Deeleman-Reinhold Ch.L.1, Miller J.A.2 2021. Description of a new species of Leuserattus Prószyński et Deeleman-Reinhold, 2012, with comments on the type species L. gunung Prószyński et Deeleman-Reinhold, 2012 and associated genera (Araneae: Salticidae) // Arthropoda Selecta. Vol.30. No.1: 105–112 [in English].
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ABSTRACT. Leuserattus gunung Prószyński et Deeleman-Reinhold, 2012, the type species of a monotypic genus, is redescribed in the light of new morphological data. The known distribution of this species is extended from Sumatra to Java, Indonesia. A second species — Leuserattus pristinus sp.n. (♂♀) from the canopy rainforest of Borneo — is diagnosed and described. The new species is distinct from L. gunung by the body colour pattern, cheliceral armament, and the conformation of copulatory organs in both sexes. A close relationship of the genus Maileus with Leuserattus is suggested; relationships with Saaristattus Logunov et Azarkina, 2008 and Muziris Thorell, 1878 are discussed. The epigyne of the type specimen of Maileus fuscus Peckham et Peckham, 1907 is illustrated.
KEY WORDS: Aranei, canopy fogging, jumping spiders, Southeast Asia, taxonomy, tropical rainforest.