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Nannodromus Fernandez & Coineau & Theron & Tiedt, 2014 gen. n. – Wikispecies link – ZooBank link – Pensoft Profile
The generic prefix “nanno” derives from “nannos” (Greek = dwarf English = nain French) on account of the small size of this species.
Adult. Male. Small animal of around 600 µm; male with two clearly discernible dorsal sclerites (D and P). Transversal furrow separating sclerites, situated at level of leg pair IV. D with naso globular shape and reticulate surface; trichobothrium simple. Dorsal paired processes. In dorsal view: digitiform; in lateral view: sabot-like (= like a wooden shoe or clog), apical zone rounded, arching upwards; in frontal view: cylindric with a blunt hornlike structure, directed paraxially, apical part curving upwards. Small setae pa situated antiaxially of dorsal paired processes, provided with very small asperities. Towards anterior, behind dorsal digitiform paired processes, in saggital position, conspicuous U-shaped depression. Anterior and posterior eye, po, a1, a2, b1 and b2 setae; six depressed areas, one unpaired situated in U shaped depression and five others, paired, in depressed area; lyrifissures ly, ia.
Sclerite P complete, with three pairs of depressed areas; setae c1, c2, d1, d2, e1, e2, e3; lyrifissure im and ip. Chelicera exhibiting neotrichy (16–20 setae).
Nannodromus reveilleti gen. n., sp. n.