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Amauropelma trueloves Raven & Stumkat, 2001
Addendum to diagnosis
Tarsal organ position ranges from 0.125–0.77. Tarsi with or without adpressed trichobothria. Epigynum with soft or sclerotized lateral teeth. Tracheal spiracle distinct or indistinct. Otherwise, as in Raven et al. (2001).
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- Raven R, Stumkat K, Gray M (2001) Revisions of Australian ground-hunting spiders: I. Amauropelma gen. nov. (Araneomorphae: Ctenidae). Records of the Western Australian Museum, Supplement 64: 187-227.