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Monaeses
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Chelicerata
Class: Arachnida
Order: Araneae
Infraorder: Araneomorphae
Family: Thomisidae
Genus: Monaeses
Thorell, 1869
Type species
Monaeses paradoxus
(Lucas, 1846)
Species

See text

Diversity
27 species

Monaeses is a genus of crab spiders in the family Thomisidae, containing twenty seven species.

Species

  • Monaeses aciculus (Simon, 1903) — Nepal to Japan, Philippines
  • Monaeses attenuatus O. P.-Cambridge, 1899 — Sri Lanka
  • Monaeses austrinus Simon, 1910 — West, Southern Africa
  • Monaeses brevicaudatus L. Koch, 1874 — Queensland
  • Monaeses caudatus Tang & Song, 1988 — China
  • Monaeses cinerascens (Thorell, 1887) — Sri Lanka, Myanmar
  • Monaeses fasciculiger Jezequel, 1964 — Ivory Coast
  • Monaeses fuscus Dippenaar-Schoeman, 1984 — South Africa
  • Monaeses gibbus Dippenaar-Schoeman, 1984 — South Africa
  • Monaeses greeni O. P.-Cambridge, 1899 — Sri Lanka
  • Monaeses griseus Pavesi, 1897 — Ethiopia to South Africa
  • Monaeses guineensis Millot, 1942 — Guinea
  • Monaeses habamatinikus Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 — Philippines
  • Monaeses israeliensis Levy, 1973 — Greece, Turkey, Israel, Lebanon, Central Asia
  • Monaeses jabalpurensis Gajbe & Rane, 1992 — India
  • Monaeses lucasi (Taczanowski, 1872) — Guyana
  • Monaeses mukundi Tikader, 1980 — India
  • Monaeses nigritus Simon, 1909 — Vietnam
  • Monaeses pachpediensis (Tikader, 1980) — India
  • Monaeses paradoxus (Lucas, 1846) — Europe to Azerbaijan, Africa
  • Monaeses parvati Tikader, 1963 — India
  • Monaeses pustulosus Pavesi, 1895 — Ethiopia to South Africa
  • Monaeses quadrituberculatus Lawrence, 1927 — Southern Africa
  • Monaeses reticulatus (Simon, 1909) — Vietnam
  • Monaeses tuberculatus (Thorell, 1895) — Myanmar
  • Monaeses xiphosurus Simon, 1907 — Guinea-Bissau
  • Monaeses xyphoides L. Koch, 1874 — Queensland
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