Namea, Raven, 1984

Rix, Michael G., Wilson, Jeremy D. & Harvey, Mark S., 2020, The open-holed trapdoor spiders (Mygalomorphae: Anamidae: Namea) of Australia’s D’Aguilar Range: revealing an unexpected subtropical hotspot of rainforest diversity, Zootaxa 4861 (1), pp. 71-91: 75-76

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4861.1.5

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:44321429-80FA-45AC-90D6-E3E13C961BFC

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4414523

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/BA1BE531-FFAA-C406-FF21-F8DBB9FEFCF1

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Plazi

scientific name

Namea
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Key to the species of Namea   known from the D’Aguilar Range of south-eastern Queensland (males only)

1. Embolus long, reflexed and whip-like, arising from bulb laterally or proximally ( Figs 14 View FIGURES 14–21 b–19b)....................... 3

– Embolus short, arising from bulb terminally or sub-terminally ( Figs 20b, 21b View FIGURES 14–21 )..................................... 2

2. Embolus arising from bulb sub-terminally ( Fig. 20b View FIGURES 14–21 ; see also Rix et al. 2020, figs 78–80); retroventral margin of palpal tibia with single, isolated, proximal macroseta ( Fig. 20b View FIGURES 14–21 ; see also Rix et al. 2020, figs 78, 79).......... N. salanitri Raven, 1984  

– Embolus arising from bulb terminally ( Fig. 21b View FIGURES 14–21 ; see also Rix et al. 2020, figs 100–102); retroventral margin of palpal tibia with multiple macrosetae proximally and/or medially ( Fig. 21b View FIGURES 14–21 ; see also Rix et al. 2020, figs 100, 101)... N. dahmsi Raven, 1984  

3. Retroventral margin of palpal tibia with multiple macrosetae proximally and/or medially ( Fig. 17b View FIGURES 14–21 ; see also Rix et al. 2020, figs 187, 188)........................................................................ N. excavans Raven, 1984  

– Retroventral margin of palpal tibia with single, isolated, proximal macroseta ( Figs 14 View FIGURES 14–21 b–16b, 18b, 19b)................. 4

4. Macroseta v1 on tibia I large, reaching beyond ventro-distal margin of tibia I ( Figs 14a View FIGURES 14–21 , 31 View FIGURES 22–31 ); isolated, proximal retroventral macroseta on palpal tibia long, longer than length of palpal bulb ( Figs 14b View FIGURES 14–21 , 32 View FIGURES 32–34 )..................... N. gloriosa   sp. nov.

– Macroseta v1 on tibia I shorter, not reaching beyond ventro-distal margin of tibia I ( Figs 15a, 16a, 18a, 19a View FIGURES 14–21 ); isolated, proximal retroventral macroseta on palpal tibia shorter than length of palpal bulb ( Figs 15b, 16b, 18b, 19b View FIGURES 14–21 )...................... 5

5. Tibia I with prolateral (p) macrosetae ( Figs 15a, 16a View FIGURES 14–21 ); palpal cymbium markedly cleft distally in retrolateral view ( Figs 15b, 16b View FIGURES 14–21 )................................................................................................ 6

– Tibia I without prolateral (p) macrosetae ( Figs 18a, 19a View FIGURES 14–21 ); palpal cymbium not markedly cleft distally in retrolateral view ( Figs 18b, 19b View FIGURES 14–21 )............................................................................................ 7

6. Tibia I with shallow, only slightly concave ventro-distal excavation anterior to macroseta v1 ( Figs 15a View FIGURES 14–21 , 64 View FIGURES 55–64 ); palpal bulb produced along transverse axis and swollen near base of embolus ( Fig. 66 View FIGURES 65–67 ); carapace not covered with downy reflective setae ( Figs 55, 57 View FIGURES 55–64 )............................................................................. N. nigritarsus   sp. nov.

– Tibia I with more strongly concave ventro-distal excavation anterior to macroseta v1 ( Figs 16a View FIGURES 14–21 , 77 View FIGURES 68–77 ); palpal bulb heart-shaped ( Figs 78–80 View FIGURES 78-80 ); carapace covered in downy reflective setae ( Figs 68, 70 View FIGURES 68–77 )............................... N. nebo   sp. nov.

7. Palpal bulb smoothly sub-spherical ( Figs 19b View FIGURES 14–21 , 45–47 View FIGURES 45–47 ); tibia I with shallow, concave ventro-distal excavation anterior to macroseta v1 ( Figs 19a View FIGURES 14–21 , 44 View FIGURES 35–44 ).................................................................. N. gowardae   sp. nov.

– Palpal bulb broadly pyriform, with terminal protuberance bearing pair of tiny tubercle-like nodules ( Fig. 18b View FIGURES 14–21 ; see also Rix et al. 2020, figs 26, 28); tibia I broader, with more strongly concave ventro-distal excavation anterior to macroseta v1 ( Fig. 18a View FIGURES 14–21 ; see also Rix et al. 2020, fig. 25)...................................................... N. brisbanensis Raven, 1984