Tupirinna, Bonaldo, 2000

Xavier, Cláudia & Bonaldo, Alexandre B., 2021, Taxonomic revision of the genus Tupirinna Bonaldo, 2000 (Araneae: Corinnidae: Corinninae), Zootaxa 5004 (2), pp. 201-250: 212-213

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.5004.2.1

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Tupirinna
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Key to species of Tupirinna  

1 Males (those of Tupirinna albofasciata   sp. nov., T. oba   sp. nov., T. goeldi   sp. nov. and T. luctuosa   sp. nov. unknown)..... 2

- Females (those of Tupirinna urucu   sp. nov. unknown)....................................................... 17

2(1) Dorsal lobe of RTA absent; ventral lobe well developed ( Figs 9B, 9F View FIGURE 9 , 10B View FIGURE 10 , 11B, 11F View FIGURE 11 )............................... 3

- Dorsal lobe of RTA present; ventral lobe weakly developed ( Fig. 23F View FIGURE 23 ).......................................... 11

3(2) Ventral lobe of RTA divided basally, with large lamellate dorsal process ( Figs 11F View FIGURE 11 , 12B View FIGURE 12 )............................. 4

- Ventral lobe of RTA otherwise; dorsal process, if present, small ( Figs 8F View FIGURE 8 , 10B View FIGURE 10 )..................................... 7

4(3) Embolus short, directed retrolaterally; AS long, narrow....................................................... 5

- Embolus long, directed retroapically; AS shorter, thicker...................................................... 6

5(4) Ventral process of ventral lobe bifid; embolar tip filiform, curved ( Fig. 11E, F View FIGURE 11 )............... Tupirinna gigantea   sp. nov.

- Ventral process of ventral lobe entire; embolar tip blunt, straight ( Fig. 12A, B View FIGURE 12 )................... Tupirinna coari   sp. nov.

6(4) Lamellate dorsal process of VL sub-rectangular in ventral view ( Fig. 13E View FIGURE 13 )..................... Tupirinna urucu   sp. nov.

- Lamellate dorsal process of VL tapering apically in ventral view ( Fig. 13A View FIGURE 13 ).................... Tupirinna zebra   sp. nov.

7(3) Apical spur inserted distally on ventral lobe of RTA; TEP absent ( Fig. 9A, B, E, F View FIGURE 9 )................................. 8

- Apical spur inseted medially on ventral lobe of RTA; TEP present ( Fig. 8E, F View FIGURE 8 ; Bonaldo 2000: figs 339, 340)......................................................................................... Tupirinna rosae Bonaldo, 2000  

8(7) Tegulum conspicuously projected retrolaterally, without apical projection ( Fig. 9E, F View FIGURE 9 )......... Tupirinna araguaia   sp. nov.

- Tegulum not projected retrolaterally, with apical projection.................................................... 9

9(8) Embolus long, slender, without ring-like sub-apical reinforcement ( Fig. 9A, B View FIGURE 9 )................. Tupirinna regiae   sp. nov.

- Embolus short, broad-based, with ring-like sub-apical reinforcement............................................ 10

10(9) Tegular sub-apical projection large, superposed to embolar base in ventral view ( Fig. 11A, B View FIGURE 11 )..... Tupirinna mutum   sp. nov.

- Tegular sub-apical projection smaller, not superposed to embolar base in ventral view ( Fig. 10A, B View FIGURE 10 )... Tupirinna platnicki   sp. nov.

11(2) Tupirinna   embolar process parallel in relation to embolus ( Figs 15E, F View FIGURE 15 , 16A, B View FIGURE 16 )................................... 12

- Tupirinna   embolar process dorsal in relation to embolus ( Figs 14A, B, E, F View FIGURE 14 )...................................... 14

12(11) Dorsal lobe small, with acute tip; TEP long and filiform ( Fig. 15A, B View FIGURE 15 )........................ Tupirinna cruzes   sp. nov.

- Dorsal lobe large, with blunt tip; TEP smaller, wide......................................................... 13

13(12) Apical prolateral process present; TEP smaller than embolus ( Fig. 15E, F View FIGURE 15 ).................... Tupirinna caraca   sp. nov.

- Apical prolateral process absent; TEP and embolus similarly sized ( Fig. 16A, B View FIGURE 16 ).................. Tupirinna   una sp. nov.

14(11) Dorsal lobe relatively large, inserted medially on tibial surface ( Fig. 14A, B View FIGURE 14 )..................... Tupirinna lata   sp. nov.

- Dorsal lobe represented by a small sub-apical hump......................................................... 15

15(14) Embolus short, sub-triangular ( Fig. 17A, B View FIGURE 17 ).......................................... Tupirinna palmares   sp. nov.

- Embolus long, filiform................................................................................ 16

16(15) VTA longer than wide; tegular retroapical projection present..................... Tupirinna trilineata ( Chickering, 1937)  

- VTA as long as wide; tegular retroapical projection absent ( Fig. 14A, B View FIGURE 14 )..................... Tupirinna ibiapaba   sp. nov.

17(1) Epigynal plate concave; posterior vulval plate large, covering at least the posterior half of vulva...................... 18

- Epigynal plate flattened; posterior vulval plate weakly developed, not covering vulval elements...................... 27

18(17) Copulatory opening posteriorly or medially positioned....................................................... 19

- Copulatory opening anteriorly positioned................................................................. 23

19(18) Copulatory opening posteriorly positioned ( Figs 11G, H View FIGURE 11 )................................. Tupirinna gigantea   sp. nov.

- Copulatory opening medially positioned.................................................................. 20

20(19) Copulatory duct developed anteriorly to copulatory opening.................................................. 21

- Copulatory opening discharging directly into copulatory pouch................................................ 22

21(20) Copulatory opening represented by a transversal, straight slit ( Fig. 9C, D View FIGURE 9 )..................... Tupirinna regiae   sp. nov.

- Copulatory opening represented by an inverted V-shaped slit........................... Tupirinna rosae Bonaldo, 2000  

22(20) Epigynal plate with median sclerotization posterior to copulatory opening; PVP covering most of the vulval elements ( Fig. 12E, F View FIGURE 12 )............................................................................. Tupirinna luctuosa   sp. nov.

- Epigynal plate without such sclerotization; PVP covering only posterior half of vulva ( Fig. 12C, D View FIGURE 12 ).. Tupirinna coari   sp. nov.

23(18) Anterior border of copulatory opening conspicuous......................................................... 24

- Copulatory opening margined only posteriorly............................................................. 26

24(23) Copulatory opening wide, sub-trapezoidal; PVP covering only posterior half of vulva ( Fig. 13C, D View FIGURE 13 ). Tupirinna zebra   sp. nov.

- Copulatory opening smaller, rounded; PVP covering most of the vulval elements.................................. 25

25(24) Epigynal plate posterior margin concave; copulatory opening relatively large ( Fig. 9G, H View FIGURE 9 )..... Tupirinna araguaia   sp. nov.

- Epigynal plate posterior margin convex; copulatory opening relatively small ( Fig. 11C, D View FIGURE 11 )....... Tupirinna mutum   sp. nov.

26(23) Posterior border of copulatory opening sub-quadrangular ( Fig. 10C, D View FIGURE 10 )..................... Tupirinna platnicki   sp. nov.

- Posterior border of copulatory opening semi-circular ( Fig. 10E, F View FIGURE 10 )........................... Tupirinna goeldi   sp. nov.

27(17) Epigynal plate with a pair of anterior pockets ( Fig. 16C, D View FIGURE 16 )................................... Tupirinna   una sp. nov.

- Epigynal plate without anterior pockets................................................................... 28

28(27) Epigynal plate with transverse posterior ridges............................................................. 29

- Epigynal plate without posterior ridges................................................................... 31

29(28) Epigynal plate with procurved posterior ridges ( Fig. 15C, D View FIGURE 15 )................................ Tupirinna cruzes   sp. nov.

- Epigynal plate with recurved posterior ridges.............................................................. 30

30(29) Copulatory opening small, rounded ( Fig. 15G, H View FIGURE 15 )........................................ Tupirinna caraca   sp. nov.

- Copulatory opening large, sub-retangular ( Fig. 16E, F View FIGURE 16 )....................................... Tupirinna oba   sp. nov.

31(28) Copulatory opening rounded, with conspicuous surrounding margins; copulatory pouch inverted T-shaped ( Fig. 14G, H View FIGURE 14 )...................................................................................... Tupirinna lata   sp. nov.

- Copulatory opening with incomplete surrounded margins; copulatory pouch otherwise............................. 32

32 (31) Epigynal plate with a median depression; margin of copulatory opening procurved................................ 33

- Epigynal plate without median depression; margin of copulatory opening recurved................................ 34

33(32) Median depression of epigynal plate sub-retangular ( Fig. 17E, F View FIGURE 17 )............ Tupirinna albofasciata ( Mello-Leitão, 1943)  

- Median depression of epigynal plate sub-triangular ( Fig. 17C, D View FIGURE 17 )......................... Tupirinna palmares   sp. nov.

34(32) Copulatory pouch sub-triangular ( Fig. 14C, D View FIGURE 14 )......................................... Tupirinna ibiapaba   sp. nov.

- Copulatory pouch sub-quadrangular......................................... Tupirina trilineata ( Chickering, 1937)