Cinetomorpha simplex, , Simon, 1892

Ott, Ricardo, Ubick, Darrell, Bonaldo, Alexandre B., Brescovit, Antonio D. & Harvey, Mark S., 2019, A revision of the new world goblin spider genus Cinetomorpha Simon, 1892 revalidated from Gamasomorpha Karsch, 1881 (Araneae, Oonopidae, Oonopinae), Zootaxa 4641 (1), pp. 1-152: 10-11

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Cinetomorpha simplex
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Cinetomorpha simplex   group

4(3). Sternum posterior portion projecting past coxae IV ( Figs 25F View FIGURES 25 , 27C View FIGURES 27 , 29F View FIGURES 29 )....................... Cinetomorpha sternalis  

- Sternum posterior portion not projecting past coxae IV........................................................ 5

5(4). Suprapedicelar area with two small downward-directed processes ( Fig 23G View FIGURES 23 )..................... Cinetomorpha lorenzo Suprapedicelar   area with straight ridge without processes...................................................... 6

6(5). Abdomen elongated, length of ventral abdominal scutum (from epigastric furrow to posterior end) subequal to width ( Figs 11C View FIGURES 11 ̅E; 14A̅B, E).................................................................... Cinetomorpha vianai  

- Abdomen not so elongated, ventral abdominal scutum clearly wider than long..................................... 7

7(6). Males (those of C. sedata   , C. silvestris   and C. central, unknown)............................................... 8

- Females (those of C. lorenzo   , unknown).................................................................. 10

8(7). Embolar prolateral process filiform, much longer than embolar tip, twice as long as bulb ( Figs 17A View FIGURES 17 ̅F) Cinetomorpha chicote  

- Embolar prolateral process slightly longer than embolar tip.................................................... 9

9(8). Cheliceral paturon with enlarged mesal setae ( Figs 5D View FIGURES 5 , 6A View FIGURES 6 ̅D); embolus without dorsal teeth ………. Cinetomorpha simplex  

- Cheliceral paturon without modified mesal setae; embolus with dorsal teeth ( Figs 20G View FIGURES 20 , 21D View FIGURES 21 )......... Cinetomorpha lavras  

10(7). Sclerotized wall only slightly protruding anteriorly ( Figs 8H View FIGURES 8 , 9I View FIGURES 9 )............................................... 11

- Sclerotized wall strongly protruding anteriorly ( Figs 4B View FIGURES 4 , 15H View FIGURES 15 , 19I View FIGURES 19 )............................................. 12

11(10). Genitalia with lateral apodemes broad and very abruptly narrowed distally ( Fig. 8H View FIGURES 8 )................ Cinetomorpha sedata  

- Genitalia with lateral apodemes gradually narrowed distally ( Fig. 9I View FIGURES 9 ).............................................................................................................................. Cinetomorpha silvestris  

12(10). Genitalia with sclerotized wall narrow ( Fig. 15H View FIGURES 15 )............................................................................................................................................... Cinetomorpha   central

- Genitalia with sclerotized wall broad and domed anteriorly ( Figs 4B View FIGURES 4 , 19I View FIGURES 19 , 22F View FIGURES 22 )................................... 13

13(12). Genitalia with lateral apodemes shorter, do not reaching to anterior edge of central domed portion ( Fig. 4B View FIGURES 4 )................................................................................................ Cinetomorpha simplex  

- Genitalia with lateral apodemes longer, reaching to anterior edge of central domed portion, or beyond ( Figs 19I View FIGURES 19 , 22F View FIGURES 22 )..... 14

14(13). Genitalia with lateral apodemes abruptly narrowed at mid-length ( Fig. 19I View FIGURES 19 ).......................................................................................................................... Cinetomorpha chicote  

- Genitalia with lateral apodemes uniformly narrowed distally ( Fig. 22F View FIGURES 22 ).............................................................................................................................. Cinetomorpha lavras