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Only two genera of the family occur with some degree of certainty in eastern Asia. Judging from the original description, Nemesia sinensis Pocock, 1901 probably belongs to the Cyrtaucheniidae (see Zonstein and Marusik 2012).
Key to the East and South-East Asian genera of Nemesiidae:
- Li, S; Zonstein, S; 2015: Eight new species of the spider genera Raveniola and Sinopesa from China and Vietnam (Araneae, Nemesiidae) ZooKeys, (519): 1-32. doi
- Zonstein S, Marusik Y (2012) A review of the genus Raveniola (Araneae, Nemesiidae) in China, with notes on allied genera and description of four new species from Yunnan. ZooKeys 211: 71–99. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.211.3060
- Schwendinger P (1996) The fauna of orthognathous spiders (Araneae: Mesothelae, Mygalomorphae) in Thailand. Revue Suisse de Zoologie (Special Edition) 2: 577–584.
- Zonstein S, Marusik Y (in press) A review of the spider genus Atmetochilus of Sumatra, Indonesia, with first analysis of male characters and description of three new species (Araneae, Nemesiidae). Zoological Studies.
- Siliwal M, Molur S, Raven R (2015) New genus with two new species of the family Nemesiidae (Araneae: Mygalomorphae) from Arunachal Pradesh, India. Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity 8: 43–48. doi: 10.1016/j.japb.2015.01.005