Cinetomorpha patquiana, Ott & Ubick & Bonaldo & Brescovit & Harvey, 2019

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: 11-12

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Cinetomorpha patquiana
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Cinetomorpha patquiana   group

30(3). Males (those of C. patquiana   , C. floridana   , C. platensis   , C. concepcion   , C. pinheiral   , C. punctata   , unknown)........... 31 - Females............................................................................................ 41 31(30). Conductor with a prolateral angular process in dorsal view ( Figs 69C View FIGURES , 89G)...................................... 32 - Conductor without such angular process in dorsal view...................................................... 33 32(31). Conductor prolateral angular process large, conductor tip broad ( Fig. 69C View FIGURES ); bulb smaller, subembolar part subequal to palpal femur ( Fig. 69B View FIGURES )...................................................................... Cinetomorpha adaga - Conductor   prolateral angular process small, conductor tip narrow ( Fig. 89G View FIGURES 89 ); bulb larger, subembolar part clearly larger than palpal femur ( Fig. 90B View FIGURES 90 )................................................................ Cinetomorpha peluda   33(31). Conductor with dorsal teeth, embolar prolateral process long ( Figs 65B View FIGURES 65 , 79F View FIGURES 79 , 95B View FIGURES 95 ) ….............................. 34 - Conductor smooth or incised dorsally, embolar prolateral process short.......................................... 36 34(33). Embolar prolateral process with narrow sclerotized tip ( Fig. 65B View FIGURES 65 )............................ Cinetomorpha patquiana - Embolar   prolateral process with broad translucent tip ( Figs 79F View FIGURES 79 , 95B View FIGURES 95 )........................................... 35 35(34). Embolar prolateral process translucent area dorsally smooth ( Fig. 79F View FIGURES 79 )......................... Cinetomorpha campana - Embolar   prolateral process translucent area dorsally with a small basal projection ( Fig. 95B View FIGURES 95 )...... Cinetomorpha rinconada   36(33). Conductor slightly shorter than embolar prolateral process in dorsal view ( Fig. 87A View FIGURES 87 )............. Cinetomorpha pauferro - Conductor   much shorter than the embolar prolateral process in dorsal view ( Figs 73G View FIGURES 73 , 76G View FIGURES 76 , 83G View FIGURES 83 , 101D View FIGURES 101 , 97H View FIGURES 97 ).......... 37 37(36). Embolus with dorsal tooth ( Figs 73H View FIGURES 73 , 74D View FIGURES 74 ).............................................. Cinetomorpha atlantica - Embolus   dorsally smooth.............................................................................. 38 38(37). Embolar prolateral process with translucent area reduced to a small basal portion ( Fig. 97H View FIGURES 97 )...... Cinetomorpha santamaria - Embolus   prolateral process with translucent area extending over length of sclerite ( Figs 76H View FIGURES 76 , 83H View FIGURES 83 , 100H View FIGURES 100 ).............. 39 39(38). Embolus prolateral process with very narrow translucent area ( Fig. 76H View FIGURES 76 )....................... Cinetomorpha boraceia - Embolus   prolateral process with broad dorsal translucent area ( Figs 83H View FIGURES 83 , 100H View FIGURES 100 ).................................. 40 40(39). Conductor with dorsal incision ( Fig. 83H View FIGURES 83 ).................................................. Cinetomorpha iguazu - Conductor   without dorsal incision ( Fig. 100H View FIGURES 100 ).............................................. Cinetomorpha similis   41(30). Genitalia with sclerotized wall area strongly projected anteriorly, lateral apodemes greatly enlarged ( Fig. 78H View FIGURES 78 )............................................................................................. Cinetomorpha boraceia  

- Genitalia with sclerotized wall slightly projected anteriorly ( Figs 72H View FIGURES 72 , 81H View FIGURES 81 , 85H View FIGURES 85 , 96H View FIGURES 96 , 102H View FIGURES 102 )....................... 42

42(41). Genitalia with wide posterior marginal projection ( Figs 67H View FIGURES 67 , 75H View FIGURES 75 , 85H View FIGURES 85 , 91H View FIGURES 91 ).................................... 43

- Genitalia without wide posterior marginal projection ( Figs 72H View FIGURES 72 , 81H View FIGURES 81 , 92H View FIGURES 92 )...................................... 46

43(42). Genitalia with sclerotized wall protruding anteriorly ( Fig. 91H View FIGURES 91 )................................. Cinetomorpha peluda  

- Genitalia sclerotized wall not protruding anteriorly.......................................................... 44

44(43). Abdomen elongated, ventral plate as long as wide ( Figs 67D, F View FIGURES 67 ).............................. Cinetomorpha platensis  

- Abdomen not so elongated, ventral plate much wider than long ( Figs 75B View FIGURES 75 , 85B View FIGURES 85 ).................................. 45

45(44). Genitalia central portion trapezoidal, with angular anterior lateral borders, lateral apodemes extend to anterior genital edge ( Fig. 85H View FIGURES 85 )…………………………………....................................................... Cinetomorpha iguazu  

- Genitalia central portion otherwise, lateral apodemes extend anteriad of the genitalia ( Fig. 75H View FIGURES 75 )..... Cinetomorpha atlantica  

46(42). Lateral apodemes extend anteriorly beyond GAp ( Figs 66F View FIGURES 66 , 72H View FIGURES 72 , 81H View FIGURES 81 , 93H View FIGURES 93 )..................................... 47

- Lateral apodemes extend anteriorly to level with Gap ( Figs 92H View FIGURES 92 , 102H View FIGURES 102 )......................................... 54

47(46). Lateral apodemes lacking large posterolateral extensions, giving the genitalia a V-shaped appearance ( Figs 81H View FIGURES 81 , 82H View FIGURES 82 , 96H View FIGURES 96 ).................................................................................................... 48

- Lateral apodemes with large posterolateral extensions, giving the genitalia a trapezoidal appearance ( Figs 66F View FIGURES 66 , 72H View FIGURES 72 , 93H View FIGURES 93 , 99H View FIGURES 99 ).............................................................................................. 50

48(47). Lateral apodemes abruptly narrowed distally ( Fig. 81H View FIGURES 81 )..................................... C inetomorpha campana  

- Lateral apodemes gradually narrowed distally ( Figs 82H View FIGURES 82 , 96H View FIGURES 96 )................................................ 49

49(48). Clypeus higher than one ALE diameter ( Fig. 82E View FIGURES 82 )....................................... Cinetomorpha concepcion  

- Clypeus lower than one ALE diameter ( Fig. 96C View FIGURES 96 )......................................... Cinetomorpha rinconada  

50(47). Sternum smooth, without microsculpture ( Figs 66B View FIGURES 66 , 72F View FIGURES 72 ).................................................... 51

- Sternum with rugose or punctated microsculpture ( Figs 88F View FIGURES 88 , 93F View FIGURES 93 , 99F View FIGURES 99 ).......................................... 52

51(50). Suprapedicelar area with inconspicuous ridges ( Fig. 66E View FIGURES 66 )................................... Cinetomorpha floridana  

- Suprapedicelar area with 2 pairs of distinct ridges ( Fig. 72G View FIGURES 72 )................................... Cinetomorpha adaga  

52(50). Sternum with conspicuous rugose microsculpture ( Fig. 88F View FIGURES 88 )................................. Cinetomorpha pauferro  

- Sternum with punctated microsculpture ( Figs 93F View FIGURES 93 , 99F View FIGURES 99 )...................................................... 53

53(52). GAp protruding anteriorly ( Fig. 99H View FIGURES 99 )................................................. Cinetomorpha santamaria  

- GAp not protruding anteriorly ( Fig. 93H View FIGURES 93 )................................................ Cinetomorpha punctata  

54(46). Genitalia with receptaculum larger and posterior border narrower ( Fig. 92H View FIGURES 92 ).................... Cinetomorpha pinheiral  

- Genitalia with receptaculum smaller and posterior border broader ( Fig. 102H View FIGURES 102 )..................... Cinetomorpha similis