Himalcoelotes, WANG, 2002

WANG, XIN-PING, 2002, A Generic-Level Revision Of The Spider Subfamily Coelotinae (Araneae, Amaurobiidae), Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 2002 (269), pp. 1-150 : 85-86

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https://doi.org/ 10.1206/0003-0090(2002)269<0001:AGLROT>2.0.CO;2

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scientific name

Himalcoelotes
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KEY TO SPECIES OF HIMALCOELOTES Females

1. Spermathecae small, rounded, not convoluted (figs. 249, 283, 293)............... 2

– Spermathecae otherwise (figs. 243, 266)... ................................. 4

2. Copulatory ducts broad, situated mesad of spermathecae (fig. 249)...... bursarius

– Copulatory ducts not visible or barely visible in dorsal view (figs. 283, 293)....... 3

3. Anterior atrial margin incomplete; copulatory ducts not seen (figs. 282–287).. sherpa

– Anterior atrial margin complete; copulatory ducts small (figs. 292, 293)... subsherpa

4. Spermathecal large, anteriorly extended; spermathecal heads situated mesally or posteriorly (figs. 255, 266).............. 5

– Spermathecal moderately large, not anteriorly extended; spermathecal heads situated anteriorly (figs. 243, 251, 279)......... 6

5. Spermathecal heads situated mesally; copu­

– Spermathecae longitudinally extended, not curved (figs. 247, 253, 279)......... 8

7. Epigynal teeth long, slender; copulatory ducts short, not visible in dorsal view (figs. 242, 243)..................... aequoreus

– Epigynal teeth short, broad; copulatory ducts visible in dorsal view (figs. 294, 295).............................. syntomos

8. Atrium apparent; copulatory ducts visible in dorsal view (figs. 250, 251, 278, 279)... ................................. 9

– Atrium reduced to atrial slit; copulatory ducts not visible in dorsal view (figs. 246, 247).......................... brignolii

9. Spermathecae separated, copulatory ducts extended mesally (figs. 251, 253)................................. diatropo s

– Spermathecae close together, copulatory ducts extended anteriorly (fig. 279)................................ pirum latory ducts not seen in dorsal view (fig. 266)...................... martensi

– Spermathecal heads situated posteriorly; copulatory ducts originated laterally (fig. 255)....................... gyirongensis

6. Spermathecae strongly curved, semicircleshaped (figs. 243, 295)............. 7

Males

1. Cymbial furrow more than half of cymbial length (figs. 245, 258).............. 2

– Cymbial furrow less than half of cymbial length (figs. 268, 289, 281, 291)...... 3

2. RTA strongly extended anteriorly; patellar apophysis curved ventrally (fig. 258)............................ gyirongensis

– RTA slightly extended; patellar apophysis curved dorsally (fig. 245)... Aequoreus

3. Embolus prolateral in origin (figs. 267, 288) ................................ 4

– Embolus basal in origin (figs. 280, 290)... ................................. 5

4. Conductor broad; patellar apophysis much shorter than patellar length (figs. 267, 268).......................... martensi

– Conductor slender; patellar apophysis broad, as long as patellar length (figs. 288, 289)........................... sherpa

5. Conductor with apex broad, no tooth (figs. 280, 281).................... pirum

– Conductor with apex slender, with small tooth (figs. 290, 291)............ subsherpa

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Agelenidae