Noideattella, AND

Álvarez-Padilla, Fernando, Ubick, Darrell & Griswold, Charles E., 2012, Noideattella and Tolegnaro, Two New Genera of Goblin Spiders from Madagascar, with Comments on the Gamasomorphoid and Silhouettelloid Oonopids (Araneae, Oonopidae), American Museum Novitates 2012 (3745), pp. 1-76 : 10-11

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.1206/3745.2

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5866145

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/03B787D9-0120-5F6A-FEB5-47896CD1F930

treatment provided by

Carolina

scientific name

Noideattella
status

 

KEY TO NOIDEATTELLA AND TOLEGNARO SPECIES

1a. Metatarsi I and II with two pairs of lateral spines (fig. 103). Plumose setae absent around the carapace and abdomen area (figs. 3, 15 View Figs , 33, 42 View Figs )............. Noideattella 2

1b. Metatarsi I and II with one or zero pairs of lateral spines (fig. 364). Plumose setae present around the carapace and abdomen area ( figs. 328, 329 View Figs , 357 View Figs )...... Tolegnaro 12

2a. Book lung covers small and round (figs. 2, 3, 142, 143, 232, 233)................... 3

2b. Book lung covers large and ovoid (figs. 173, 203) or long and narrow (figs. 32, 33).... 5

3a. Sternum surface coarsely reticulated and covered with large round pits distributed medially and in furrows (figs. 117, 134, 145, 162).............................. tsiba

3b. Sternum microsculpture finely reticulate distributed medially and in furrows (figs. 5, 16 View Figs , 235, 243 View Figs ).......................................................... 4

4a. Abdomen cylindrical, epigastric scutum length about at half of the abdomen (figs. 232, 233).......................................................... fantara

4b. Abdomen ovoid, epigastric scutum less than half the abdomen length (figs. 2, 3).............................................................. amboa

5a. Book lung covers very narrow and long (figs. 32, 33)....................... assumptia

5b. Book lung covers wide (figs. 63, 91, 115, 172, 203)................................ 6

6a. Habitus color brown. Carapace surface of elevated portion of pars cephalica and sides smooth (figs. 64, 92)..................................................... 7

6b. Habitus color otherwise. Carapace surface of elevated portion of pars cephalica and sides granulated (figs. 34, 113, 116, 174, 204)................................. 8

7a. Male legs I and II metatarsi with spines (figs. 102, 103). Embolus ventral lamella with a large flat curved apophysis at its base (figs. 66, 86)..................... gamela

7b. Male leg I and II metatarsi without spines and armed with a median triangular bump (figs. 108, 109). Embolus ventral lamella with a small curved apophysis at its base (figs. 110, 111)................................................... famafa

8a. Sternum surface coarsely reticulated and covered with large round pits distributed medially and in furrows (figs. 117, 261)......................................... 9

8b. Sternum smooth or microsculpture finely reticulate distributed medially and in furrows (figs. 5, 16 View Figs , 235, 243 View Figs )................................................. 10

9a. Habitus color dark red-brown, body length 2.1 to 2.4 mm (figs. 257, 261). Carapace pars cephalica strongly granulate (figs. 259, 260).................... lakana

9b. Habitus color orange-brown, body length 1.9 to 2.1 mm (figs. 113, 117). Carapace pars cephalica moderately to strongly granulate (figs. 113, 116).................. saka

10a. Ocular area distinctly higher than the clypeus height (figs.177, 291). Abdomen ovoid, postepigastric scutum semicircular (figs. 171, 285)......................... 11

10b. Ocular area equal or slightly higher than the clypeus height (figs. 207, 217 View Figs ). Abdomen cylindrical, postepigastric scutum rectangular (figs. 201, 202).......... tany

11a. Sternum microsculpture finely reticulate distributed over entire sternum surface (fig. 289, 303). Carapace surface of pars cephalica heavily granulated (figs. 288, 291, 302 View Figs ). Embolus ventral lamella with a large, flat, curved apophysis at its base (figs. 292, 310)........................................................... farihy

11b. Sternum microsculpture finely reticulate distributed medially and in furrows (figs. 175, 189). Carapace surface of pars cephalica dimly to fairly granulated (figs. 174, 188 View Figs , 196). Embolus ventral lamella without such apophysis (figs. 176, 197)...... mamba

12a. Carapace surface smooth (figs. 316, 325 View Figs ). Sternum furrows smooth, microsculpture absent (figs. 317, 327 View Figs ). Metatarsi I and II with one pair of spines, tibia spine number variable. Paturon setate distal region unmodified (fig. 319)... sagani

12b. Carapace side microsculpture finely reticulate (figs. 345, 361). Sternum microsculpture finely reticulate only in furrows (figs. 346, 362). Metatarsi and tibia I and II spines absent (fig. 364). Paturon distal region with curved seta in males (figs. 348, 363).................................................... kepleri

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Oonopidae