Seyfulina R.R.1, Azarkina G.N.2, Kartsev V.M.3 2020. A contribution to the knowledge of jumping spiders from Thailand (Aranei: Salticidae) // Arthropoda Selecta. Vol.29. No.1: 87–96 [in English].
1 Prioksko-Terrasnyi State Biosphere Reserve, Danki, Moscow Area 142200, Russia. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
2 Laboratory of Systematics of Invertebrate Animals, Institute of Systematics and Ecology of Animals, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Frunze street 11, Novosibirsk 630091, Russia.
3 Department of Entomology, Faculty of Biology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Leninskie Gory, Moscow 119234, Russia.
ABSTRACT. Jumping spiders of 10 species collected from Satun, Sukhotai and Kanchanaburi Provinces of Thailand are studied. Six species are reported from the country for the first time: Evarcha bulbosa Żabka, 1985, Phintella vittata (C.L. Koch, 1846), Phintelloides versicolor (C.L. Koch, 1846), and Portia labiata (Thorell, 1887). Two of them are new to the fauna of Indo-China (Holoplatys digitatus Zhou, Irfan et Peng, 2017 and Menemerus nigli Wesołowska et Freudenschuss, 2012). Three species — M. brachygnathus (Thorell, 1887), Plexippus paykulli (Audouin, 1826) and P. setipes Karsch, 1879 — have the southernmost records of their distribution in Thailand. One species — Stenaelurillus abramovi Logunov, 2008 — has a southernmost limit of its range. Photos of living specimens for eight species, as well as drawings of the copulatory organs for H. digitatus and M. nigli are provided.
KEY WORDS: Araneae, Arachnida, fauna, Oriental Region, Tarutao National Park.