Eupoinae

Classification follows:
MADDISON (2015): A phylogenetic classification of jumping spiders (Araneae: Salticidae). Journal of Arachnology 43(3): 231-292.

MADDISON, W. P. & SZÜTS, T. (2019). Myrmarachnine jumping spiders of the new subtribe Levieina from Papua New Guinea (Araneae, Salticidae, Myrmarachnini). ZooKeys 842: 85-112

MADDISON, W. P., MADDISON, D. R., DERKARABETIAN, S. & HEDIN, M. (2020): Sitticine jumping spiders: phylogeny, classification, andchromosomes (Araneae, Salticidae, Sitticini). ZooKeys 925: 1-54

4 genera without tribe classification

Corusca, Eupoa, Megaeupoa, Sinoinsula,

Genus Corusca with 10 species:

acris ZHOU & LI, 2013, bawangensis ZHOU & LI, 2013, falcata ZHOU & LI, 2013, gracilis ZHOU & LI, 2013, jianfengensis ZHOU & LI, 2013, liaoi (PENG & LI, 2006), sanyaensis ZHOU & LI, 2013, setifera ZHOU & LI, 2013, viriosa ZHOU & LI, 2013, wuzhishanensis ZHOU & LI, 2013,

Type species: Corusca gracilis (♂,♀) ZHOU & LI, 2013



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Genus Eupoa with 12 species:

daklak LOGUNOV & MARUSIK, 2014, hainanensis PENG & KIM, 1997, jingwei MADDISON & ZHANG, 2007, lehtineni LOGUNOV & MARUSIK, 2014, lobli LOGUNOV & MARUSIK, 2014, nezha MADDISON & ZHANG, 2007, pappi LOGUNOV & MARUSIK, 2014, prima ŻABKA, 1985, pulchella LOGUNOV & MARUSIK, 2014, schwendingeri LOGUNOV & MARUSIK, 2014, thailandica LOGUNOV & MARUSIK, 2014, yunnanensis PENG & KIM, 1997,

Type species: Eupoa prima (♂,♀) ŻABKA, 1985



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Genus Megaeupoa with 2 species:

gravelyi (CALEB, ACHARYA & KUMAR, 2018), yanfengi LIN & LI, 2020,

Type species: Megaeupoa yanfengi (♂,♀) LIN & LI, 2020



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Genus Sinoinsula with 12 species:

curva (ZHOU & LI, 2013), hebetata (ZHOU & LI, 2013), limuensis (ZHOU & LI, 2013), longa (ZHOU & LI, 2013), maculata (PENG & KIM, 1997), minuta (ZHOU & LI, 2013), nigricula (ZHOU & LI, 2013), ramosa (ZHOU & LI, 2013), scutata (ZHOU & LI, 2013), squamata (ZHOU & LI, 2013), tumida (ZHOU & LI, 2013), uncinata (ZHOU & LI, 2013),

Type species: Sinoinsula hebetata (♂,♀) (ZHOU & LI, 2013)



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