Martensopoda minuscula

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Jäger, Peter (2006) Martensopoda gen. nov. from southern Indian mountain ranges, the first genus of huntsman spiders with a cymbial spur (Araneae: Sparassidae: Heteropodinae). Zootaxa 1325 : 341 – 344, doi. Versioned wiki page: 2016-04-04, version 79521, https://species-id.net/w/index.php?title=Martensopoda_minuscula&oldid=79521 , contributors (alphabetical order): PlaziBot.

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Araneae
Familia: Sparassidae
Genus: Martensopoda

Name

Martensopoda minuscula Reimoser 1934Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

  • Martensopoda minuscula Jäger, Peter, 2006, Zootaxa 1325: 341-344.

Materials Examined

Type material.Lectotype female (PJ 1705) with label: Voy. Carl et Escher, Inde méridionale, Mariyan­Shola, 11.– 17.IV., syntype (MHNG, examined). 1 female paralectotype (PJ 1706) with label: Voy. Carl et Escher, Inde méridionale, Kukkalshola, 1.IV., syntype. (MHNG, examined). [GPS for Kukkal: 10 ° 18 ' 0 N, 77 ° 19 ' 60 E] Further material examined.1 female (PJ 462) with label: South India: Palni Hills, J. Carl, K. Escher leg. 1926 / 27, E. Reimoser det.: 1 female ("Cotype"), (Syntypus) ex Coll. Reimoser (NHMW). 3 females (PJ 1776–1778) with label: 22. India: Madras: Palni Hills, Kodaikanal, 2100 m; tamisages dans la forêt au­dessus de la ville; 11.XI. 1972; leg. C. Besuchet et I. Löbl (MHNG). [GPS for Kodaikanal: 10 ° 13 ' 60 N, 77 ° 28 ' 60 E]

Diagnosis

Diagnosis. Females with median septum narrower than in M. transversa sp. nov., having only a small or no pit at the anterior end of median septum, rims around copulatory openings forming a larger circle (Figs 13, 17–18, 20), lateral loops of internal duct system extending posteriorly to receptacula (Figs 14–16). From the present material the colour pattern of M. minuscula comb. nov. seems to be more distinct than in M. transversa sp. nov. (Figs 29–30).

Description

Description. Female lectotype (with female paralectotype and females PJ 462 and 1776–1778 in parentheses; in leg and eye measurements and spination ranges of all specimens examined are given). Dorsal shield of prosoma length 2.9 (2.8–3.1), width ­ (2.5–2.8), anterior width 1.5 (1.5–1.6), height 1.1 (1.0– 1.2); opisthosoma length 3.8 (3.0– 4.7), width 2.8 (2.0– 3.2). Leg formula: 2413; leg and palp measurements: Palp 3.5–4.1 (1.0– 1.2, 0.6–0.7, 0,7–1.0, ­, 1.1–1.3), I 7.9–8.9 (2.2–2.5, 1.2–1.3, 2.0– 2.3, 1.7 ­ 2.0, 0.7–0.8), II 8.5–9.5 (2.6–2.9, 1.2–1.4, 2.1–2.5, 1.8 –2.0, 0.8–0.9), III 7.4–8.4 (2.3–2.6, 1.0– 1.1, 1.8–2.1, 1.6–1.9, 0.6–0.7), IV 8.1–9.3 (2.4–2.8, 1.0– 1.1, 2.0– 2.2, 1.9–2.3, 0.7–0.9). Spination: palp 131, 101, 2121, 1014(3); femur I–II 323 (2 / 1), III 322 (1 /0), IV 321; patella I–III 001(0), IV 001; tibia I 1024 (5 / 6), II 2 (1)026(4 / 5), III 2026, IV 21 (0) 26 (5); metatarsus I–II 0 0 0 4, III 2024 [+ 1 distal, median spine], IV 3036 [+ 1 distal, median spine]. Eye diameters: AME 0.12–0.14, ALE 0.21–0.25, PME 0.15–0.17, PLE 0.23–0.26; eye interdistances: AME–AME 0.13–0.17, AME–ALE 0.03–0.06, PME–PME 0.21–0.24, PME–PLE 0.23–0.28, AME–PME 0.26–0.28, ALE–PLE 0.20–0.27; clypeus AME 0.18–0.22, clypeus ALE 0.15–0.17. Left cheliceral furrow with 4 instead of the usual 3 anterior teeth, both posterior furrows with 4 teeth (Figs 19, 21). Generally light coloured to pale spiders. Colour pattern as in Figs 29–30.

Distribution

Distribution. South India (Kerala State: Cardamon Hills).

Taxon Treatment

  • Jäger, Peter; 2006: Martensopoda gen. nov. from southern Indian mountain ranges, the first genus of huntsman spiders with a cymbial spur (Araneae: Sparassidae: Heteropodinae), Zootaxa 1325: 341-344. doi
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