After our 2003 paper on molecular phylogeny of salticids, it was clear that sampling broadly over the world was going to be important to understand salticid systematics well. Unlike some groups of spiders, most genera of salticids are geographically restricted. By 2005, Wayne had had many expeditions to Ecuador and Mexico, but none to the Old World tropics. And so, he and Daiqin Li undertook a collecting trip, with Ingi Agnarsson and Junxia Zhang, in Singapore and peninsular Malaysia to gather fresh material for phylogenetic work. Some of the euophryines discovered on that trip are described in this paper [pdf].