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Melchisedec thevenot       Get publication



            Male (PBI_OON_9208). Total length 1.17. CEPHALOTHORAX: Carapace yellow, without any pattern, pars cephalica strongly elevated in lateral view, anteriorly narrowed to between 0.5 and 0.75 times its maximum width, with rounded posterolateral corners, posterolateral edge without pits, posterior margin not bulging below posterior rim, anterolateral corners without extension or projections, posterolateral surface without spikes, surface of elevated portion of pars cephalica smooth, thorax without depressions, carapace longer than wide, anteriorly narrowed to approximately 0.5 times its maximum width. Pars cephalica elevated, reaching its highest point at the level of coxal insertion I, thereafter slowly declining. Each lateral surface completely covered by microsculpture except for two small, smooth regions located immediately dorsal of the lateral margin; these regions are slightly elevated above the surrounding cuticle. Microsculpture consisting of dark, widely spaced ridges; ridges varying from short and straight to long, meandering and repeatedly branching, without radiating rows of pits; lateral margin straight, rebordered; non-marginal pars cephalica setae on dorsal surface of carapace a U-shaped row of approximately 16 setae and a central row of about four setae. Clypeus curved downwards in front view, high, ALE separated from edge of carapace by their radius or more, median projection absent, clypeus high, ALE separated from edge of carapace by more than their length; setae present, eight needle-shaped setae on clypeus: four antero-medially projecting setae near margin; two upward-projecting setae situated centrally on clypeus; two medially-projecting setae situated anterior of ALE. Eyes six, well developed, aLE wider than long, PME longer than wide, PLE longer than wide. ALE separated by less than their diameter. Just outside each ALE a medially projecting seta, no setae between ALE, between each PME and PLE a medially projecting seta, all eyes oval; posterior eye row recurved from above; ALE-PLE separated by less than ALE radius, PME touching, PLE-PME separated by less than PME radius. Sternum as long as wide, yellow, uniform, fused to carapace, median concavity absent, with radial furrows between coxae I-II, II-III, III-IV, without pits, microsculpture longitudinal band, sickle-shaped structures absent, posterior margin not extending posteriorly of coxae IV, anterior corner unmodified, without posterior hump, a median band of reticulated microsculpture extends along length of sternum. Furrows covered with reticulated microsculpture. Posteriormost setae arranged in two longitudinal rows of two-three setae each. Coxal insertions I, II and III each with two clusters of small openings; coxal insertion IV without clusters. A curved, dark-red ridge between each coxal insertion IV and the pedicel. Sternum with a single pouch situated behind labium; setae abundant, without hair tufts. Mouthparts: Chelicerae anterior face unmodified, anterior face of paturon light grey; setae anterior face of paturon bearing relatively few setae. Labium same as sternum in sclerotization. Endites anteromedian tip unmodified, posteromedian part unmodified, same as sternum in sclerotization, endites converging but tips not touching. ABDOMEN: ovoid, without long posterior extension, inter-scutal membrane rows of small sclerotized platelets absent posteriorly. Book lung covers elliptical, without setae, anterolateral edge unmodified, book lung covers medium-sized, darker than surrounding scutum. Anterior spiracles not discernible with a stereo microscope. Each posterior spiracle with a fine furrow that runs toward lateral margin of PES. Posterior spiracles connected by groove. Pedicel tube short, unmodified, scuto-pedicel region unmodified, scutum not extending far dorsal of pedicel, matted setae on anterior ventral abdomen in pedicel area absent, pEDICEL SCLERITES description: Ventral sclerite U-shaped, covering ventral and lateral sides of pedicel; ventral surface forming a crest-like elevation; crest bearing a row of transverse ridges. Dorsal scutum strongly sclerotized, without color pattern, covering full length of abdomen, no soft tissue visible from above, not fused to epigastric scutum, anterior half without projecting denticles, dS light grey. Relatively few setae on DS, needle-shaped. Epigastric scutum strongly sclerotized, surrounding pedicel, small lateral sclerites absent. Postepigastric scutum strongly sclerotized, fused to epigastric scutum, with short posteriorly directed lateral apodemes, eS and PES pale yellow, fused into single ventral scutum that covers full length of abdomen. Lateral apodemes rather short; a faint brown band connecting anterior ends of apodemes. Sperm pore situated anterior of brown band. Spinneret scutum present, incomplete ring. Spinneret scutum with fringe of needle-like setae. Abdomen setae spinneret scutum with fringe of about 13 needle-like setae. LEGS: femur IV not thickened, same size as femora I-III, patella plus tibia I shorter than carapace, tibia I unmodified, coxae coxae white, other segments yellow. Left leg II examined with SEM; morphology as in female. Leg spines absent. Tarsi I to IV superior claws tooth not examined in detail. Trichobothria examined with Stereo microscope; tibia: each with three; metatarsus: each with one; each leg with four dorsal trichobothria: one on proximal tibia, two on distal tibia, one on distal metatarsus. GENITALIA: Epigastric region with sperm pore small, circular. Palp not strongly sclerotized, right and left palps symmetrical, proximal segments yellow; embolus dark, bulb distally giving rise to long embolus-conductor complex (ECC). ECC longer than bulb, inward-curved, consisting of two elements, a dorsal embolus and a ventral conductor. Dorsal surface of embolus densely grooved. Embolus distally splitting into two embolar flanges; one flange is distally broadened, the other is somewhat ribbon-shaped. Ventral surface of broadened flange showing fold. Conductor distally splitting into a dorsal and ventral branch; dorsal branch flat and relatively broad; ventral branch slender, somewhat thread-like, not visible from dorsal point of view. Both branches have a crenulate retrolateral edge. Tip of ECC held in sternal pouch; trochanter unmodified; femur two or more times as long as trochanter, attaching to patella basally, femur more than two times as long as trochanter; patella shorter than femur, not enlarged, without prolateral row of ridges, setae unmodified; tibia tibia approximately as long as patella. Structure of trichobothria as on legs, trichobothria with 3 trichobothria; cymbium white, fused with bulb but with clearly defined seam between, without distal patch of setae, cymbium approximately as long as bulb, tarsal organ tarsal organ situated on distal third of cymbium, structure as on legs; bulb white, distal part bulbal apex not conical.
Melchisedec thevenot, male habitus, lateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male habitus, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male carapace, lateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male sternum, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male abdomen, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male ventral abdominal sclerite, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male abdomen, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male coxa II, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male trochanter II, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male tarsal organ, leg II, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male palp, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male palp, retrolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male palp, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male palpal patella, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male palp, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male embolus, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male embolus, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male embolus, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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Melchisedec thevenot, male embolus, anterior view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09208)

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            Female (PBI_OON_9209). Total length 1.30. As in male except as noted. CEPHALOTHORAX: Carapace carapace longer than wide, anteriorly narrowed to approximately 0.5 times its maximum width. Pars cephalica elevated, reaching its highest point at the level of coxal insertion I, thereafter slowly declining. Each lateral surface completely covered by microsculpture except for two small, smooth regions located immediately dorsal of the lateral margin; these regions are slightly elevated above the surrounding cuticle. Microsculpture consisting of dark, widely spaced ridges; ridges varying from short and straight to long, meandering and repeatedly branching; non-marginal pars cephalica setae on dorsal surface of carapace a U-shaped row of approximately 16 setae and a central row of about four setae. Clypeus clypeus rebordered, high, ALE separated from edge of carapace by more than their length; setae eight needle-shaped setae on clypeus: four antero-medially projecting setae near margin; two upward-projecting setae situated centrally on clypeus; two medially-projecting setae situated anterior of ALE. Eyes aLE wider than long, PME longer than wide, PLE longer than wide. ALE separated by less than their diameter. Just outside each ALE a medially projecting seta, no setae between ALE, between each PME and PLE a medially projecting seta. Sternum pale orange, a median band of reticulated microsculpture extends along length of sternum. Furrows covered with reticulated microsculpture. Posteriormost setae arranged in two longitudinal rows of two-three setae each. Coxal insertions I, II and III each with two clusters of small openings; coxal insertion IV without clusters. A curved, dark-red ridge between each coxal insertion IV and the pedicel. Infracoxal grooves without pores; a slit sensillum on posterior part of each groove. Mouthparts: Chelicerae anterior face of paturon pale yellow. Anterior edge of fang smooth, posterior edge serrated near base; without teeth on both promargin and retromargin; fangs shape normal, without prominent basal process, tip unmodified; setae a short, apically pointed seta arising from inner surface of each chelicera. Promargin flanked by double row of setae (inner and outer row); each row with about six setae; most setae of inner row bent and with small, triangular teeth on shaft. Between double row and fang base a plumose hair. Anterior face of paturon with sparse setae. Posterior surface of paturon with two medially directed setae and three shorter spines. Fang base flanked posteriorly by two hairs, innermost one plumose. Endites serrula present in single row, endites converging but tips not touching. Female palp claws absent; spines absent; tarsus unmodified, patella without prolateral row of ridges, tibia longer than patella, on dorsal surface three trichobothria, prolateral surface presenting two pairs of robust setae. Tarsus longer than tibia; trichobothria structure as on legs. ABDOMEN: dorsum soft portions white, without color pattern. Book lung covers book lung covers medium-sized, darker than surrounding scutum. Anterior spiracles not discernible with a stereo microscope. Each posterior spiracle with a fine furrow that runs toward lateral margin of PES. Pedicel outer surface of pedicel tube rugose and bearing setae, at least some setae have swollen bases; inner surface of tube closely ridged. PEDICEL SCLERITES description: Pedicel with one dorsal and one ventral sclerite. Dorsal sclerite flat, posteriorly drawn out into a point, not fused to prosoma. Ventral sclerite U-shaped, covering ventral and lateral sides of pedicel; anteriorly fused to prosoma; ventral surface forming a crest-like elevation; crest bearing a row of transverse ridges. Dorsal scutum covering more than 3/4 of abdomen, dS grey. Relatively few setae on DS, needle-shaped. Surface of DS smooth except for sides of anterior half which are finely reticulate in many individuals. Epigastric scutum eS pale orange. Two groups of small, rounded tubercles above pedicel tube. Posterior margin of ES procurved at middle. Postepigastric scutum pale orange, not fused to epigastric scutum, pES considerably shorter than ES, leaving approximately 1/4 of abdomen length uncovered. A slit sensillum anterior to each posterior spiracle. Spinneret scutum anal scutum present, lightly sclerotized. Dense patch of setae anterior to spinnerets absent. Interscutal membrane with setae. Abdomen setae spinneret scutum with fringe of about 13 needle-like setae. Colulus present, colulus weakly sclerotized, bearing two setae. Spinnerets: ALS: anterior lateral spinnerets with one spigot; PMS: posterior median spinnerets with one spigot; PLS: posterior lateral spinnerets with two spigots. LEGS: coxae coxae white, other segments yellow. On the anterior and posterior surface of each coxa a group of two-three smooth setae; smooth setae variable in length, consisting of smooth shaft and asymmetrical socket, projecting into the narrow space between adjacent legs, metatarsi metatarsi I-II with sceptre-like setae on both sides of lyriform organ; sceptre-like setae very short, with truncated apex, smooth except for distal ring of fine cuticular extensions; sceptre-like setae occurring either as a single, isolated seta or as a closely spaced pair. Metatarsi III-IV usually without sceptre-like setae, tarsi tarsi and metatarsi with shorter, densely barbed setae interspersed between the needle-like setae; these setae curved in lateral view, their sockets rounder than those of needle-like setae. Distalmost, toward onychium sloping part of tarsus provided with proprioreceptor hair. Onychium bearing many setae, some spatulated. Superior claws hirsute and biseriate; lateral row consisting of four-five large teeth; median row situated close to claw tip, consisting of up to ten small teeth, distalmost teeth often fused. Leg spines absent. Tarsi I to IV superior claws tooth examined in detail. Tarsi I to IV without inferior claw. Trichobothria examined with SEM; each leg with four dorsal trichobothria: one on proximal tibia, two on distal tibia, one on distal metatarsus. No variation in bothrium structure among legs or among positions on a given leg. Tarsal organ tarsal organ pear-shaped, receptor lobes exposed, inner surface of walls covered by ridges; no variation in structure among legs. GENITALIA: Ventral view: epigastric furrow situated in middle of abdomen. No external copulatory structures; internally a large receptaculum, two uterine sclerites and broad lateral apodemes. The receptaculum is about twice as long as wide and extends far anteriorly from the genital opening. Its dorsal surface appears divided in three parts. The large anterior part has a strongly folded surface. The middle and posterior parts are smaller and have respectively a smooth and slightly wrinkled surface. The receptaculum is flanked by two wing-like lateral apodemes. These apodemes extend medially and fuse with the ventral surface of the receptaculum, forming an inverted U-shaped ridge; this ridge has a rope-like appearance. Below the ridge a globular appendix (GAp) arises from the receptaculum. Immediately above the rope-like ridge there is a layer of closely-packed papillae. The papillae are almost perfectly round, with a diameter of approximately five micrometers, and are separated from each other by narrow cuticular ridges. Embedded within the posterior wall of the uterus externus (UE) lies a plate-like sclerite (posterior uterine sclerite, PS). The PS is closely associated with the receptaculum and the GAp. In the anterior wall of the UE lies a T-shaped sclerite (anterior uterine sclerite). It consists of two main elements, a stalk and a transverse apodeme. The transverse apodeme bears a robust process that presses into the PS..
Melchisedec thevenot, female carapace, anterior view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female carapace, anterior view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female carapace, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female carapace, lateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female carapace, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female sternum, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female abdomen, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female abdomen, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female ventral abdominal sclerite, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female eye group, anterior view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female sternum, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female labium, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female labrum, anterior view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female chelicerae, anterior view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female chelicerae, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female fang, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female endites, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female serrula, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female palpal tibia, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female palpal tibia, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female palpal tarsus, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female dorsal abdominal sclerites, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female epigastric sclerite, anterior view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female ventral abdominal sclerite, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female epigynum, epigynal area, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female colulus, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female ALS, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female PMS, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female PLS, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female leg III, lateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female patella I, lateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female tarsus IV, lateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female claws, leg III, lateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female trichobothrium, metatarsus II, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female trichobothrium, palpal tibia, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female tarsal organ, leg I, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female tarsal organ, leg III, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female pedicel, prolateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female pedicel, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female pedicel, lateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female internal female genitalia, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female internal female genitalia, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female internal female genitalia, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female Receptaculum, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female internal female genitalia, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09212)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female habitus, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09859)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female carapace, dorsal view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09859)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female habitus, lateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09859)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female carapace, lateral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09859)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female carapace, anterior view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09859)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female carapace, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09859)

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Melchisedec thevenot, female abdomen, ventral view (image by WF, specimen ID: ---09859)

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DISTRIBUTION

CAMEROON ; COTE D'IVOIRE (IVORY COAST); ETHIOPIA; GUINEA-BISSAU; NIGERIA
Melchisedec thevenot coordinates
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MATERIAL EXAMINED
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PBI USI Country State Division Locality Sex Type Status Elevation(m) GPS Coordinate Habitat Collection_Date Collector Inst. Code
PBI_OON 00009210  CAMEROON      Faro Game Reserve  1 Adult Female  Paratype    8.40000; 12.81666  Gallery forest  25 Apr 2007  R. Jocqué, K. Loosveldt, L. Baert and M. Alderweireldt  MRAC 
PBI_OON 00009208  CAMEROON      Atlantic Mountains  1 Adult Male  Paratype    8.51666; 12.60000  litter among rocks  24 Apr 2007  R. Jocqué, K. Loosveldt, L. Baert and M. Alderweireldt  MRAC 
PBI_OON 00009212  CAMEROON      Faro Game Reserve  1 Adult Female      8.40750; 12.81250  Gallery forest  24 Apr 2007  R. Jocqué, K. Loosveldt, L. Baert and M. Alderweireldt  MRAC 
PBI_OON 00009209  CAMEROON      Faro Game Reserve  1 Adult Female  Holotype    8.38583; 12.83333  wooded savannah  27 Apr 2007  R. Jocqué, K. Loosveldt, L. Baert and M. Alderweireldt  MRAC 
PBI_OON 00009211  CAMEROON      Faro Game Reserve  1 Adult Female      8.40583; 12.80555  Gallery forest  22 Apr 2007  R. Jocqué, K. Loosveldt, L. Baert and M. Alderweireldt  MRAC 
PBI_OON 00009207  COTE D'IVOIRE (IVORY COAST)      Odienné, Saméso, Kourou Kélé  1 Adult Female      9.75000; -7.75000  Gallery forest  03 Mar 1980  Everts J.  MRAC 
PBI_OON 00033822  ETHIOPIA      Melka Werer, IAR station  8 Adult Female    750  9.55000; 40.40000  litter of Acacia nilotica forest  17 Feb 1986  A. Russell-Smith  MRAC 
PBI_OON 00033823  ETHIOPIA      Awash N.P., compound of RAS Hotel  1 Adult Female    1000  9.08333; 40.00000  under stone  24 Apr 1986  A. Russell-Smith  MRAC 
PBI_OON 00009860  GUINEA-BISSAU      Buba  1 Adult Female      11.50000; -15.08333  under stone  09 Jun 1989  A. Van Harten  MRAC 
PBI_OON 00009859  GUINEA-BISSAU      Buba  1 Adult Female      11.50000; -15.08333  under stone  09 Jun 1989  A. Van Harten  MRAC 
PBI_OON 00033824  NIGERIA  unknown    Wudil  1 Adult Female      11.81055; 8.84500  litter  12 Nov 1976  APB Deeleman  RMNH 


 
 
 
 
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