Cinetomorpha pinheiral Ott & Brescovit

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: 117-120

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4641.1

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03A69B70-FFC9-FF8A-D9B1-D5CEFCC6FC3F

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scientific name

Cinetomorpha pinheiral Ott & Brescovit
status

sp. nov.

Cinetomorpha pinheiral Ott & Brescovit   , sp. nov.

Figures 92A View FIGURES 92 ̅H

Type material. Female holotype from Floresta da Cicuta, 445m, -22.52305°, -44.10416°, Volta Redonda, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 11-18, 2001, Equipe Biota, deposited in IBSP 67237 PBI_ OON 25676 View Materials   . Paratype: Fazenda Regional de Criaç „o e Fazenda Santa Helena, Pinheiral , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, -22.56666°, -44.35000°, Nov. 05-11, 1999, A.D. Brescovit, 1♀ ( IBSP 66898 PBI _ OON 25677 View Materials )  

Etymology. The specific name refers to the locality in which the paratype was collected. It is to be treated as a noun in apposition.

Diagnosis. Female of this species resembles C. punctata   sp. nov. by the general appearance ( Figs 92 View FIGURES 92 A-D, 93A-D) and C. similis   sp. nov. by the shape of the internal genitália ( Figs 92H View FIGURES 92 , 102H View FIGURES 102 ); can be distinguished from the first by the much broader apodemes proximal portion at the internal genitalia ( Figs 92H View FIGURES 92 , 93H View FIGURES 93 ) and from the last by the proportionally broader receptaculum and narrower distance between the receptaculum and the posterior border of the internal genitalia ( Figs 92H View FIGURES 92 , 102H View FIGURES 102 ).

Description. Male. Unknown.

Female ( PBI _ OON 25676 View Materials ). Total length 1.71. CEPHALOTHORAX: Carapace dark red-brown, broadly oval in dorsal view, pars cephalica strongly elevated in lateral view, surface of elevated portion of pars cephalica granulate, sides granulate; lateral margin without denticles. Clypeus curved downwards in front view, high, ALE separated from edge of carapace by their radius or more, less than ALE diameter. Eyes relatively large, all subequal; ALE separated by more than their diameter, PLE-PME separated by less than PME radius. Sternum orange-brown, fused to carapace, furrow smooth, surface finely punctuate, microsculpture covering entire surface, posterior margin not extending posteriorly of coxae IV; setae originating from surface. Mouthparts: Chelicerae, endites and labium dark red-brown. paturon inner margin with short inter-digitating setae. Labium anterior margin indented at middle. ABDOMEN: rounded posteriorly; dorsum soft portions pale white. Pedicel scuto-pedicel region with paired curved scutal ridges, plumose setae absent, ridge double, dorsal one larger. Dorsal scutum dark red-brown, middle surface punctate, sides punctate, tegument slightly rugose between punctations. Postepigastric scutum dark red-brown, long, semicircular. Spinneret scutum large. LEGS: orange-brown. GENITALIA: internal genitalia general shape subquadrate, receptaculum rounded ( Fig. 92H View FIGURES 92 ).

Other material examined. BRAZIL: Rio de Janeiro: Rio de Janeiro (22°54’10”S 43°12’28”W), Botanical Garden, Jan. 20, 1959, A.M. Nadler, 1♀ ( AMNH PBI _ OON 26075 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   .

Distribution. This species has been found in Brazil.

AMNH

American Museum of Natural History