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Prethopalpus eberhardi       Get publication



            Male (PBI_OON 18855). Total length 1.07. CEPHALOTHORAX: Eyes eyes absent. LEGS: Leg spines . Tarsi I to IV superior claws tooth not examined in detail. Trichobothria not examined.
Prethopalpus eberhardi, male sternum, ventral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18855)

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Prethopalpus eberhardi, male habitus, ventral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18855)

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Prethopalpus eberhardi, male palp, dorsal view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18855)

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Prethopalpus eberhardi, male palp, prolateral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18855)

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Prethopalpus eberhardi, male palp, retrolateral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18855)

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Prethopalpus eberhardi, male carapace, anterior view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18855)

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Prethopalpus eberhardi, male habitus, lateral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18855)

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Prethopalpus eberhardi, male habitus, dorsal view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18855)

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            Female (PBI_OON 18854). Total length 1.22. As in male except as noted. CEPHALOTHORAX: Eyes eyes absent. Female palp spines absent. LEGS: Leg spines . Tarsi I to IV superior claws tooth not examined in detail. Trichobothria not examined. GENITALIA: Dorsal view: epigastric area with broad slit-like epigynal opening, internal genital structure with free, inverted tear-drop-shaped anterior sclerite, and a long sinuous copulatory duct, posterior part not reaching groove of posterior spiracles..
Prethopalpus eberhardi, female habitus, dorsal view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18854)

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Prethopalpus eberhardi, female habitus, lateral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18854)

pretheberhfphabl18854BB.tif

Prethopalpus eberhardi, female carapace, anterior view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18854)

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Prethopalpus eberhardi, female abdomen, ventral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18854)

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Prethopalpus eberhardi, female carapace, dorsal view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18854)

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Prethopalpus eberhardi, female carapace, lateral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18854)

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Prethopalpus eberhardi, female epigynum, epigynal area, ventral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18854)

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Prethopalpus eberhardi, female habitus, ventral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18854)

pretheberhfphabv18854BB.tif

Prethopalpus eberhardi, female sternum, ventral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---18854)

pretheberhfpstev18854BB.tif

 

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Prethopalpus eberhardi 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 00018855  AUSTRALIA  Western Australia    Yarrie area  1 Adult Male  Holotype    -20.65166; 120.30638  litter  26 Apr 2008  S. Eberhard Cons.  WAMP 
PBI_OON 00018854  AUSTRALIA  Western Australia    Yarrie area  1 Adult Female  Paratype    -20.65166; 120.30638  open forest, litter  26 Apr 2008  S. Eberhard Cons.  WAMP 


 
 
 
 
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