A phylogenetic classification of jumping spiders (Araneae: Salticidae)

  title={A phylogenetic classification of jumping spiders (Araneae: Salticidae)},
  author={Wayne P. Maddison},
Abstract The classification of jumping spiders (Salticidae) is revised to bring it into accord with recent phylogenetic work. Of the 610 recognized extant and fossil genera, 588 are placed at least to subfamily, most to tribe, based on both molecular and morphological information. The new subfamilies Onomastinae, Asemoneinae, and Eupoinae, and the new tribes Lapsiini, Tisanibini, Neonini, Mopsini, and Nannenini, are described. A new unranked clade, the Simonida, is recognized. Most other family… 

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