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Scaphidysderina manu       Get publication



            Male (PBI_OON 10080). Total length 2.11. CEPHALOTHORAX: Carapace elevated portion of pars cephalica with low tubercles around midline, surrounded by U-shaped smooth area. Chilum fused to clypeus, seam present, triangular, extending distance about equal to clypeus height. Sternum surface crenulated. Mouthparts: Chelicerae anterior face of paturon with produced ledge, median and lateral edges of ledge forming tubercles. Endites anteromedian part with short ventral and longer dorsal projections, tip of dorsal projection directed toward ventral projection. ABDOMEN: Colulus tiny, with pair of setae. Spinnerets: ALS: bisegmented; PMS: unisegmented; PLS: bisegmented. LEGS: Leg spination (only surfaces bearing spines listed, all spines longer than segment width): femora: I p0-0-1; tibiae: I v4-4-0; II v2-4-0; metatarsi: I v2-2-1p; II v2-0-2. Tarsi I to IV superior claws tooth not examined in detail. Trichobothria not examined. GENITALIA: Palp embolus originating on strong lobe of cymbium, consisting of narrow basal stalk followed by bifid dorsal and ventral flanges.
Scaphidysderina manu, male bulb, ventral view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---10045)

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Scaphidysderina manu, male carapace, anterior view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---10045)

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Scaphidysderina manu, male carapace, dorsal view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---10045)

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Scaphidysderina manu, male palp, prolateral view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---10045)

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Scaphidysderina manu, male palp, retrolateral view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---10045)

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Scaphidysderina manu, male sternum, ventral view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---10045)

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Scaphidysderina manu, male embolus, ventral view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---10045)

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Scaphidysderina manu, male embolus, ventral view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---10080)

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Scaphidysderina manu, male endites, ventral view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---10080)

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Scaphidysderina manu, male chelicerae, anterior view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---10080)

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Scaphidysderina manu, male chelicerae, posterior view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---10080)

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Scaphidysderina manu, male embolus, retrolateral view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---10045)

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            Female (PBI_OON 38396). Total length 2.48. As in male except as noted. CEPHALOTHORAX: Carapace elevated portion of pars cephalica with low tubercles around midline, surrounded by U-shaped smooth area. Chilum fused to clypeus, seam present, triangular, extending distance about equal to clypeus height. Sternum surface crenulated. Mouthparts: Chelicerae anterior face of paturon with produced ledge, only median edge of ledge forming tubercle. Female palp spines absent. ABDOMEN: Colulus tiny, with pair of setae. Spinnerets: ALS: bisegmented; PMS: unisegmented; PLS: bisegmented. LEGS: Leg spination (only surfaces bearing spines listed, all spines longer than segment width): femora: I p0-0-2; tibiae: I, II v4-4-1p; metatarsi: I, II v2-2-1p. Tarsi I to IV superior claws tooth not examined in detail. Trichobothria not examined. GENITALIA: Shape: genitalic atrium ovoid, with anterior prong extending past anterior margin of atrium.
Scaphidysderina manu, female abdomen, lateral view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---36396)

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Scaphidysderina manu, female abdomen, ventral view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---36396)

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Scaphidysderina manu, female carapace, anterior view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---36396)

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Scaphidysderina manu, female epigynum, epigynal area, ventral view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---36396)

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Scaphidysderina manu, female internal female genitalia, dorsal view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---36396)

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Scaphidysderina manu, female internal female genitalia, ventral view (image by ND, specimen ID: ---36396)

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DISTRIBUTION

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Scaphidysderina manu 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 00010045  PERU  Cusco    Consuelo, Manu Road km 165  1 Adult Male      -13.22388; -72.01464  rotten palm  03 Oct 1982  L. Watrous, G. Mazurek  FMNH 
PBI_OON 00038402  PERU  Cusco    Consuelo, Manu Road km 165  1 Adult Male      -13.22388; -72.01464  Leaf Litter  01 Oct 1982  L. Watrous, G. Mazurek  FMNH 
PBI_OON 00038396  PERU  Cusco    Consuelo, Manu Road km 165  1 Adult Female      -13.22388; -72.01464  Leaf Litter  06 Oct 1982  L. Watrous, G. Mazurek  FMNH 
PBI_OON 00010080  PERU  Cusco    Consuelo, Manu Road km 165  1 Adult Male  Holotype    -13.22388; -72.01464  litter at rotten logs  01 Oct 1982  L. Watrous, G. Mazurek  FMNH 


 
 
 
 
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