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Calommata tibialis

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Calommata tibialis est une espèce d'araignées mygalomorphes de la famille des Atypidae[1].

Distribution

Cette espèce se rencontre au Togo et en Côte d'Ivoire[1].

Description

Les mâles mesurent de 6,00 à 6,65 mm dont le mâle holotype 6,65 mm[2]

Publication originale

  • Fourie, Haddad & Jocqué, 2011 : A revision of the purse-web spider genus Calommata Lucas, 1837 (Araneae, Atypidae) in the Afrotropical Region. ZooKeys, no 95, p. 1–28 (texte intégral).

Notes et références

  1. a et b WSC, consulté lors d'une mise à jour du lien externe
  2. Fourie, Haddad & Jocqué, 2011 : A revision of the purse-web spider genus Calommata Lucas, 1837 (Araneae, Atypidae) in the Afrotropical Region. ZooKeys, no 95, p. 1–28 (texte intégral).
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Calommata tibialis: Brief Summary

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Calommata tibialis est une espèce d'araignées mygalomorphes de la famille des Atypidae.

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Description

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Male holotype.Measurements: CL 2.13, CW 1.95, AL 3.45, AW 2.02, TL 6.65 (6.00–6.65). Length of leg segments, and total: I 1.98 + 0.65 + 1.35 + 1.71 + 1.63 = 7.32; II 1.80 + 0.75 + 1.10 + 1.60 + 1.80 = 7.05; III 1.49 + 0.80 + 0.75 + 1.70 + 2.45 = 7.19; IV 1.94 + 0.90 + 1.03 + 2.00 + 3.03 = 8.90. Carapace index 1.10; patella-tibia index 0.94. Carapace and chelicerae orange brown (Fig. 6). Chelicerae with single row of alternating small and medium sized teeth, gradually decreasing in size from fang base to cheliceral base, with several denticles retrolateral of teeth row near cheliceral base (Fig. 17). Eye area raised, narrow, darker in colour. Sternum and coxae yellow, remainder of legs orange, fading to pale yellow at tarsi. Legs weakly covered with bristles; prolateral side of patellae, tibiae and metatarsi of legs II–IV covered with spinules. Abdomen grey, with pale orange-brown scutum anteriorly (Fig. 6). Palp with short cymbium, with rounded distal margin; tibia shorter and broader than in the other five species, slightly longer than wide; embolus and conductor orientated obliquely, pointing retrolaterally and distally, not projecting beyond retrolateral cymbial margin; conductor narrow with a thick prominent tooth distally on its dorsal surface; embolus short and slightly curved (Figs 51, 52, 66–68). Female.Unknown.
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René F, Charles R. H, Rudy J (2011) A revision of the purse-web spider genus Calommata Lucas, 1837 (Araneae, Atypidae) in the Afrotropical Region ZooKeys 95: 1–28
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Fourie René
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Haddad Charles R.
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Distribution

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Central Côte d’Ivoire and northern Togo (Fig. 73).
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Fourie René, Haddad Charles R., Jocqué Rudy
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René F, Charles R. H, Rudy J (2011) A revision of the purse-web spider genus Calommata Lucas, 1837 (Araneae, Atypidae) in the Afrotropical Region ZooKeys 95: 1–28
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Fourie René
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Haddad Charles R.
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Jocqué Rudy
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