Cyriocosmus

Fukushima, Caroline Sayuri, Bertani, Rogério & Jr, Pedro Ismael Da Silva, 2005, Revision of Cyriocosmus Simon, 1903, with notes on the genus Hapalopus Ausserer, 1875 (Araneae: Theraphosidae), Zootaxa 846, pp. 1-31: 22

publication ID

10.5281/zenodo.170714

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:D4FBCC80-E880-4ADF-87EB-36ECCF5F9C87

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03B7AB74-FFA9-4343-5F35-FCAA4D59FEAB

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Plazi

scientific name

Cyriocosmus
status

 

Key to Cyriocosmus  species

Females

(Females of C. bertae  , C. blenginii  and C. ritae  are unknown)

1 With striped pattern on the dorsal abdomen ( Figs 42–44View FIGURES 40 – 44) ......................................... (2)

­ Without striped pattern on the dorsal abdomen ( Figs 40, 41View FIGURES 40 – 44).................................... (7)

2 Three clear stripes on each side of the dorsal abdomen, a longitudinal dark band on the ventral abdomen ( Fig. 42View FIGURES 40 – 44) .................................................................................. C. leetzi 

­ More than 3 clear stripes on each side of the dorsal abdomen, ventral abdominal area without a longitudinal dark band .............................................................................. (3)

3 Dorsal abdomen with 4 clear stripes on each side .................................................... (4)

­ Dorsal abdomen with 5 clear stripes on each side .................................................... (6)

4 Clear central area covering approximately 80 % of the dorsal abdomen ( Fig. 44View FIGURES 40 – 44).......... ...................................................................................................................... C. fasciatus 

­ Clear central area covering less than 80 % of the dorsal abdomen............................. (5)

5 Clear central area covering approximately 50 % of the dorsal abdomen ( Fig. 46View FIGURES 45 – 50) ......... ................................................................................................. C. fernandoi  new species

­ Characteristic “heart shaped” clear central area pattern covering approximately 30 % of the dorsal abdomen ( Fig. 43View FIGURES 40 – 44) ..................................................................... C. elegans 

6 Spermathecae with a sinuous neck, without caliciform seminal receptacle ( Fig. 34View FIGURES 34 – 39); only the cephalic area dark ( Fig. 45View FIGURES 45 – 50) .............................. C. nogueira­netoi new species

­ Spermathecae spiral with caliciform seminal receptacle ( Fig. 36View FIGURES 34 – 39); cephalothorax with a blackish area covering the cephalic region and a large part of thoracic region ( Fig. 47View FIGURES 45 – 50) ........................................................................................................................... C. chicoi 

7 Cephalic area dark ( Fig. 40View FIGURES 40 – 44) ....................................................................... C. versicolor 

­ Cephalic area the same color as the cephalothorax ( Fig. 49View FIGURES 45 – 50)........................ C. sellatus  Male