Pseudodysderina, 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 : 6-7

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.1206/3776.2

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DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4565799

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scientific name

Pseudodysderina
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KEY TO SPECIES OF PSEUDODYSDERINA

1. Males (unknown in P. hermani ).....................................................................................................2

– Females (unknown in P. dracula )...................................................................................................8

2. Chelicerae each with elaborate anterior process (fig. 125).............................................. dracula

– Chelicerae without anterior process..............................................................................................3

3. Conductor much shorter than embolus (fig. 140)................................................................ suiza

– Conductor longer..............................................................................................................................4

4. Embolus relatively wide at point where terminal projection originates (fig. 66)...... desultrix

– Embolus narrower at that point (as in fig. 78).............................................................................5

5. Lobe on retrolateral side of conductor relatively wide, conspicuous (figs. 78, 90).................6

– Lobe on retrolateral side of conductor slim or absent (figs. 102, 114).....................................7 6. Conductor distally bifid, with prolateral and retrolateral lobes (figs. 89, 90)............... yungas

– Conductor entire, without retrolateral lobe (figs. 77, 78)................................................... manu

7. Projection on prolateral side of conductor long, sharp (fig. 102)........................................ beni

– Projection on prolateral side of conductor shorter (fig. 114)........................................... utinga

8. Postepigastric scutum separated from epigastric scutum at its anterolateral corners (fig. 143) ..................................................................................................................................................... suiza

– Postepigastric scutum fused to epigastric scutum.......................................................................9

9. Anterior genitalic process greatly widened at tip (figs. 84, 96, 120).....................................10

– Tip of anterior genitalic process narrower (figs. 72, 108, 134)................................................12

10.Anterior genitalic process with triangular basal sclerotization (figs. 84, 96)........................11

– Anterior genitalic process without distinct basal sclerotization (fig. 120)...................... utinga

11.Genital atrium relatively long (fig. 83).................................................................................. manu

– Genital atrium relatively short (fig. 95)............................................................................... yungas

12.Anterior margin of genital atrium heavily sclerotized (figs. 71, 133).....................................13

– Anterior margin of genital atrium weakly sclerotized (fig. 107).......................................... beni

13.Posterior margin of genital atrium weakly sclerotized, apodemes relatively long (fig. 72)..... .............................................................................................................................................. desultrix

– Posterior margin of genital atrium heavily sclerotized, apodemes relatively short (fig. 134). ............................................................................................................................................... hermani

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Oonopidae