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Jumping spiders of America North of Mexico

Jumping spiders of America North of Mexico Home Previous genus: Synemosyna
Genus List Next genus: Marchena

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These and Synemosyna make up our only representatives of this large cosmotropical subfamily of ant mimics. Sarinda tend to be more robust in body. The palpi are large and the embolus fixed to the tegulum, unlike the case in Peckhamia and Synageles.

For more information and links to the species, go to Sarinda in the Tree of Life.

References most relevant to species north of Mexico: Galiano (1965),Galiano (1969).

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The species in the eastern U.S. is often found on forest leaf litter; the neotropical species are typically in vegetation.

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