Lyssomanes peruensis , 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: 269

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scientific name

Lyssomanes peruensis
status

sp. n.

Lyssomanes peruensis  sp. n. ( Figs. 6 -9)

M a t e r i al Holotype male ( ZMTU, partly damaged, with the only right palp), Peru. Madre de Dios, 7. X- 25. Xl. 1982, (collector unknown)  .

Etymology

The species epithet refers to the type locality.

D i a g n o s i s The new species is very closely related to Lysxromanev yacuí GALIANO, 1984 and L. T € I 71P€FLlfLl. S‘GA 1 lAN(). 1980 (see GALIANO 1980: Figs. 141 144; 1984: Figs. 20 23, 29 30), but can be distinguished by the visibly longer and bent embolus (Figs. 7, 8) and the swollen tegulum as seen from lateral view ( Fig. 6).

Distribution

The type locality only.

D e s c r i p t i 0 n Male (holotype). Carapace 2.25 long, 1.65 Wide, 1.28 high at PLE. Ocular area 1.28 long. Distances between eyes: AME-AME 1.08, ALE-ALE 1.25, PME-PME 0.78, PLE-PLE 0.88. Diameter ol AME 0.53. Abdomen 2.90 long, 1.00 wide. Cheliceral length 0.80. Clypeal height 0.25. Length of leg segments: I 2.40+0.88 (Tb, Mt and Tr absent); ll 2.18 +078 +2.03 + 2.03 +0.65; III 2.25+0.70+ l.88+2. l 5+0.70; leg IV absent. Leg spination: I: Fm d 1- 1 - 1 a, pr and fl 0O-- 1 - 1; Pt d lap; Tb. Mt and Tr absent. Il: Fm d l-l-l, pr and rt 0- 1 - 1, Pt d lap; Tb d l-l v, Dr and It 1 - 1, v 2 -0- 2- 2; Mt pr and rt 1 - 0, v 2- 2 - 2. lll: Fm d l-I-l, pr and rt 0- l-l; Pt d lap; Tb d 0- 1, pr and rt 1 - 1, v 0- 2; Mt pr and rt 1 -0, v 2- 2 - 2. Leg IV absent. Coloration in alcohol: Carapace yellow, with a brown longitudinal median band and brown margins (Fig. 9). Black around eyes, except for AME (yellow). Abdomen: dorsum yellow with brown color-markings as in Fig. 9; venter yellow. Spinnerets and booklung covers yellow. All legs completely yellow. Palpal structure in Figs. 6 -8.

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