Cebrennus kochi ( O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1872 ),

Jäger, Peter, 2014, Cebrennus Simon, 1880 (Araneae: Sparassidae): a revisionary up-date with the description of four new species and an updated identification key for all species, Zootaxa 3790 (2), pp. 319-356: 322

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Cebrennus kochi ( O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1872 )
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Cebrennus kochi ( O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1872) 

Figs 1 –6View FIGURES 1 – 11. 1 – 6, 88– 91View FIGURES 88 – 100, 173View FIGURE 173

Heteropoda kochii O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1872: 312  , pl. 14, fig. 13 (description of male and female; syntypes from Jerusalem, Israel, HECO B. 1416, not examined).

Cebrenis kochi Simon 1874: 266  , pl. 5, fig. 2 (redescription of female, transfer to Cebrenis  ).

Cebrennus kochi Simon 1880: 332  (transfer to Cebrennus  ). Fage 1921: 163, figs 2 a –c (illustration of male and female); Levy 1989: 155, figs 84–93 (illustration of male and female); Jäger 2000: 171, figs 17–21 (illustration of male and female).

Material examined. SYRIA: Rif Dimashq: 3 males (PJ 3392–3394), Golan, vicinity Camp Fauar, June 1981, K. Kallenberger leg. + ded. ( NHMW). ISRAEL: Northern District: 1 female (PJ 3402, SD 391), Golan, Lake of Galilee, olive orchard, N 32 ° 52 ' 47 ", W 35 ° 33 '01", [165 m elev.], 12 September 2011 ( SMF). Central District: 1 male (PJ 3409, SD 394), Geulim [32 ° 17 ' 47.35 "N, 34 ° 56 ' 37.90 "E, 63 m elev.], at home, Ron Keren leg. 1 April 2012 ( TAUZM Ar 50318). Tel Aviv: 1 male (PJ 3401), Jaffa ( SMF 5570). Southern District: 1 female (PJ 3400), Negev desert, between Beer Sheva and Mitzpe Ramon, Sede Boqer, Milan Rezac leg. 6–29 May 2003 ( SMF).

Diagnosis. Small to medium-sized Sparassinae, body length of males: 8.2 –13.0, females: 14.3–19.6. Males and females see Jäger (2000).

Description. See Levy (1989). Some additional characters are given here for 1 female (PJ 3400): AME 0.41, ALE 0.33, PME 0.26, PLE 0.26, AME –AME 0.25, AME –ALE 0.38, PME –PME 0.51, PME –PLE 1.25, AME –PME 0.40, ALE –PLE 0.93, clypeus AME 0.23, clypeus ALE 0.25. Spination: Palp: 0 20, 0 0 0, 1000, 1000; legs: femur I –II 323, III 322 (1), IV 321; patella 000; tibia I 202 (3) 4, III –IV 2024; metatarsus I, III 2024, II 202 (1) 4, IV 3036. Ventral metatarsi I –IV with scopula in distal half, without spines or bristles distally. Palpal claw with ca. 10 teeth.

Variation. Males (n= 5): PL 4.9–6.4, PW 4.3 –6.0, AW 3.1–4.2, OL 5.3–6.9, OW 3.8 –5.0; chelicerae with 2 anterior and 4–6 adnate posterior teeth. Females (n= 1): PL 6.0, PW 4.9, AW 3.9, OL 5.1, OW 3.7; chelicerae with 2 anterior and 5 / 6 adnate posterior teeth. Females show a strong variation in the shape of epigynal field, median septum as well as the anterior membranous parts (atria) of the internal duct system ( Figs 1–6View FIGURES 1 – 11. 1 – 6).

Distribution. Syria, Israel ( Fig. 173View FIGURE 173).

NHMW

Naturhistorisches Museum, Wien

SMF

Forschungsinstitut und Natur-Museum Senckenberg

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Sparassidae

Genus

Cebrennus

Loc

Cebrennus kochi ( O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1872 )

Jäger, Peter 2014
2014
Loc

Cebrennus kochi

Jager 2000: 171
Levy 1989: 155
Fage 1921: 163
Simon 1880: 332
1921
Loc

Heteropoda kochii

Pickard-Cambridge 1872: 312
Loc

Cebrenis kochi

Simon 1874: 266