Lyssomanes euriensis , Logunov, Dmitri V., 2000

Logunov, Dmitri V., 2000, Three new species of Lyssomanes HENTZ, 1845 from Peru (Arachnida: Araneae: Salticidae), Reichenbachia Staatliches Museum für Tierkunde Dresden 33, pp. 267-270: 267-268

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scientific name

Lyssomanes euriensis
status

sp. n.

Lyssomanes euriensis  sp. n. ( Figs. 3-5)

M ale r i al Holotype female ( ZMTU), Peru, lx-XI. l982 (no precise locality, no name of collector).  Parzıtypc: l female ( ZMTU), Peru, Madre de Dim, Tambopata Dištr., Euri, path to the Cocha, hand-picking, 20. X. 1982, leg. J. SUOMFI A & L. PIETILA  .

Etymology

The species epithet refers to the locality of the paratype, Euri.

D i a g n 0 s i s According to the body coloration ( Fig. 5) and the peculiar structure of the genitalia ( Figs. 3, 4), the new species is most closely related to Lyssomanes longípes  (TACZANowski, 1872) (see GAuANo 1980: Figs. l 7), but is well distinguishable from it in having of the much wider separatcd receptacles and the well-developed, deep epigynal pocket ( Fig. 4).

Distribution

The type locality only.

D e s c ri p t i o n Female (holotype). Carapace 2.08 long, 1.35 wide, 0.93 high at PLE. Ocular area 1.15 long. Distances between eyes: AME-AME 1.00, ALE-ALE 0.93, PME-PME 0.30, PLE-PLE 0.60. Diameter of AME 0.49. Abdomen 2.88 long, 1.40 wide. Cheliceral length 0.90. Clypeal height 0.08. Length of leg segments: I 2.88+0.83+2. ó 3 + 2.75 + 0.75; II 2.33 +0.68 + 1.60+2.05 +0.60; 111 2.05 +0.55+l. 90+2.28+0.73; IV 2.23 +0.53+2.03+2.95+0.ó0. Leg spination: l: d 1- 1 - 1, pr 0- 1, v 0- 2- 2 - 0; Pt d lap; Tb v 5 pairs; Mt V 6 pairs. ll: Fm d 1- 1 - 1, v 0-2 - 2 - 0; Pt d lap; Tb v 5 pairs; Mt v 5 pairs. 111 and IV: Fm d 1 - 1 - 1; Pt d lap; Tb and Mt without spides. Coloration in alcohol. Carapace yellow. tinged with brown. Black around eyes ( Fig. 5). Abdomen: dorsum with grey-brown color-markings as I Fig. 5; venter yellow. Book-lung covers and spinnerets yellow. All legs and palpi yellow. Epigyne and spermathecae ¿IS in Figs. 3, 4.

ZMTU

ZMTU

AME

USA, Florida, Gainesville, University of Florida, Florida Museum of Natural History, Allyn Museum

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Salticidae

Genus

Lyssomanes