Striamea magna Raven, 1981

Passanha, Victor & Brescovit, Antonio D., 2018, On the Neotropical spider Subfamily Masteriinae (Araneae, Dipluridae), Zootaxa 4463 (1), pp. 1-73: 61-62

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Striamea magna Raven, 1981
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Striamea magna Raven, 1981 

( Figs 38View FIGURE 38, 39View FIGURE 39)

Striamea magna Raven, 1981: 61  , figs 8–12, 24.

Type. COLOMBIA. ♀ holotype, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta (11°14’10”N; 74°12’6”W), Sierra Cinai, Magdalena, 26.IV.1975, J. A. Kochalka leg. deposited in AMNH, examined).GoogleMaps 

Diagnosis. Females of Striamea magna  differ from those of S. gertschi  in being 2–3 times larger and they have a rounded and voluminous spermathecae with inconspicuous duct ( Fig. 38BView FIGURE 38). Males are unknown.

Redescription. Female Holotype. Color: Chelicerae dark brown. Carapace with 6–7 spotted streaks, dark brown, interleaved with 6–7 spotted streaks light brown, abdomen in dorsal view brown, without ornamentation. Carapace and abdomen in ventral view brown. Total length 8.98. Carapace 3.38 long, 3.32 wide. Abdomen 5.60 long. Fovea 0.15. Clypeus 0.09. Ocular tubercle 0.47 long, 0.66 wide. Eyes: eight, posterior row strongly recurved ( Fig. 38AView FIGURE 38). AME 0.06, ALE 0.25, PME 0.14, PLE 0.25. Basal segment of chelicerae with 8 big teeth prolaterally and 10 smaller mesobasal teeth, with 4 smaller teeth. Labium 0.40 long, 0.83 wide. Sternum 1.75 wide, 2.18 long. Palp: femur 2.20/ patella 1.20/ tibia 1.64/ tarsus 1.52/ total 6.56; Legs I: femur 3.40/ patella 1.88/ tibia 2.80/ metatarsus 2.52/ tarsus 1.62/ total 12.22; II: 3.00/ 1.60/ 1.92/ 2.00/ 1.32/ 9.84; III: 2.72/ 1.48/ 1.88/ 2.16/ 1.20/ 9.44; IV: 3.52/ 1.72/ 3.04/ 2.96/ 1.40/ 12.64; Leg formula 4123. Spination: see Raven 1981. Palpal claw with 14 teeth. Spermathecae unilobed, dome-shaped. Glandular region little evident ( Fig. 38BView FIGURE 38). PLS: basal, medial and apical, 1.32, 0.84, 1.08 long.

Distribution. Known only from type locality in Colombia ( Fig. 39View FIGURE 39).

AMNH

American Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Dipluridae

Genus

Striamea

Loc

Striamea magna Raven, 1981

Passanha, Victor & Brescovit, Antonio D. 2018
2018
Loc

Striamea magna

Raven, 1981 : 61