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Camptoscaphiella martensi       Get publication



            Female (PBI_OON 15724). Total length 2.00. CEPHALOTHORAX: Carapace yellow-brown, without any pattern, broadly oval in dorsal view, pars cephalica strongly elevated in lateral view, anteriorly narrowed to 0.49 times its maximum width or less, with rounded posterolateral corners, posterolateral edge without pits, posterior margin not bulging below posterior rim, posterolateral surface without spikes, surface of elevated portion of pars cephalica finely reticulate, sides finely reticulate, thorax without depressions, fovea absent, without radiating rows of pits; lateral margin undulate, rebordered, without denticles; plumose setae near posterior margin of pars thoracica absent; non-marginal pars cephalica setae light, needle-like, present, scattered; non-marginal pars thoracica setae absent; marginal setae absent. Clypeus margin unmodified, straight in front view, sloping forward in lateral view, high, ALE separated from edge of carapace by their radius or more, median projection absent; setae present, light, needle-like. Chilum absent. Eyes six, well developed, aLE:0.83; PME:0.71; PLE:0.73, ALE circular, PME squared, PLE oval; posterior eye row procurved from both above and front; ALE separated by less than their radius, ALE-PLE touching, PME touching for less than half their length, PLE-PME touching. Sternum as long as wide, yellow, uniform, not fused to carapace, median concavity absent, with radial furrows between coxae I-II, II-III, III-IV, furrow smooth, radial furrow opposite coxae III absent, surface smooth, without pits, microsculpture absent, sickle-shaped structures absent, anterior margin unmodified, posterior margin not extending posteriorly of coxae IV, lateral margin without infra-coxal grooves, distance between coxae approximately equal, extensions of pre-coxal triangles present, lateral margins with narrow extensions between coxae, without posterior hump; setae sparse, light, needle-like, evenly scattered, originating from small pits. Mouthparts: Chelicerae, endites and labium yellow. Chelicerae straight, anterior face unmodified; without teeth on both promargin and retromargin; fangs directed medially, shape normal, without prominent basal process, tip unmodified; setae dark, needle-like, densest medially; paturon distal region unmodified, posterior surface unmodified, promargin unmodified, inner margin unmodified, laminate groove absent. Labium triangular, not fused to sternum, anterior margin indented at middle; with 3-5 setae on anterior margin, subdistal portion with unmodified setae. Endites distally not excavated, serrula present in single row, anteromedian tip unmodified, posteromedian part unmodified. Female palp claws absent; spines absent; tarsus unmodified, patella without prolateral row of ridges. ABDOMEN: ovoid, without long posterior extension, rounded posteriorly, inter-scutal membrane rows of small sclerotized platelets absent posteriorly; dorsum soft portions white, without color pattern. Book lung covers large, ovoid, without setae, anterolateral edge unmodified. Posterior spiracles connected by groove. Pedicel tube short, unmodified, scuto-pedicel region unmodified, scutum extending far dorsal of pedicel, plumose hairs absent, matted setae on anterior ventral abdomen in pedicel area absent, cuticular outgrowths near pedicel absent. Dorsal scutum weakly sclerotized, yellow-brown, without color pattern, covering 1/2 to 3/4 of abdomen, between 1/4 and 1/2 abdomen width, not fused to epigastric scutum, middle surface smooth, sides smooth, anterior half without projecting denticles. Epigastric scutum weakly sclerotized, surrounding pedicel, not protruding, small lateral sclerites present, without lateral joints. Postepigastric scutum weakly sclerotized, yellow-brown, widely hexagonal, only around epigastric furrow, not fused to epigastric scutum, anterior margin unmodified, with short posteriorly directed lateral apodemes, postepigastric scutum with lateral joints fitting under epigastric scutum, apodemes only seen from inside.. Spinneret scutum absent. Dorsum setae present, dark, needle-like. Epigastric area setae uniform, dark, needle-like. Postepigastric area setae present, dark, needle-like. Spinneret scutum without fringe of setae. Dense patch of setae anterior to spinnerets absent. Interscutal membrane with setae. Colulus represented only by setae. LEGS: white, without color pattern; femur IV not thickened, same size as femora I-III, patella plus tibia I longer than carapace, tibia I unmodified, tibia IV specialized hairs on ventral apex absent, tibia IV ventral scopula absent, metatarsi I and II meso-apical comb absent, metatarsi III and IV weak ventral scopula absent. Leg spination (only surfaces bearing spines listed, all spines longer than segment width): femora: I p0-1-1; (leg I: tibia with 4 pairs and metatarsus with 2 pairs of long ventral setae., leg II: tibia with 4 pairs and metatarsus with 2 pairs of long ventral setae.. ). Tarsi I to IV superior claws tooth not examined in detail. Tarsi I to IV without inferior claw. Trichobothria not examined. GENITALIA: Ventral view: epigastric area with spoon-shaped median plate and triangular anterior sclerite.. Dorsal view: copulatory duct long and narrow with spatulate tip reaching beyond posterior groove, apodemes thin, long, reaching posterior groove..
Camptoscaphiella martensi, female carapace, anterior view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---15724)

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Camptoscaphiella martensi, female epigynum, epigynal area, ventral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---15724)

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Camptoscaphiella martensi, female carapace, dorsal view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---15724)

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Camptoscaphiella martensi, female abdomen, anterior view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---15724)

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Camptoscaphiella martensi, female epigynum, epigynal area, ventral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---15724)

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Camptoscaphiella martensi, female habitus, dorsal view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---15724)

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Camptoscaphiella martensi, female abdomen, ventral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---15724)

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Camptoscaphiella martensi, female habitus, lateral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---15724)

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Camptoscaphiella martensi, female habitus, ventral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---15724)

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Camptoscaphiella martensi, female leg I, prolateral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---15724)

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Camptoscaphiella martensi, female leg II, prolateral view (image by BB, specimen ID: ---15724)

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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 00015724  NEPAL      Mustang Dist. Thaksang  2 Adult Female  Holotype  3150  ;     26 Apr 1980  Martens, Ausobsky  NHMB 


 
 
 
 
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