Cyriocosmus chicoi Pérez­Miles, 1998

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: 8-9

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10.5281/zenodo.170714

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scientific name

Cyriocosmus chicoi Pérez­Miles, 1998
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Cyriocosmus chicoi Pérez­Miles, 1998 

Figs 15 –16View FIGURES 11 – 20, 30View FIGURES 24 – 33, 36View FIGURES 34 – 39, 47View FIGURES 45 – 50

C. chicoi Pérez­Miles, 1998: 97  , figs 8–13. Holotype female, IBSPAbout IBSP 4947, ref. 58.103. 20, from Samuel, Porto Velho, Rondonia, Brazil (without further information), examined. Paratypes: 1 male ( IBSPAbout IBSP 4974 ref. 58.103.20) and 3 females ( IBSPAbout IBSP 4947 refs. 58.103 – 19, 58.803 and 57.803 – 25) from same locality, 9 February 1988, team of collectors of IBSPAbout IBSP, examined; C. sellatus: Bertani 2000: 30  –31 (misidentification).

Additional material examined: IBSPAbout IBSP 11032, Brazil, Rondonia, Monte Negro, 1 female, R. Bertani & P. I. Silva Junior, July 2002.

Diagnosis: Females can be distinguished from all species, except C. nogueira­netoi new species, by having a pattern on the abdomen with five clear stripes on each side ( Fig. 47View FIGURES 45 – 50). It can be distinguished from C. nogueira­netoi new species by having a spiral spermathecae with caliciform seminal receptacle ( Fig. 36View FIGURES 34 – 39). Males differ from C. ritae  and C. sellatus  by the absence of a retrolateral field of spiniform setae on the cymbium and from C. blenginii  and C. fasciatus  by the absence of spiniform setae on the retrolateral palpal tibia. From C. fernandoi  new species, it differs by having a smooth prolateral superior keel ( Figs 15, 16View FIGURES 11 – 20) and by the metatarsus I contacting the retrolateral side of the retrolateral branch of the tibial apophysis when folded ( Fig. 30View FIGURES 24 – 33). It can be distinguished from C. nogueira­netoi new species by the cephalothorax having a blackish area covering the cephalic region and a large part of thoracic region, as well as the abdominal color pattern having the anterior dark area entering the lighter central area ( Fig. 47View FIGURES 45 – 50). Males can be distinguished from other species by having a long paraembolic apophysis.

Distribution: Brazil: State of Rondonia ( Fig. 56View FIGURE 56).

IBSP

Instituto Biologico de Sao Paulo

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Theraphosidae

Genus

Cyriocosmus

Loc

Cyriocosmus chicoi Pérez­Miles, 1998

Fukushima, Caroline Sayuri, Bertani, Rogério & Jr, Pedro Ismael Da Silva 2005

2005
Loc

C. chicoi Pérez­Miles, 1998 : 97

Bertani 2000: 30Perez-Miles 1998: 97