Prószyński J. 2008. A survey of Havaika (Aranei: Salticidae), an endemic genus from Hawaii, including descriptions of new species // Arthropoda Selecta. Vol.16 (for 2007). No.4: 195–213 [in English].

Museum and Institute of Zoology, Polish Academy of Sciences, ul. Wilcza 64, 00-679 Warszawa Poland. E-mail: jerzy.proszynski@wp.pl

KEY WORDS: island speciation, Havaika, Salticidae, new species, Hawaiian Islands, diagnostic characters, geographical distribution.

Abstract. The genus Havaika has been revised. 23 species recognized from the Hawaiian Islands of which 14 are new to science: Havaika arnedoi sp.n., H. beattyi sp.n., H. berlandi sp.n., H. berryorum sp.n., H. ciliata sp.n., H. gillespieae sp.n., H. gressitti sp.n., H. kahiliensis sp.n., H. kauaiense sp.n., H. kraussi sp.n., H. mananensis sp.n., H. mauiensis sp.n., H. oceanica sp.n. and H. tantalensis sp.n. Pending description as new are further 5 unidentified Havaika species, photographed by Arnedo and Gillespie [2006]. Lectotypes are designated for: Havaika albociliata (Simon, 1900), H. canosa (Simon, 1900), H. cruciata (Simon, 1900), H. navata (Simon, 1900), H. pubens (Simon, 1900), H. senicula (Simon, 1900), H. valida (Simon, 1900) and H. verecunda (Simon, 1900).

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