Tinadysderina, Platnick & Berniker, 2013

Platnick, Norman I. & Berniker, Lily, 2013, ffie South American Goblin Spiders of the New Genera Pseudodysderina and Tinadysderina (Araneae, Oonopidae), American Museum Novitates 2013 (3787), pp. 1-44 : 27

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.1206/3776.2

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:125C8064-BD28-43FB-8E03-75B94D3CB4DC

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4565801

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/3206DA49-8B21-FFFB-FE33-36F8FB74FAE9

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scientific name

Tinadysderina
status

 

KEY TO SPECIES OF TINADYSDERINA

1. Males...................................................................................................................................................2

– Females...............................................................................................................................................7

2. Embolus bifid for most of its length (figs. 260, 272)...................................................................3

– Only distal half of embolus bifid....................................................................................................4

3. Embolus relatively short, wide (fig. 260)............................................................................ bremen

– Embolus relatively long, narrow (fig. 272).......................................................................... pereira

4. Prolateral branch of embolus much shorter than retrolateral branch (fig. 248)......... gorgona

– Prolateral and retrolateral branches of embolus subequal in length.........................................5

5. Tip of retrolateral branch of embolus narrow, not much wider than tip of prolateral branch (fig. 236)................................................................................................................................ planada

– Tip of retrolateral branch of embolus wider (figs. 212, 224).....................................................6

6. Embolar branches approximate at their base (fig. 212).............................................. tinalandia

– Embolar branches well separated at their base (fig. 224).................................................. otonga

7. Anterior genitalic process T-shaped (fig. 278)................................................................... pereira

– Anterior genitalic process otherwise.............................................................................................8

8. Apodemes very short (fig. 242).......................................................................................... planada

– Apodemes longer..............................................................................................................................9

9. Postepigastric scutum extending only to about two-thirds of abdomen length (fig. 263)...... ................................................................................................................................................. bremen

– Postepigastric scutum extending to near spinnerets.................................................................10

10.Anterior genitalic process short, confined to atrial area (fig. 254)................................ gorgona

– Anterior genitalic process extending anterior of genital atrium..............................................11

11.Genital atrium with posterolateral bulges (figs. 229, 230)................................................ otonga

– Genital atrium without such bulges (figs. 217, 218).................................................... tinalandia

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Oonopidae