Diagnoses of genera of South East Asia: Ogdenia (10; ?). The
single female of 0. mutilla Peckham & Peckham, 1907, was regarded
as being close to Hasarius (p. 336). As the name implies it was thought
to mimic a mutillid wasp.Distribution: Ogdenia is known only from Sarawak.
General remarks: Most of these genera are known only from south east
Asia. Although there are still no habitat details, genitalia and occasionally
other drawings are now available for many of them. In the original descriptions
and in Simon's salticid classification, mention is sometimes made of close and
more familiar relatives. The latter will be discussed in more detail in due
course. Murphy & Murphy 2000: 272. By
courtesy of the Authors' and the Malaysian Nature Society.
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