Cytaea Keyserling, 1882

Barbara Patoleta & Joanna Gardzińska, 2010, Description of a new species of Cytaea Keyserling 1882 from Fiji (Araneae: Salticidae), Genus 21, pp. 631-635: 632

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scientific name

Cytaea Keyserling, 1882
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Genus Cytaea Keyserling, 1882  

Cytaea Keyserling 1882   , p. 1380; simon 1903, pp. 810-817; Żabka 1991, p. 24; Berry et al 1998, pp. 150- 151; murPHy & murPHy 2000, p. 349.

According to Berry et al. (1998) genus Cytaea   is characterized by two-cusp tooth on retromargin of chelicerae and 3 to 6 teeth on promargin, lateral spines on all tibiae, patellae and metatarsi, and dorsal spine near base on tibiae. Cytaea   can be distinguish from similar genera in the entire Pacific (like Ascyltus   , Euryattus   and Servaea   ), by very short tibia and patella of the males palp, as wide as long or wider (Berry et al. 1998).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Salticidae

Loc

Cytaea Keyserling, 1882

Barbara Patoleta & Joanna Gardzińska 2010
2010
Loc

Cytaea

Keyserling 1882
1882