Eilica pomposa
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''Eilica'' is a
genus Genus /ˈdʒiː.nəs/ (plural genera /ˈdʒen.ər.ə/) is a taxonomic rank In biological classification In biology, taxonomy () is the scientific study of naming, defining (Circumscription (taxonomy), circumscribing) and classifying gr ...
of ground spiders that was first described by
Eugen von Keyserling Eugen von Keyserling (22 March 1833 in Pockroy, Lithuania – 4 April 1889 in Dzierżoniów, Silesia) was a Baltic Germans, Baltic-German arachnologist. He studied in the University of Tartu. He was the author of ''Die Spinnen Amerikas'', and comp ...
in 1891.


Species

it contains twenty-eight species: *''
Eilica albopunctata ''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australi ...
'' ( Hogg, 1896) – Australia (South Australia, Queensland) *''
Eilica amambay ''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australi ...
'' Platnick, 1985 – Brazil, Paraguay *''
Eilica bedourie ''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australi ...
'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''
Eilica bicolor ''Eilica bicolor'' is a species of ground spider in the family Gnaphosidae. It is found in a range from the United States to Honduras, Cuba, and Jamaica. References

Gnaphosidae Articles created by Qbugbot Spiders described in 1896 {{gna ...
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, 1896
– USA to Honduras, Cuba, Jamaica *''
Eilica bonda ''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australi ...
'' Müller, 1987 – Colombia *''
Eilica chickeringi ''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australi ...
'' Platnick, 1975 – Panama *''
Eilica cincta ''Eilica'' is a genus of Gnaphosidae, ground spiders that was first Species description, described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1891. Species it contains twenty-eight species: *''Eilica albopunctata'' (Henry Roughton Hogg, Hogg, 1896) – Australi ...
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, 1893)
– West, Central Africa *''Eilica contacta'' Platnick, 1975 – Australia (Queensland, New South Wales) *''Eilica daviesae'' Platnick, 1985 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica fusca'' Platnick, 1975 – South Africa *''Eilica giga'' FitzPatrick, 1994 – Zimbabwe *''Eilica kandarpae'' Nigam & Patel, 1996 – India *''Eilica lotzi'' FitzPatrick, 2002 – South Africa *''Eilica maculipes'' (Vellard, 1925) – Brazil *''Eilica marchantaria'' Antônio Brescovit, Brescovit & Höfer, 1993 – Brazil *''Eilica modesta'' Keyserling, 1891 (Type species, type) – Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina *''Eilica mullaroo'' Platnick, 1988 – Australia (Victoria) *''Eilica myrmecophila'' (Simon, 1903) – Peru, Argentina *''Eilica obscura'' (Keyserling, 1891) – Brazil *''Eilica platnicki'' B. K. Tikader, Tikader & Gajbe, 1977 – India *''Eilica pomposa'' Medan, 2001 – Brazil, Argentina *''Eilica rotunda'' Platnick, 1975 – Australia (Queensland) *''Eilica rufithorax'' (Simon, 1893) – Venezuela, Brazil *''Eilica serrata'' Platnick, 1975 – Australia (Queensland, Western Australia) *''Eilica songadhensis'' Patel, 1988 – India *''Eilica tikaderi'' Platnick, 1976 – India *''Eilica trilineata'' (Cândido Firmino de Mello-Leitão, Mello-Leitão, 1941) – Argentina, Chile, Brazil *''Eilica uniformis'' (Schiapelli & Gerschman, 1942) – Argentina


References

Araneomorphae genera Cosmopolitan spiders Gnaphosidae Taxa named by Eugen von Keyserling {{Gnaphosidae-stub