Ochyrocera Simon 1891, Simon, 1891

Dupérré, Nadine, 2015, Descriptions of twelve new species of ochyroceratids (Araneae, Ochyroceratidae) from mainland Ecuador, Zootaxa 3956 (4), pp. 451-475: 459

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Ochyrocera Simon 1891  

Composition in America. O. arietina Simon 1891   , O. bicolor González-Sponga 2001   , O. cachote Hormiga, Álvarez-Padilla & Benjamin 2007   , O. caeruleoamethystina Lopez & Lopez 1997   , O. callaina   sp. n., O. cashcatotoras   sp. n., O. chiapas Valdez-Mondragón 2009   , O. coerulea ( Keyserling 1891)   , O. coffeeicola González-Sponga 2001   , O. cornuta Mello-Leitão 1944   , O. corozalensis González-Sponga 2001   , O. fagei Brignoli 1974   , O. formosa Gertsch 1973   , O. hamadryas Brignoli 1978   , O. ibitipoca Baptista, González & Tourinho 2008   , O. italoi   sp. n., O. janthinipes Simon 1893   , O. juquila Valdez-Mondragón 2009   , O. losrios   sp. n., O. machadoi ( Gertsch 1977)   , O. minima González-Sponga 2001   , O. minotaure   sp. n., O. oblita Fage 1912   , O. otonga   sp. n., O. peruana Ribera 1978   , O. quinquevittata Simon 1891   , O. rinocerotos   sp. n., O. sandovalae Baert 2014   , O. simoni   O. P.- Cambridge 1894, O. subparamera González-Sponga 2001   , O. thibaudi Emerit & Lopez 1985   , O. vesiculifera Simon 1893   , O. viridissima Brignoli 1974   , O. zabaleta   sp. n., O. zamora Baert 2014   .

Distribution in America. Mexico, Cuba, Hispaniola, Lesser Antilles, St. Vincent, Guatemala, Venezuela, French Guiana, Ecuador, Peru and Brazil.

Diagnosis. Tracheal spiracle in the middle between the epigastric fold and spinnerets. Clypeus sloping; tip of labium notched. Legs long. Male palpal tibia without apophysis; palpal cymbium with prolateral extension; male palpal cymbium conical often with apical or retrolateral apophysis with or without cuspule apically; male embolus flexed and projecting forward ( Figs 14 View FIGURES 13 – 17 , 20 View FIGURES 18 – 22 , 25 View FIGURES 23 – 26 , 32 View FIGURES 29 – 32 , 35 View FIGURES 33 – 35 , 38 View FIGURES 36 – 38 , 43 View FIGURES 42 – 44 , 47 View FIGURES 45 – 47 ).