Prószy?ski J.1, Deeleman-Reinhold Ch.L.2 2013. Description of some Salticidae (Aranei) from the Malay Archipelago. III. Salticidae of Borneo, with comments on adjacent territories // Arthropoda Selecta. Vol.22. No.2: 113–144 [in English].

1 Museum and Institute of Zoology, Polish Academy of Sciences, ul. Wilcza 64, 00-679 Warszawa, Poland. E-mail:

2 4619GA Ossendrecht, the Netherlands. E-mail:

KEY WORDS: jumping spiders, new species, diagnostic characters, distribution, Borneo, Indonesia, Kalimantan, Malaysia, Sabah, Sarawak.

ABSTRACT. This paper provides diagnostic drawings for selected Oriental genera and species, to complement the existing scanty literature. The following 16 new species are described: Bavia kahariana sp.n. (??), B. suhartoi sp.n. (??), Cytaea semengohi sp.n. (?), C. sepakuensis sp.n. (?), C. trusmadii sp.n. (?), Echeclus sokoli sp.n. (??), Euryattus kinabalus sp.n. (??), E. koomeni sp.n. (??), E. pengi sp.n. (?), Onomastus danum sp.n. (??), Pancorius petoti sp.n. (?), Poecilorchestes logunovi sp.n. (?), Sobasina platnicki sp.n. (??), Stertinius onoi sp.n. (??), Vailimia bakoensis sp.n. (?) and V. jianyuae sp.n. (?). One new species is described from New Guinea Euryattus ventralis sp.n. (?). New female is added to Donoessus striatus Simon, 1902. Complementary, comparative drawings are given to 10 species: Bianor incitatus Thorell, 1890, Euryattus venustus (Doleschall, 1859), E. bleekeri (Doleschall, 1859), E. porcellus Thorell, 1881, E. venustus (Doleschall, 1859), Onomastus complexipalpis Wanless, 1980, O. kaharian Benjamin, 2010, O. simoni ?abka, 1985, Pancorius dentichelis (Simon, 1899), Vailimia masinei (Peckham et Peckham, 1907). Genus name Orissania Prószy?ski, 1992 syn.n. is synonymised with the genus name Pancorius Simon, 1902 and a new combination Pancorius daitaricus (Prószy?ski, 1992) comb.n. ex Orissania daitarica Prószy?ski, 1992 is established. Three nominal species of Plotius: P. breviusculus Simon, 1902, P. celebensis Merian, 1911, P. leopoldi Roewer, 1938, are transferred back from Euryattus. Comments on subfamily Euophryinae are added.

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