Paracymbiomma bocaina,

Rodrigues, Bruno V. B., Cizauskas, Igor & Rheims, Cristina A., 2018, Description of Paracymbiomma gen. nov., a new genus of prodidomid spiders from the Neotropical region (Araneae: Prodidomidae) including a new troglobite species, Zootaxa 4514 (3), pp. 301-331: 321

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Paracymbiomma bocaina
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sp. nov.

Paracymbiomma bocaina  sp. nov.

Figs 5View FIGURES 1–6, 12View FIGURES 7–12, 14View FIGURES 13–18, 61–64View FIGURES 61–64, 73View FIGURES 69–74, 75View FIGURES 75

Type material. Male holotype from Brazil, Pará, Canaã dos Carajás (FLONA Carajás), Cave S11-07, (06°27'20''S 50°14'30''W), 24 February–04 March 2010, I. Cizauskas et. al. leg., deposited in IBSP 174166. Paratypes: one male from same data of holotype ( IBSP 199034View Materials)  ; one female from Brazil, Pará, Canaã dos Carajás (Serra da Bocaína), Cave SB-72, (06°16'52''S 49°55'39''W), 29 August–27 September 2012, C.A.J. Souza et al. leg. ( IBSP 174167View Materials)GoogleMaps  .

Etymology. The specific name is a noun in apposition and refers to the locality of the paratype.

Diagnosis. Males of P. bocaina  sp. nov. resemble those of P. angelim  sp. nov. and P. doisirmaos  sp. nov. in having six eyes ( Figs 14–16View FIGURES 13–18). They differ by PME poorly developed, almost vestigial, palp with ovoid tegulum (rounded in P. angelim  sp. nov. and in P. doisirmaos  sp. nov.) and embolar insertion at 3 o’clock position (embolar insertion between 9-12 o’clock position in P. angelim  sp. nov. and P. doisirmaos  sp. nov.) ( Figs 61, 62View FIGURES 61–64). Females resemble those of P. caecus  sp. nov. by the epigyne with circular atrium and vulva with copulatory duct with thicker laterals and distal part of translucent duct without loop ( Fig. 64View FIGURES 61–64). They are distinguished from the latter species by the presence of eyes and posterior margin of epigynal plate slightly recurved (procurved in P. caecus  sp. nov.) ( Figs 63, 64View FIGURES 61–64).

Description. Male (holotype). Total length: 3.25. Carapace 1.35 long, 1.05 wide; abdomen 1.6 long, 0.95 wide; sternum 0.82 long, 0.65 wide; spinnerets ALS 0.34 long, 0.12 wide. Six eyes. AME absent. PME reduced. Eyes diameters and interdistances: ALE 0.05; PLE 0.025; PME 0.016; ALE–ALE 0.11; PLE–ALE 0.016; PME– ALE 0.025; PME–PME 0.066. Chelicerae 0.51 long; 2 retromarginal short and sparse teeth and 3 promarginal teeth. Leg formula 4123; measurements: I: 4.1 (1.25, 0.6, 0.9, 0.7, 0.65); II: 3.7 (1.08, 0.55, 0.83, 0.68, 0.58); III: 3.3 (0.95, 0.45, 0.62, 0.65, 0.62); IV: 4.55 (1.2, 0.63, 1.03, 0.93, 0.78). Leg spination: I – femur d1-1-0, p0-1-0; tibia v2-2 -0; metatarsus v2 -0-0. II – femur d1-1-0, p0-0-1; tibiap0-0-1, v2-2 -0; metatarsus v2 -0-0. III – femur d2-1- 3; tibia d0-1-0, p1-0-1, r1-0-1, v1 p-2-2; metatarsus p1-0-1, r1-0-1; v1 -0- 2. IV – femur d2-1-3; tibia d1-1-0, p1-0-1, r1-0-1, v1 p-2-2; metatarsus d1-0-0, p1-0-1, r1-0-1, v1-1 -2. Palp: femur with four spines, three dorsal (one median and two posterior) and one posterior prolateral; RTA with tapered and curved tip; median apophysis large with small hook at distal part, apically directed; embolar insertion with reservoir ventral and visible retrolaterally ( Figs 61, 62View FIGURES 61–64).

Female: (paratype). Total length: 2.9. Carapace 1.3 long, 0.95 wide; abdomen 1.5 long, 0.9 wide; sternum 0.8 long, 0.65 wide; spinnerets ALS 0.3 long, 0.1 wide. AME absents. PME reduced. Eyes diameters and interdistances: ALE 0.041; PLE 0.033; PME 0.016; ALE–ALE 0.15; PLE–ALE 0.025; PME–ALE 0.066; PME– PLE 0.083; PME–PME 0.083. Chelicerae 0.55 long; two retromarginal short and sparse teeth and three promarginal teeth. Leg formula 4123; measurements: I: 3.6 (1.03, 0.58, 0.80, 0.63, 0.58); II: 3.35 (0.93, 0.55, 0.70, 0.60, 0.58); III: 2.97 (0.85, 0.42, 0.57, 0.57, 0.55); IV: 4.15 (1.03, 0.58, 0.95, 0.88, 0.73). Leg spination: I – femur d1-1-0, p0-1-0; tibia v2-2 -0; metatarsus v2 -0-0. II – femur d1-1-0; tibia v1 r-2-0; metatarsus v2 -0-0. III – femur d2- 1-1p; tibia p1-0-1, r0-0-1, v1 p-2-2; metatarsus p1-0-0, v2 -0- 2. IV – femur d1-1-0, r0-0-1; tibia d1r-1-0, p1-0-1, r1- 0-1, v1 p-2-2; metatarsus p1-0-1, r2-0-0, v1 p-2-1. Epigyne: copulatory duct ventrally visible with part of duct elongated and curved medially; atrium with sclerotized anterior and lateral margin ( Fig. 63View FIGURES 61–64). Vulva: secondary spermathecae slightly oval, poorly defined on long thick stalk ( Fig. 64View FIGURES 61–64).

Variation. Total length (2 males): 2.68–3.25.

Distribution. Pará, Brazil ( Fig. 75View FIGURES 75).

Other material examined. None.

Natural history. Paracymbiomma bocaina  sp. nov. was collected in two different caves distant approximately 40 km from each other. The male was collected in a paleo burrow ( Fig. 77View FIGURES 76–79), an excavation of Plio-Pleistocene produced by large extinct mammals that used these structures for temporary or permanent inhabiting. They are structures of bioerosion and occur in the form of unobstructed galleries, allowing access to their interior ( Buchmann et al. 2016). The two specimens were located in disphotic zone with high humidity and, as for the other species, were collected on the cave floor. Differently from P. carajas  sp. nov, P. bocaina  sp. nov. shows morphological characteristics that can be associated to a restriction to the subterranean environment, such as a more prominent eye reduction.