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:

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.

doi: 10.15298/arthsel.29.1.07

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.

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