyphops alticola" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops amatolae" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops atomarius" (Simon, 1887) — Southern Africa
* "Anyphops barbertonensis" (Lawrence, 1940) — Somalia, South Africa
* "Anyphops barnardi" (Lawrence, 1940) — Zimbabwe
* "Anyphops basutus" (Pocock, 1901) — Lesotho
* "Anyphops bechuanicus" (Lawrence, 1940) — Botswana
* "Anyphops benoiti" Corronca, 1998 — Madagascar
* "Anyphops braunsi" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops broomi" (Pocock, 1900) — South Africa
* "Anyphops caledonicus" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops capensis" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops civicus" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops decoratus" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops dubiosus" (Lawrence, 1952) — South Africa
* "Anyphops dulacen" Corronca, 2000 — Namibia
* "Anyphops fitzsimonsi" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops gilli" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops helenae" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops hessei" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops hewitti" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops immaculatus" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops karrooicus" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops kivuensis" Benoit, 1968 — Congo
* "Anyphops kraussi" (Pocock, 1898) — South Africa
* "Anyphops lawrencei" (Roewer, 1951) — South Africa
* "Anyphops leleupi" Benoit, 1972 — South Africa
* "Anyphops lesserti" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops lignicola" (Lawrence, 1937) — South Africa
* "Anyphops lochiel" Corronca, 2000 — South Africa
* "Anyphops longipedatus" (Roewer, 1955) — South Africa
* "Anyphops lucia" Corronca, 2005 — South Africa
* "Anyphops lycosiformis" (Lawrence, 1937) — South Africa
* "Anyphops maculosus" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops marshalli" (Pocock, 1902) — South Africa
* "Anyphops minor" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops montanus" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops mumai" (Corronca, 1996) — South Africa
* "Anyphops namaquensis" (Lawrence, 1940) — Namibia
* "Anyphops narcissi" Benoit, 1972 — Swaziland
* "Anyphops natalensis" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops ngome" Corronca, 2005 — South Africa
* "Anyphops parvulus" (Pocock, 1900) — Congo, South Africa
* "Anyphops phallus" (Lawrence, 1952) — South Africa
* "Anyphops pococki" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops purcelli" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops regalis" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops reservatus" (Lawrence, 1937) — South Africa
* "Anyphops rubicundus" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops schoenlandi" (Pocock, 1902) — South Africa
* "Anyphops septemspinatus" (Lawrence, 1937) — South Africa
* "Anyphops septentrionalis" Benoit, 1975 — Cameroon
* "Anyphops sexspinatus" (Lawrence, 1940) — Namibia
* "Anyphops silvicolellus" (Strand, 1913) — Central Africa
* "Anyphops smithersi" (Lawrence, 1940) — Lesotho
* "Anyphops spenceri" (Pocock, 1896) — South Africa
* "Anyphops sponsae" (Lessert, 1933) — Congo, Angola
* "Anyphops stauntoni" (Pocock, 1902) — St. Helena, South Africa
* "Anyphops stridulans" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops thornei" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops transvaalicus" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops tuckeri" (Lawrence, 1940) — South Africa
* "Anyphops tugelanus" (Lawrence, 1942) — South Africa
* "Anyphops whiteae" (Pocock, 1902) — South Africa

Garcorops

"Garcorops" Corronca, 2003
* "Garcorops jocquei" Corronca, 2003 — Comoro Islands
* "Garcorops madagascar" Corronca, 2003 — Madagascar
* "Garcorops paulyi" Corronca, 2003 — Madagascar

Hovops

"Hovops" Benoit, 1968
* "Hovops dufouri" (Vinson, 1863) — Madagascar, Réunion
* "Hovops legrasi" (Simon, 1887) — Madagascar
* "Hovops madagascariensis" (Vinson, 1863) — Madagascar
* "Hovops mariensis" (Strand, 1908) — Madagascar
* "Hovops modestus" (Lenz, 1886) — Madagascar
* "Hovops pusillus" (Simon, 1887) — Madagascar

elenops

"Selenops" Latreille, 1819
* "Selenops abyssus" Muma, 1953 — Mexico
* "Selenops actophilus" Chamberlin, 1924 — USA, Mexico
* "Selenops aculeatus" Simon, 1901 — Malaysia
* "Selenops aequalis" Franganillo, 1935 — Cuba
* "Selenops agumbensis" Tikader, 1969 — India
* "Selenops aissus" Walckenaer, 1837 — USA, Bahama Islands, Cuba, Martinique, Panama
* "Selenops alemani" Muma, 1953 — Cuba
* "Selenops angelae" Corronca, 1998 — Ecuador
* "Selenops angolaensis" Corronca, 2002 — Angola
* "Selenops annulatus" Simon, 1876 — Cameroon to Tanzania
* "Selenops ansieae" Corronca, 2002 — South Africa
* "Selenops australiensis" L. Koch, 1875 — Australia
* "Selenops bani" Alayón, 1992 — Hispaniola
* "Selenops banksi" Muma, 1953 — Panama
* "Selenops bifurcatus" Banks, 1909 — Guatemala, Costa Rica, Cuba
* "Selenops brachycephalus" Lawrence, 1940 — Zimbabwe, South Africa
* "Selenops bursarius" Karsch, 1879 — China, Korea, Taiwan, Japan
* "Selenops buscki" Muma, 1953 — Panama
* "Selenops cabagan" Alayón, 2005 — Cuba
* "Selenops camerun" Corronca, 2001 — Cameroon
* "Selenops canasta" Alayón, 2005 — Cuba
* "Selenops candidus" Muma, 1953 — Jamaica
* "Selenops caney" Alayón, 2005 — Cuba
* "Selenops cocheleti" Simon, 1880 — Panama to Argentina
* "Selenops comorensis" Schmidt & Krause, 1994 — Comoro Islands
* "Selenops cordatus" Zhu, Sha & Chen, 1990 — China
* "Selenops cristis" Corronca, 2002 — Ghana or Namibia
* "Selenops curazao" Alayón, 2001 — Curaçao
* "Selenops debilis" Banks, 1898 — USA, Mexico
* "Selenops dilamen" Corronca, 2002 — Congo
* "Selenops dilon" Corronca, 2002 — South Africa
* "Selenops ducke" Corronca, 1996 — Brazil
* "Selenops ecuadorensis" Berland, 1913 — Ecuador
* "Selenops feron" Corronca, 2002 — South Africa
* "Selenops florenciae" Corronca, 2002 — Angola
* "Selenops formosanus" Kayashima, 1943 — Taiwan
* "Selenops formosus" Bryant, 1940 — Cuba
* "Selenops galapagoensis" Banks, 1902 — USA, Mexico, Central America, Galapagos Islands
* "Selenops geraldinae" Corronca, 1996 — Venezuela
* "Selenops gracilis" Muma, 1953 — Mexico
* "Selenops hebraicus" Mello-Leitão, 1945 — Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina
* "Selenops iberia" Alayón, 2005 — Cuba
* "Selenops ilcuria" Corronca, 2002 — Cameroon, South Africa
* "Selenops imias" Alayón, 2005 — Cuba
* "Selenops insularis" Keyserling, 1881 — USA, Greater Antilles
* "Selenops intricatus" Simon, 1910 — West, Central Africa
* "Selenops isopodus" Mello-Leitão, 1941 — Colombia
* "Selenops ivohibe" Corronca, 2005 — Madagascar
* "Selenops jocquei" Corronca, 2005 — Ivory Coast
* "Selenops juxtlahuaca" Valdez, 2007 — Mexico
* "Selenops kikay" Corronca, 1996 — Brazil
* "Selenops kruegeri" Lawrence, 1940 — Southern Africa
* "Selenops lavillai" Corronca, 1996 — Venezuela, Peru, Brazil
* "Selenops lepidus" Muma, 1953 — Mexico
* "Selenops lesnei" Lessert, 1936 — East, Southern Africa
* "Selenops levii" Corronca, 1997 — Brazil
* "Selenops lindborgi" Petrunkevitch, 1926 — Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
* "Selenops littoricola" Strand, 1913 — Central Africa
* "Selenops lobatse" Corronca, 2001 — South Africa
* "Selenops lucibel" Corronca, 2002 — Southern Africa
* "Selenops lumbo" Corronca, 2001 — East Africa
* "Selenops lunatus" Muma, 1953 — Jamaica
* "Selenops manzanoae" Corronca, 1997 — Brazil
* "Selenops maranhensis" Mello-Leitão, 1918 — Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Argentina
* "Selenops marcanoi" Alayón, 1992 — Hispaniola
* "Selenops marginalis" F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1900 — Mexico
* "Selenops marilus" Corronca, 1998 — Venezuela
* "Selenops melanurus" Mello-Leitão, 1923 — Brazil
* "Selenops mexicanus" Keyserling, 1880 — Mexico, Central America
* "Selenops micropalpus" Muma, 1953 — Dominica
* "Selenops minutus" F. O. P.-Cambridge, 1900 — Guatemala, Panama
* "Selenops montigenus" Simon, 1889 — India
* "Selenops morosus" Banks, 1898 — Mexico
* "Selenops nesophilus" Chamberlin, 1924 — USA, Mexico
* "Selenops nigromaculatus" Keyserling, 1880 — Mexico, Antigua
* "Selenops nilgirensis" Reimoser, 1934 — India
* "Selenops occultus" Mello-Leitão, 1918 — Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina
* "Selenops oculatus" Pocock, 1898 — Near East
* "Selenops ollarius" Zhu, Sha & Chen, 1990 — China
* "Selenops onka" Corronca, 2005 — Angola, Namibia
* "Selenops ovambicus" Lawrence, 1940 — West, East, Southern Africa
* "Selenops para" Corronca, 1996 — Brazil
* "Selenops pensilis" Muma, 1953 — Hispaniola
* "Selenops peraltae" Corronca, 1997 — Bolivia
* "Selenops petrunkevitchi" Alayón, 2003 — Jamaica
* "Selenops phaselus" Muma, 1953 — Hispaniola
* "Selenops pygmaeus" Benoit, 1975 — Ivory Coast, Congo
* "Selenops radiatus" Latreille, 1819 — Mediterranean, Africa, India, Myanmar
** "Selenops radiatus fuscus" Franganillo, 1926 — Cuba
* "Selenops rapax" Mello-Leitão, 1929 — Brazil, Argentina
* "Selenops rosario" Alayón, 2005 — Cuba
* "Selenops sabulosus" Benoit, 1968 — Djibouti
* "Selenops saldali" Corronca, 2002 — Ghana, Nigeria
* "Selenops salvadoranus" Chamberlin, 1925 — El Salvador
* "Selenops scitus" Muma, 1953 — Mexico
* "Selenops secretus" Hirst, 1911 — Seychelles
* "Selenops shevaroyensis" Gravely, 1931 — India
* "Selenops siboney" Alayón, 2005 — Cuba
* "Selenops simius" Muma, 1953 — British West Indies, Cuba
* "Selenops spixi" Perty, 1833 — Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina
* "Selenops submaculosus" Bryant, 1940 — West Indies
* "Selenops sumitrae" Patel & Patel, 1973 — India
* "Selenops tehuacanus" Muma, 1953 — Mexico
* "Selenops tenebrosus" Lawrence, 1940 — Zimbabwe, South Africa
* "Selenops tiky" Corronca, 1998 — Venezuela
* "Selenops tomsici" Corronca, 1996 — Peru
* "Selenops tonteldoos" Corronca, 2005 — South Africa
* "Selenops trifidus" Bryant, 1948 — Navassa Islands
* "Selenops vagabundus" Kraus, 1955 — El Salvador
* "Selenops vigilans" Pocock, 1898 — West, Central, East Africa, Madagascar
* "Selenops vinalesi" Muma, 1953 — Cuba
* "Selenops viron" Corronca, 2002 — Kenya
* "Selenops willinki" Corronca, 1996 — Trinidad
* "Selenops ximenae" Corronca, 1997 — Brazil
* "Selenops zairensis" Benoit, 1968 — Congo, Ivory Coast, Angola
* "Selenops zuluanus" Lawrence, 1940 — Zimbabwe, Botswana, South Africa
* "Selenops zumac" Corronca, 1996 — Brazil

References

* (2008): [http://research.amnh.org/entomology/spiders/catalog/SELENOPIDAE.html The world spider catalog] , version 8.5. "American Museum of Natural History".


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