Tortanus discaudatus (I. C. Thompson and A. Scott in Herdman, Thompson and A. Scott, 1898) — Overview

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Body opaque and colorless, with the exception of the ventral side, where females have a reddish-brown spot and males a black spot. “Chela” in P5 in males are reddish-brown, the last 2 abdominal segments are covered with small reddish-brown speckles, which get denser on the caudal rami to form a complete cover of the distal part of the rami.


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