Camillina bonaldoi

Xavier, Cláudia, Ott, Ricardo & Saturnino, Regiane, 2020, Three new species of Camillina Berland, 1919 (Araneae: Gnaphosidae) from Brazil, Zootaxa 4802 (3), pp. 502-518: 514-517

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4802.3.6

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scientific name

Camillina bonaldoi
status

sp. nov.

Camillina bonaldoi  sp. nov.

Figs 15–21View FIGURES 15–21; 50–63View FIGURES 50–57View FIGURES 58–63; 68–72View FIGURES 64–71View FIGURE 72.

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Type material. Holotype 1♂ ( MPEG 31040View Materials) from Parque Nacional de Sete Cidades , 04°05’57.5”S 41°43’07”W, Piracuruca, Piauí, Brazil, 26.I.2007, L.S. Carvalho, M. T. L. Avelino & M.P. Albuquerque leg.GoogleMaps  Paratypes: same locality as the holotype, 1♀ ( MPEG 31041View Materials), 26.I.2007; 1♂ ( IBSP 250388View Materials), 06.XII.2006, pitfall traps; 04°05’56.3”S 41°05’56.3”W, 1♀ ( IBSP 250387View Materials), 13.XII.2006, winkler extractors; 04°05’57.5”S 41°43’0.7”W, 1♀ ( MNRJ 7686View Materials), 15.XII.2006, winkler extractors; all previous specimens were collected by L.S. Carvalho, D.F. Candiani & N.F. Lo- Man-Hung; 1♂ ( MNRJ 7685View Materials), 24.VI.2007, winkler extractors; 1♀ ( MPEG 31047View Materials), 24.I.2007, winkler extractors; 1♀ and 1♂ ( CHNUFPI 3397), 24.I.2007, pitfall traps; 04°05’57.5”S 41°43’0.7”W, 1♂ ( MPEG 31052View Materials), 26.I.2007, pitfall traps; 04°05’39.9’’S 41°43’53.3’’W, 1♂ ( MPEG 31053View Materials), 26.I.2007, pitfall traps; 04°05’57.5”S 41°43’0.7”W, 1♂ ( MPEG 31055View Materials), 26.I.2007, pitfall traps; all previous specimens were collected by L.S. Carvalho, M. T. L.Avelino & M.P. Albuquerque; José de Freitas , Fazenda Nazareth, 04°47’58.1’’S 42°37’48.8’’W, 1♂ ( MPEG 31060View Materials), no dateGoogleMaps  .

Etymology. The specific epithet is a patronymic in honor to the arachnologist Alexandre B. Bonaldo, in recognition of the importance of his contributions to spider systematics in South America.

Diagnosis. Males of Camillina bonaldoi  are similar to C. chilensis (Simon, 1902)  , C. kochalkai Platnick & Murphy, 1987  , C. madrejon Platnick & Murphy, 1987  , C. cui Platnick & Murphy, 1987 and C. cordoba Platnick & Murphy, 1987  , due to the long, filiform and coiled embolus, but differ by the helical shape of the embolus ( Figs 17–19View FIGURES 15–21; 58–61View FIGURES 58–63). Females resemble those of C. caldas Platnick & Shadab, 1982  by the copulatory ducts forming a curve over the primary spermathecae but differ due to median notch on the posterior median field margin ( Figs. 20–21View FIGURES 15–21, 62–63View FIGURES 58–63). In C. caldas  the border of the median field is slightly curved in the ventral view (see Platnick & Shadab, 1982: fig. 65).

Description. Male (Holotype). Carapace pale brown with some darker stripes which are convergent and not continuous in the direction of the thoracic groove ( Fig. 15View FIGURES 15–21); thoracic groove brown ( Fig. 15View FIGURES 15–21); chelicerae pale brown ( Fig. 15View FIGURES 15–21) with brown fangs. Endites pale brown with apex pale yellow. Labium brown. Sternum pale brown with dark brown margins. Trochanters, coxae and femora pale brown; patellae, tibiae, metatarsi and tarsi mostly brown, with orange parts. Abdomen dark gray with two greyish spots, scutum brown, ventral part of abdomen mostly whitish, region above to the epigastric groove pale brown. Epigastric area pale brown. Two circular white spots close to the spinnerets. Carapace suboval, cephalic region narrower, and posterior region truncate ( Fig. 15View FIGURES 15–21). Sternum longer than wide. Labium longer than wide. Abdomen elliptical, longer than wide, with subtriangular scutum covering the anterior portion. Preening comb on metatarsi III and IV. Total length, not including spinnerets, 3.80. Carapace 1.57 long, 1.17 wide, 0.42 high. Abdomen 1.76 long, 1.11 wide, 1.11 high, micro granulated and bristly, with bristles larger on the anterior margin. Clypeus low, 0.05. Eye sizes: AME 0.10, ALE 0.08, PME 0.11, PLE 0.08, MOQ 0.25 length, 0.16 anterior width, 0.20 posterior width. Eye interdistances: AME–AME 0.02, AME–ALE 0.01, PME– PME 0.01, PME–PLE 0.01, AME–PME 0.04, ALE–PLE 0.04. Chelicerae 0.40 long, 0.19 wide, with three teeth on the promarginal furrow and three on the retromarginal furrow ( Fig. 52View FIGURES 50–57). Leg measurements: I 4.00 (1.17, 0.60, 0.95, 0.72, 0.57); II 3.43 (0.93, 0.55, 0.79, 0.65, 0.50); III 3.10 (0.84, 0.48, 0.73, 0.63, 0.42); IV 4.64 (1.19, 0.72, 1.05, 1.14, 0.53). Leg formula IV-I-II-III. Leg spination: Leg I – femur d 1-1-0, p 0-0-1, r 0, v 0; tibia d 0, p 0, r 0, v 0; metatarsus d 0, p 0, r 0, v 0. II – femur d 1-1-0, p 0, r 0, v 0; tibia d 0, p 0, r 0, v 0; metatarsus d 0, p 0, r 0, v 2-0-0. III – femur d 1-1-0, p d1-d1-0, r d1-d1-0; tibia d0, p 2-1, r 1-1, v 1-2-2; metatarsus d 0, p 1-2-2, r 1-1-2, v 2-0-0. IV – femur d 1-1-0, p 0-0-1, r 0-0-1; tibia d 0, p 1-1, r 1-1, v 2-2-2; metatarsus d 0, p 1-2-2, r 1-2-1, v 0-2-2. Palp: Tibia as long as wide, a little smaller on the proximal margin, with a small extension on the apical prolateral margin; RTA almost the same size of tibia, pointed apically, flattened in the subquadrangular apex; spermophore extended on the tegulum basis with a prolateral C-shaped curve almost reaching the middle of tegulum.

Female (Paratype Piracuruca municipality, Piauí, Brazil; MPEG 31041). Coloration as in male, except when noted. Patellae, tibiae, metatarsi and tarsi I mostly dark brown, with orange parts; patellae, tibiae, metatarsi and tarsi II, III, and IV mostly brown, with orange parts. Shape of sternum, labium ( Fig. 53View FIGURES 50–57) and abdomen as in male, except for the absence of scutum in the abdomen. Preening comb on metatarsi III and IV ( Fig. 55View FIGURES 50–57). Epigastric area pale brown. Abdomen white close to the spinnerets. Total length, not including spinnerets, 3.95. Carapace 1.52 long, 1.16 wide, 0.33 high, micro granulated and bristly, bristles larger on the clypeus. Abdomen 2.01 long, 1.22 wide, 1.18 high, micro granulated and bristly, with bristles larger on the anterior margin. Clypeus low 0.04. Eye sizes: AME 0.07, ALE 0.07, PME 0.09, PLE 0.07, MOQ 0.24 length, 0.16 anterior width, 0.18 posterior width. Eye interdistances: AME–AME 0.05, AME–ALE 0.01, PME–PME 0.01, PME–PLE 0.03, AME–PME 0.08, ALE–PLE 0.03. Chelicerae 0.56 long, 0.24 wide, with four teeth on the promarginal furrow and three on the retromarginal furrow. Leg measurements: I 3.93 (1.18, 0.68, 0.84, 0.71, 0.53); II 3.32 (1.00, 0.58, 0.70, 0.57, 0.47); III 2.80 (0.81, 0.43, 0.58, 0.55, 0.44); IV 4.32 (1.23, 0.49, 1.11, 0.93, 0.57). Leg formula IV-I-II-III. Leg spination: Leg I—femur 1-1-0, p 0-0-1, r 0, v 0; tibia d 0, p 0, r 0, v 0; metatarsus d 0, p 0, r 0, v 0. II—femur d 1-1-0, p 0, r 0, v 0; tibia d 0, p 0, r 0, v 0; metatarsus d 0, p 0, r 0, v 2-0-0. III—femur d 1-1-0, p 0-d1-d1, r 0-0-1, v 0; patella r d1; tibia d 0, p 2-1, r 1-1, v 2-2-2; metatarsus d 0, p 1-2-2, r 1-1-2, v 2-2-0. IV—femur d 1-1-0, p 0-0-1, r 0-0-1; tibia d 0, p 1-1, r 1-1, v 2-2- 2; metatarsus d 0, p 1-2-2, r 1-2-1, v 2-2-0. Epigynum: Anterior margin with two large lobes; median field large on the anterior margin, with a median notch; short copulatory ducts arranged inclined to the posterior margin; primary spermathecae robust and globular, close to the median field.

Other material examined. BRAZIL: Piauí: 1♀, Piracuruca, Parque Nacional de Sete Cidades , 04°05’57.5”S 41°43’07”W, no date ( MPEG 31059View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 1♀, 26.I.2007 ( MPEG 31056View Materials), pitfall traps  ; 1♂, 04°05’56.3”S 41°05’56.3”W, 26.I.2007 ( MPEG 31049View Materials), pitfall traps; all previous specimens were collected by L.S. Carvalho, M. TGoogleMaps  .L. Avelino & M.P. Albuquerque and were used in SEM sample.

Variation. Length (7♂) total 3.17–3.98, carapace 1.37–1.69, femur I 1.01–1.28; (5♀) total 4.02–4.62, carapace 1.48–1.70, femur I 1.08–1.34.

Distribution. Northern State of Piauí, Brazil.

Life history and habitat preferences. This species was collected in two localities in the Piauí State, Brazil: Parque Nacional de Sete Cidades (Piracuruca municipality, northeastern) and Fazenda Nazareth (José de Freitas municipality, northern). In these areas the predominant vegetation is the “Cerrado”, which is the richest and most threatened savanna in the world ( Silva et al., 2002). It consists of a complex of vegetation formations that have been classified based on their woody biomass and pure grasslands ( Vieira et al., 2019).

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Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Gnaphosidae

Genus

Camillina