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Pseudodysderina dracula       Get publication



            Male (PBI_OON 49903). Total length 1.66. CEPHALOTHORAX: Chilum fused to clypeus. Sternum anterior margin excavated around extended base of labium; three irregularly transverse ridges not connected along midline by longitudinal ridge; lateral and posterior margins with tuberculate setal bases. Mouthparts: Chelicerae paturon medially excavated, excavated portion bearing bifid, anteriorly directed process. Labium with dorsoventrally flat posterior extension; most lateral seta on each side enlarged. Endites each with two deep excavations, one medially along side of labium, one laterally along base of palpal trochanter. ABDOMEN: Book lung covers groove extending beyond posterior spiracles nearly to edge of postepigastric scutum; anterior spiracles also connected by groove. LEGS: Leg spination (only surfaces bearing spines listed, all spines longer than segment width): femora: I p0-0-2; r1-1-0; tibiae: I, II v4-4-0; metatarsi: I v2-1p-2; II v2-0-2. Tarsi I to IV superior claws tooth not examined in detail. Trichobothria not examined. GENITALIA: Palp embolus relatively short, straight; conductor greatly enlarged.
Pseudodysderina dracula, male sternum, ventral view (image by LE, specimen ID: ---49903)

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Pseudodysderina dracula, male palp, prolateral view (image by LE, specimen ID: ---49903)

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Pseudodysderina dracula, male palp, retrolateral view (image by LE, specimen ID: ---49903)

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Pseudodysderina dracula, male palp, ventral view (image by LE, specimen ID: ---49903)

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Pseudodysderina dracula, male endites, ventral view (image by LE, specimen ID: ---49903)

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Pseudodysderina dracula, male chelicerae, lateral view (image by LE, specimen ID: ---49903)

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Pseudodysderina dracula, male embolus, prolateral view (image by LE, specimen ID: ---49903)

Psudddracumsembp49903LE.tif

Pseudodysderina dracula, male embolus, retrolateral view (image by LE, specimen ID: ---49903)

Psudddracumsembr49903LE.tif

Pseudodysderina dracula, male embolus, ventral view (image by LE, specimen ID: ---49903)

Psudddracumsembv49903LE.tif

Pseudodysderina dracula, male endites, modified setae, ventral view (image by LE, specimen ID: ---49903)

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Pseudodysderina dracula, male endites, ventral view (image by LE, specimen ID: ---49903)

Psudddracumsendv49903LE.tif

Pseudodysderina dracula, male chelicerae, posterior view (image by LE, specimen ID: ---49903)

Psudddracumschet49903LE.tif

 

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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 00049903  COLOMBIA  Risaralda    Santa Cecilia  1 Adult Male  Holotype  600  5.30000; -76.21667    01 Oct 1991  unknown  ICN 


 
 
 
 
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