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Department of Biological Sciences
Auburn University, Alabama

Copyright 1997 2006 Debbie R. Folkerts. All Rights Reserved.


MYSMENIDAE

Maymena ambita LR

Notes: This southeastern species is found in caves and other dark habitats. It is known from De Soto State Park, DeKalb Co.; Jacks Cave, Alladin Cave and Sharp's Caves, Madison Co.; and Lime Point Cave, Rock House Cave and Warrenton Cave, Marshall Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Gertsch 1960.


Microdipoena guttata LR

Synonym: Mysmena guttata

Notes: Roth gave the range of this species as "east of the Mississippi River." The species has been recorded from Calhoun, Clarke, Hale, and Jackson Counties.

Ref.: Levi 1956, Roth 1993.
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NESTICIDAE

Eidmanella pallida LR

Synonyms: Nesticus pallidus, Nesticus cavicola.

Notes: This species is widespread in North America but is more common in the southern states where it has often been collected from caves. In Alabama, it has been recorded from Blount, Calhoun, Elmore, Jefferson, Limestone, Madison, Marshall, Morgan and Tuscaloosa counties.

Ref.: Gertsch 1984.


Gaucelmus augustinus LR

Notes: This species is known from the Gulf states and south into Mexico and Panama. Usually found on the walls and ceilings of caves, it has been recorded from Blount, Clarke, Colbert, Jefferson, Lee, Marshall, and Morgan counties in Alabama.

Ref.: Gertsch 1984.


Nesticus archeri LR

Notes: This species is known only from Alabama where it has been collected in the ravines of Mt. Cheaha State Park in Talladega county.

Ref: Gertsch 1984.


Nesticus barri LR

Notes: This essentially eyeless troglobitic spider is known from Tennessee and Alabama. Records exist for Jackson and Marshall counties.

Ref.: Gertsch 1984.


Nesticus carteri GL

Notes: This troglophilic spider is known from Tennessee, near the northeastern corner of Alabama. It is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Gertsch 1984.


Nesticus jonesi LR

Notes: This cave spider is known only from Morgan County, Alabama.

Ref.: Gertsch 1984.


Nesticus tennesseensis GL

Notes: This cave spider is known from Tennessee, close to the northeastern corner of Alabama. It is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Gertsch 1984.
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OECOBIIDAE

Oecobius navus LR, PC

Synonym: Thalamia parietalis, Oecobius annulipes.

Notes: Type locality (T. parietalis) "S. Alabama". Types destroyed. Shear's Alabama record (dot map) appears in west central Alabama. Pantropical.

Ref.: Shear 1970.
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OONOPIDAE

Orchestina saltitans GL

Notes: This species is known from New England states south to Georgia and west to Missouri. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.
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OXYOPIDAE

Hamataliwa grisea GL

Notes: This species occurs from Florida, west across the southern tier of states and in northern Mexico. Florida (Liberty Co.) and Mississippi (George Co.) records occur near the state border. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Brady 1964.


Hamataliwa helia LR

Synonym: Oxyopes helius.

Notes: Recorded from Lagoon and Bear Foot, Baldwin Co.

Ref.: Brady 1964.


Oxyopes acleistus GL

Synonym: Oxyopes nelsoni.

Notes: In 1964 Brady indicated that this species was found only in Florida. However, in 1975 he included Florida, Louisiana, Texas and northern Mexico in its range. It probably occurs all along the Gulf and is considered likely to occur in Alabama. It inhabits low vegetation in shady areas.

Ref.: Brady 1964, 1975.


Oxyopes aglossus LR

Notes: This southeastern species probably occurs throughout Alabama. Records include Silver Hill, Baldwin Co.; Cheaha State Park, Clay Co.; Black Warrior (now Bankhead) National Forest, Lawrence Co.; Alexander City, Tallapoosa Co.; and Alberta City, Tuscaloosa Co.

Ref.: Brady 1964.


Oxyopes apollo GL

Synonym: Oxyopes floridanus.

Notes: This species occurs in southeastern states (Tennessee, Florida and Louisiana) and west to New Mexico. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Brady 1964, 1975.


Oxyopes cougar GL

Notes: This species is known from North Carolina to western Florida, including a record very near the Alabama border (8 mi. WNW of Pensacola). It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Brady 1969.


Oxyopes salticus LR PC

Synonym: Oxyopes astutus.

Notes: A common spider known from the eastern half of and the extreme western U.S. Syntypes from Alabama (lost). Inhabits tall grass and herbaceous vegetation. Alabama records include Baldwin, Covington, Escambia, Lee, Montgomery, Morgan and Tallapoosa counties.

Ref.: Brady 1975.


Oxyopes scalaris LR

Synonyms: Oxyopes laminatus, O. classicus.

Notes: Occurs throughout the U.S. with records from north central Alabama (Lawrence Co., Madison Co.). It has been collected from pine trees, deciduous trees, shrubs and herbaceous vegetation in a variety of habitats.

Ref.: Brady 1964, 1975.


Peucetia viridans LR, PC

Common name: green lynx spider.

Synonyms: Clastes abboti, C. viridis, C. roscus, Peucetia abboti Sphasus viridans.

Notes: Syntypes (S. viridans) from Alabama (lost). This is a common, conspicuous and well-studied species. It occurs in a variety of relatively open habitats in the southern U.S. and Central America. Alabama records include Baldwin, Cleburne, Hale, Houston, Lee, Madison, Mobile, Monroe, Montgomery and Tallapoosa counties.

Ref.: Brady 1964.
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PHILODROMIDAE

Ebo latithorax GL

Notes: This species occurs from New England south to Georgia and west to Texas and Nebraska. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Sauer and Platnick 1972.


Philodromus barrowsi LR

Notes: This species occurs from Louisiana to Florida and north to New York. Alabama records (dot map) include Baldwin Co. and east central Alabama.

Ref.: Dondale and Redner 1976.


Philodromus imbecillus

Notes: This species occurs south to Florida and west.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Philodromus infuscatus LR

Notes: This species occurs in much of the eastern U.S. It has been reported from Satsuma, Mobile Co., Alabama. Specimens from Alabama have been assigned to the subspecies, P. i. infuscatus.

Ref.: Dondale and Redner 1969.


Philodromus keyserlingi LR

Notes: The range of this species extends from New Mexico to Florida and north into southern Canada. It has been recorded (dot map) from east central Alabama.

Ref.: Dondale and Redner 1969.


Philodromus laticeps LR

Synonym: Philodromus louisianus.

Notes: This species ranges from eastern Texas to Florida, and north to Massachusetts. Alabama records (dot map) exist for west central and southwestern areas of the state.

Ref.: Dondale and Redner 1976.


Philodromus lutulentus LR

Notes: This species is known from eastern and southwestern states, including a record (dot map) in west central Alabama.

Ref.: Dondale and Redner 1976.


Philodromus marxi GL

Notes: This species occurs from New England to Florida and west.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Philodromus minutus GL

Notes: This species occurs south to Georgia and west to Minnesota and Texas.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Philodromus placidus GL

Notes: This species occurs south to Florida and west to Texas.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Philodromus rufus GL

Notes: This species is known from both Georgia and Mississippi and undoubtedly occurs in northern Alabama. According to Cutler (2003), the Alabama populations probably represent the subspecies P. r. jenningsi, although influence from P. r. vibrans probably occurs in extreme northeastern Alabama.

Ref.: Cutler 2003.


Philodromus vulgaris GL

Notes: This species is known from southern Canada and much of the U.S. east of the Rocky Mountains. Records include sites in Mississippi, Georgia and Florida. It is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Dondale and Redner 1976.


Thanatus formicinis LR

Notes: This species has been recorded from Auburn, Lee Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Dondale et al 1964.


Thanatus rubicellus LR

Notes: This species is known from Prairieville, Alabama.

Ref.: Dondale et al 1964.


Tibellus duttoni PC

Notes: The range of this species includes the eastern U.S. from New England south to Florida and west to Texas and Minnesota. I have seen it in pitcher plant bogs and have collected it from Baldwin county.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Tibellus oblongus GL

Notes: This species is known to occur throughout the U.S. and southern Canada.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.
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PHOLCIDAE

Modisimus texanus PC

Notes: I have collected this species (or a similar undescribed species) from Baldwin county in a live oak hammock. Roth (1993) mentioned that undescribed forms of this genus exist.


Pholcus phalangioides PC

Notes: This species is common throughout the U.S. and occurs througout Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Physocyclus globosus GL

Notes: Ranging from Florida west to California, this species is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Psilochorus pullulus GL

Notes: With a distribution extending from Maryland south to Georgia and west to Texas, this species is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.
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PISAURIDAE

Dolomedes albineus LR

Notes: Female type from Alabama (destroyed). This species is associated with slow moving streams, lakes and ponds in the southern Coastal Plain and as far north as Virginia. In Alabama, it is recorded (dot map) from several areas in the northern half of the state and from Mobile and Baldwin counties. Bishop recorded it from Auburn, Mobile, Wiluski Shoals, Shelby Co., Epes, Sumter Co., Silas, and Choctaw Co.

Ref.: Bishop 1924, Carico 1973b.


Dolomedes okefinokensis LR?

Notes: An inhabitant of swampy areas, this species occurs in southern Georgia and Florida. Bishop recorded the species from Alabama (Coosa R. near Three Island shoal, Talladega Co.), however, Carico felt that he may have misidentified immature specimens of D. tenebrosus.

Ref.: Bishop 1924, Carico 1973b.


Dolomedes tenebrosus LR PC

Notes: Types from Alabama (destroyed). This species ranges over the eastern half of the U.S. A record (dot map) appears in south central Alabama. Bishop recorded it from Letura and Coosa R. It is often collected from tree trunks in or near slow moving streams or ponds.

Ref.: Bishop 1924, Carico 1973b.


Dolomedes scriptus LR

Synonym: Dolomedes pinicola.

Notes: Male holotype from Alabama (lost). This species ranges throughout the eastern half of the U.S. It is recorded (dot map) from east central and north central Alabama. Bishop recorded it from Pratt's Ferry, Auburn, and (D. pinicola) "South" Alabama. It is usually associated with moderate to fast moving streams.

Ref.: Bishop 1924, Carico 1973b.


Dolomedes triton LR PC

Synonyms: Lycosa triton, Dolomedes sexpunctatus, D. spatulatus.

Notes: Syntypes (D. sexpunctatus) from Alabama (destroyed). This species is associated with standing or slow-water habitats, and ranges in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. Alabama records (dot map) include Baldwin Co., central and north central areas. Bishop recorded it from Auburn, Gallant and Magnolia Springs, Alabama. It is common throughout the state.

Ref.: Bishop 1924, Carico 1973b.


Dolomedes vittatus LR

Synonyms: Dolomedes lanceolatus, D. urinator.

Notes: Male holotype (D. lanceolatus) from Alabama (destroyed). Found in the eastern U.S. Alabama records (dot map) occur for east central, west central and north central areas. Bishop recorded it (D. urinator) from Auburn, Alabama. Inhabits shady areas of small streams, among rocks and woody debris.

Ref.: Bishop 1924, Carico 1973b.


Pisaurina brevipes PC

Notes: This species is known from much of the eastern half of the U.S. and is recorded (dot map) from Mississippi (probably Jackson Co.) very near the Alabama border. I have collected it form Baldwin county in a swamp and an open grassy area.

Ref.: Carico 1973a.


Pisaurina dubia LR

Synonyms: Maypacius floridanus, Thanatidius floridanus, T. tenuis.

Notes: This species is known from Georgia, Florida and Mississippi, where records (dot map, probably Jackson Co.) are very near the Alabama border. Bishop refered to a specimen (T. floridanus) collected in Auburn, Alabama. Bryant described T. tenuis from Baldwin Co., Alabama. This species been collected from pitcher plants, spanish moss, pine and forest litter.

Ref.: Bishop 1924, Bryant 1946, Carico 1973a.


Pisaurina mira LR

Synonyms: Dolomedes mirus, D. virgatus, Micrommata undata, M. serrata, M. marmorata, M. carolinensis, M. subinflata.

Notes: Holotypes (Micrommata spp.) from Alabama (destroyed). A common spider in eastern North America, this species is recorded (dot map) from Baldwin Co., east central, west central and north central Alabama. Bishop recorded it from Hull Lake and Holt, Alabama. It is often collected from grasses and shrubs in a variety of wooded and field habitats.

Ref.: Bishop 1924, Carico 1973a.


Pisaurina undulata LR

Synonym: Tetragonophthalma undulata, Pelopatis undulata.

Notes: This species is associated with aquatic habitats It occurs in the southeastern U.S. Dot map records include Baldwin Co., Mobile Co., west central, and southeastern Alabama.

Ref.: Carico 1973a.
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PRODIDOMIDAE

Prodidomus rufus LR

Notes: Distribution in the southern U.S. from Texas to Alabama.

Ref.: Roth 1993.
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SALTICIDAE

Admestina archboldi GL

Notes: Distribution in the southeastern U.S. as far west as Texas and as far north as southern Georgia. This species occurs in Georgia, Florida and Mississippi including a site near the southwestern border of Alabama. It is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Piel 1992.


Admestina tibialis GL

Synonym: Maevia tibialis

Notes: Known from Florida, Louisiana and Tennessee, it is likely that this species occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Piel 1992.


Admestina wheeleri GL

Synonym: Admestina tibialis

Notes: Known from Florida, Arkansas and other points to the north and west, it is likely that this species occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Piel 1992.


Agassa cyanea GL

Synonym: Agassa cerulea.

Notes: This species ranges from New England to Florida and west to New Mexico. It is likely that it occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Anasaitis canosa GL

Synonyms: Corythalia canosaa Corythalia aurata

Notes: This species ranges from South Carolina to Florida and west to Texas. It is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978, Edwards 1999b.


Attidops cinctipes GL

Synonym: Ballus cinctipes

Notes: This species is known from Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi and almost certainly occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978, Edwards 1999a.


Attidops youngii GL

Synonym: Ballus youngii

Notes: The range of this species extends from southeastern Canada south to Virginia and west to coastal Texas. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978, Edwards 1999a.


Chacoscirtus diminutus LR

Synonyms: Corythalia delicatula Euophrys diminuta.

Notes: Known from Florida, Georgia and Arkansas, this species is probably a member of the Alabama fauna.

Ref.: Edwards 2002.


Eris flava GL

Notes: Only scattered localities are known for this often misidentified species. Most collections have been made along the shores of the Great Lakes and along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. It is known from the Florida panhandle near Alabama and as far west as eastern Texas. It is likely to occur in southern Alabama.

Ref.: Maddison 1986.


Eris floridana LR

Notes: The known range of this species includes Alabama, and other eastern states.

Ref.: Kaston 1973.


Eris militaris LR

Synonyms: Eris marginata, Attus marginatus.

Notes: Some of the type material for this species as both A. marginatus and A. militaris came from Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1973, Maddison 1987.


Ghelna castanea LR

Synonyms: Metaphidippus castaneus.

Notes: Known from Florida and Mississippi, this species is probably a member of the Alabama fauna.

Ref.: Maddison 1996.


Ghelna sexmaculata LR

Synonym: Metaphidippus sexmaculatus

Notes: This species is known from Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, Alabama and Louisiana.

Ref.: Kaston 1973.


Habrocestum parvulum LR

Notes: This eastern U.S. species is known from Conecuh, Coosa and Madison counties in Alabama.

Ref.: Richman 1981.


Habrocestum pulex LR

Notes: This species is known throughout most of the eastern U.S. Alabama records include Madison, Mobile, Tallapoosa and Tuscaloosa counties.

Ref.: Richman 1981.


Habronattus calcaratus GL

Synonym: Pellenes calcaratus.

Notes: This species is known from southern Canada and the eastern U.S. It has been recorded (H. c. maddisoni) from Tennessee near the border of north central Alabama, and (H. c. calcaratus) from Florida near the southeastern corner of Alabama. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Griswold 1987.


Habronattus carolinensis LR

Synonyns: Habronattus tachypodus, Pellenes carolinensis.

Notes: This southeastern species is known from the Mobile Bay area of Alabama.

Ref.: Griswold 1987.


Habronattus coecatus LR PC

Synonym: Habronattus coronatus.

Notes: This eastern U.S. species is known from Baldwin, Colbert, Montgomery and Tuscaloosa counties in Alabama. In my experience, it occurs most abundantly on granitic flatrocks and other rock outcrops.

Ref.: Griswold 1987.


Habronattus decorus GL

Notes: This species occurs from Canada to Florida and west.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Habronattus georgiensis LR

Synonyms: Habronattus elegans, Pellenes elegans.

Notes: This species is known from the Gulf Coastal Plain of Georgia, northern Florida and Alabama. It has been recorded from Baldwin Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Griswold 1987.


Habronattus leuceres LR

Synonym: Pellenes leuceres.

Notes: Holotype (P. leuceres) from Auburn, Lee Co., Alabama. This species is known only from the holotype.

Ref.: Griswold 1987.


Habronattus notialis GL

Notes: This southeastern species has been recorded from Florida and Mississippi near the southeastern and southwestern corners of Alabama. It is likely to occur in the state.

Ref.: Griswold 1987.


Habronattus texanus LR

Notes: This species is known from central and eastern states. It has been recorded from Georgia and Tennessee very near the northeastern corner of Alabama. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Griswold 1987.


Habronattus viridipes GL

Notes: Known from Florida, South Carolina and Texas, it is likely that this species is present in Alabama.

Ref.: Griswold 1987.


Hentzia grenada GL

Notes: This species is known from south Georgia and Florida where it has been recorded very near the southeastern corner of Alabama. It is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Richman 1989.


Hentzia mitrata LR

Notes: This species occurs in most of the eastern U.S. Records (dot map) exist for the northern half of Alabama. It has been collected on shrubs and trees such as wax myrtle and live oak.

Ref.: Richman 1989.


Hentzia palmarum LR PC

Synonym: Hentzia ambiguus

Notes: This species ranges from Nova Scotia and Ontario south to Cuba and the Bahamas. In Alabama, it has been recorded from the Mobile Bay area. It has been collected from shrubs and trees and is often associated with mangroves in the subtropical portions of its range. I have collected it in a pitcher plant bog and in a baldcypress swamp in Mobile county.

Ref.: Richman 1989, Maddison 1996.


Lyssomanes viridis LR PC

Notes: This species is known from North Carolina south to Florida and west to Texas. It has been collected in Lee and Russell counties and seen throughout the state.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Maevia hobbsae GL

Synonym: Paramaevia hobbsae.

Notes: This species is known from both Florida and Mississippi and thus probably occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Barnes 1955, LaSalle and de la Cruz 1985.


Maevia inclemens GL

Synonym: Maevia vittata.

Notes: The range of this species extends from New England and adjacent Canada to Florida and Texas. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Barnes 1955, Kaston 1978.


Maevia intermedia LR

Notes: This species has been recorded from Alabama.

Ref.: Barnes 1955.


Marpissa bina GL

Notes: Known from coastal marshes in the Florida Panhandle and southern Mississippi, this species is probably a member of the Alabama fauna.

Ref.: Barnes 1958, Rey and McCoy 1983, LaSalle and de la Cruz 1985.


Marpissa grata LR

Notes: This species is known from Florida and has been reported from coastal marshes in Mississippi. It probably occurs in Alabama. .

Ref.: Barnes 1958, LaSalle and de la Cruz 1985.


Marpissa formosa LR

Notes: This species has been recorded from Alabama .

Ref.: Barnes 1958, Kaston 1978.


Marpissa lineata LR

Notes: This species has been recorded from Alabama .

Ref.: Barnes 1958.


Marpissa pikei GL

Notes: This species occurs from Canada to Florida and west and has been recorded from Alabama.

Ref.: Barnes 1958.


Menemerus bivitattus GL

Notes: This species is known from West Virginia south to Florida and west across the southern states to California. It is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Metacyrba taeniola GL

Notes: Known from Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi, this species undoubtedly occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Neon nellii GL

Notes: The range of this species extends from New England south to Florida and west to the Rocky Mountains. It is likely that it occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Neonella vinnula

Notes: Known from Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Mississippi and Texas, this species is probably a member of the Alabama fauna.

Ref.: Gertsch 1936, LaSalle and de la Cruz 1985.


Paraphidippus aurantius LR

Synonym: Salticus aurantius.

Notes: This species was described (S. aurantius) from type specimens from Alabama (destroyed).

Ref.: Kaston 1973, Edwards 2004.


Peckhamia americana LR

Notes: This species has been recorded from Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Peckhamia picata GL

Notes: This species is known from New England and adjacent Canada south to Florida and west to Texas and Nebraska. It is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Peckhamia scorpionia GL

Notes: This species is known from Florida, North Carolina, Kansas and Texas. It is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Pelegrina exiguua LR

Synonym: Metaphidippus exiguus

Notes: Specimens have been collected in Canada, northeastern states, North Carolina, Georgia and Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1973, Maddison 1996.


Pelegrina galathea LR

Synonyms: Attus galathea, Metaphidippus galathea

Notes: The type specimens for the description of this species (A. galathea) were from Alabama but were later destroyed.

Ref.: Kaston 1973, Maddison 1996.


Pelegrina proterva LR

Synonym: Attus protervus, Metaphidippus protervus.

Notes: Type specimens (A. protervus) were from Alabama (destroyed).

Ref.: Kaston 1973, Maddison 1996.


Pelegrina tillandsiae GL PC

Synonym: Metaphidippus tillandsiae

Notes: This species has been reported from South Carolina, Florida, Mississippi and Louisiana. It is common in masses of Spanish moss in Alabama. Adults are usually found in winter.

Ref.: Kaston 1973, Maddison 1996.


Phidippus apacheanus LR PC

Notes: This species has been recorded from five counties in Alabama.

Ref.: Edwards 2004.


Phidippus audax LR PC

Notes: This species is known from eight Alabama counties.

Ref.: Edwards 2004.


Phidippus cardinalis LR PC

Synonym: Phidippus rufus

Notes: The type of P. rufus came from Alabama. The species is known from Jefferson, Lee and Mobile counties. species in Cherokee County, Alabama.

Ref.: Edwards 2004.


Phidippus clarus LR PC

Synonym: Phidippus rimator

Notes: This species has been recorded from 11 Alabama counties. I have found the species to be relatively common in pitcher plant bogs in southern Alabama.

Ref.: Edwards 2004.


Phidippus mystaceus LR

Notes: Known from Lee County, Alabama.

Ref.: Edwards 2004.


Phidippus otiosus LR

Notes: This species is known from Houston County, Alabama.

Ref.: Edwards 2004.


Phidippus pius LR PC

Notes: This species is known from Bibb County, Alabama.

Ref.: Edwards 2004.


Phidippus princeps LR

Notes: This species is known from Washington County, Alabama.

Ref.: Edwards 2004.


Phidippus pulcherrimus LR

Notes: This species is known from Baldwin County, Alabama.

Ref.: Edwards 2004.


Phidippus putnami LR

Notes: This species is known from Colbert, Lee and Pike counties.

Ref.: Edwards 2004.


Phidippus regius LR PC

Notes: This large species has been collected in Baldwin, Macon and Mobile counties.

Ref.: Edwards 2004.


Phidippus whitmani LR

Notes: This species is known from 6 Alabama counties.

Ref.: Edwards 2004.


Phlegra fasciata GL

Notes: This species occurs from New England south to Florida and west to Texas. It is likely that it occurs in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Platycryptus undatus LR PC

Synonym: Attus rupicola, Marpissa rupicola, Metacyrba undata.

Notes: This species is known from Silver Hill, Baldwin Co.,Alabama. I have collected it in Baldwin county in a bottomland forest.

Ref.: Bryant 1946.


Plexippus paykulli PC

Notes: This species is known from Georgia and Florida west to Texas. I have collected it from Baldwin county.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Sarinda hentzi GL

Notes: Distributed from New England to Florida and west to Texas, this species is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Sitticus concolor LR

Synonym: Sitticus floridanus, Sitticus cursor.

Notes: This species is known from Baldwin Co., Alabama.

Ref.: Proszynski 1968.


Synageles bishopi GL

Notes: This species occurs in much of the eastern U.S. including sites in Florida and Mississippi that are near the border of Alabama. It is considered likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Cutler 1987.


Synageles noxiosus GL

Notes: The distribution includes much of the southern and northeastern U.S. including sites in Georgia, Florida, Mississippi and Tennessee. It is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Cutler 1987.


Synemosyna formica GL

Synonym: Synemosyna lunata.

Notes:
This species is known from Florida, Georgia, Arkansas and Texas and thus is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Thiodina sylvana LR

Synonym: Thiodina iniquies

Notes: This species has been recorded from Winston County, Alabama.

Ref.: Richman and Vetter 2004.


Thiodina puerpera LR PC

Synonym: Thiodina irrorata

Notes: This species is known from Alabama. I have collected this species in Baldwin county in a pitcher plant bog.

Ref.: Richman and Vetter 2004.


Tutelina elegans GL

Notes: This species ranges south to Florida and west.

Ref.:Kaston 1978.


Zygoballus rufipes PC

Synonym: Zygoballus bettini

Notes: This species is known from New England states and southern Canada south to Florida and west to Texas. I have collected it from Baldwin county in swamp and bottomland forest habitats.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.


Zygoballus sexpunctatus GL

Notes: Known from New Jersey to Florida and west to Texas, this species is likely to occur in Alabama.

Ref.: Kaston 1978.
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SCYTODIDAE

Scytodes thoracica LR, PC

Notes: This species is distributed in the eastern U.S. and Canada. It is commonly found in houses.

Ref.: Kaston 1948, 1978, Roth 1993.
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SEGESTRIIDAE

Ariadna bicolor LR

Synonyms: Pylarus bicolor, P. pumilus, Ariadna philosopha.

Notes: Type specimens (Pylarus bicolor and P. pumilus) from northern Alabama (lost). Records exist for Colbert Co., Jackson Co., Madison Co. and Marshall Co. Tubular webs are built in crevices, usually on rock outcrops.

Ref.: Beatty 1970.
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SICARIIDAE

Loxosceles reclusa LR PC

Synonym: Loxosceles rufipes.

Notes: This species has been recorded from 21 counties (listed in the Cooperative Economic Insect Report (CEIR) from 1959 to 1976). Gertsch and Ennik listed Jefferson Co., and showed numerous dot map records mainly in the northern two-thirds. It can be found under rocks and litter, but is most commonly collected in buildings, where it may be exceptionally abundant. Its bite can produce serious hemotoxic effects.

Ref.: Gertsch and Ennik 1983.
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