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This paper introduces two new hybrid models for clustering problems in which the input features and parameters of a spiking neural network (SNN) are optimized using evolutionary algorithms. We used two novel evolutionary approaches, the quantum-inspired evolutionary algorithm (QIEA) and the optimization by genetic programming (OGP) methods, to develop the quantum binary-real evolving SNN (QbrSNN) and the SNN optimized by genetic programming (SNN-OGP) neuro-evolutionary models, respectively. The proposed models are applied to 8 benchmark datasets, and a significantly higher clustering accuracy compared to a standard SNN without feature and parameter optimization is achieved with fewer iterations. When comparing QbrSNN and SNN-OGP, the former performed slightly better but at the expense of increased computational effort.