Stenoterommata pavesii , Indicatti, Rafael P., Chavari, João L., Zucatelli-Júnior, Maurílio, Lucas, Sylvia M. & Brescovit, Antonio D., 2017

Indicatti, Rafael P., Chavari, João L., Zucatelli-Júnior, Maurílio, Lucas, Sylvia M. & Brescovit, Antonio D., 2017, Six new species of silk-lined burrow spider genus Stenoterommata Holmberg, 1881 (Araneae, Nemesiidae) from southern Brazil, Zootaxa 4254 (4), pp. 435-456: 437-442

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Stenoterommata pavesii
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sp. nov.

Stenoterommata pavesii  sp. nov.

( Figs 1, 2View FIGURES 1 – 6, 7–11View FIGURES 7 – 16, 17–40View FIGURES 17 – 28View FIGURES 29 – 40)

Types. Male holotype from Parque Nacional da Serra do Itajaí, Setor Nascentes, ca. 350 m asl, 27°03’13.49’’S, 49°05’09.22’’W, Blumenau , Santa Catarina, Brazil, 27.vi–07.vii.2014, R.P. Indicatti & B. Gambaré coll., IBSPAbout IBSP 166231View MaterialsGoogleMaps  . Paratypes: same data as holotype, 14–20.i.2013, 3 females ( IBSPAbout IBSP 166059View Materials; 166060; MCNAbout MCN 49773View Materials); Pousada Rio da Prata, Trilha Fria, 210 m asl, 27°01’47,97’’S, 49°05’38,73’’W, Nova Russia, Blumenau , Santa CatarinaGoogleMaps  , Brazil, 6–10.vii.2009, R.P. Indicatti & B. Gambaré coll., 1 female ( IBSPAbout IBSP 166061View Materials); Área de Relevante Interesse Ecológico do Salto, ca  . 100 m asl, 26°53’14.4’’S, 49°06’10.6’’W, Blumenau, Santa Catarina, Brazil, 16.vii.2016, pitfall traps, B.G. Alves coll., 1 male ( FURBAbout FURB CH810); Parque Natural Municipal Bromberg , caGoogleMaps  . 150 m asl, 26°53’35.6’’S, 49°06’38.8’’W, Blumenau , Santa CatarinaGoogleMaps  , Brazil, 16.iv.2016, pitfall traps, B.G. Alves coll., 1 male ( FURBAbout FURB CH797); Parque Unipraias, Morro da Aguada, 240 m asl, 27°00’08.39’’S, 48°35’49.66’’W, Balneário Camboriú , Santa CatarinaGoogleMaps  , Brazil, vi.2009  – v.2010, pitfall traps, M. Zucatelli Jr. coll., 2 males (IBSP 166063; 166064); 1 female (IBSP 166065); 5 males ( FURBAbout FURB CH 689; MCNAbout MCN 49772View Materials; MCTPAbout MCTP 37542View Materials; MNRJAbout MNRJ 6995View Materials; MZSPAbout MZSP 66207View Materials)  ; 24–27.viii.2014, R.P. Indicatti, J.L. Chavari, M. Zucatelli Jr. & Y. Lemos coll., 1 female (IBSP 166217).

Additional material examined. BRAZIL, Santa Catarina: Blumenau (Parque Nacional da Serra do Itajaí, Setor Nascentes , ca. 350 m asl, 27°03’13.49’’S, 49°05’09.22’’W), 14–20.i.2013, R.P. Indicatti & B. Gambaré coll., 1 female ( IBSPAbout IBSP 166062View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 27.vi–07.vii.2014, R.P. Indicatti & B. Gambaré coll., 2 females ( IBSPAbout IBSP 166229View Materials; 166230); ( Parque Natural Municipal Bromberg , ca. 150 m asl, 26°53’35.6’’S, 49°06’38.8’’W)GoogleMaps  , 16.iv.2016, pitfall traps, B.G. Alves coll., 1 male ( FURBAbout FURB CH 796)  ; 16.vii.2016, 1 male ( FURBAbout FURB CH 1179); ( Parque Natural Municipal São Francisco de Assis , ca. 50 m asl, 26°55’15.7’’S, 49°04’32.0’’W)GoogleMaps  , 15.iv.2016, pitfall traps, B.G. Alves coll., 1 male ( FURBAbout FURB CH 1175); Balneário Camboriú (Morro da Aguada, Parque Unipraias , 240 m asl, 27°00’08.39’’S, 48°35’49.66’’W)GoogleMaps  , vi.2009 – v.2010, pitfall traps, M. Zucatelli Jr. coll., 15 males, 2 juveniles (IBSP 166066–166077); 24–27.viii.2014, R.P. Indicatti, J.L. Chavari, M. Zucatelli Jr. & Y. Lemos coll., 3 females (IBSP 166216; 166218; 166222).

Diagnosis. Males of Stenoterommata pavesii  sp. nov. differ from those other congeners by the male palpal bulb with wider and ventrally curved embolus ( Figs 7, 9View FIGURES 7 – 16). Females resemble those of S. uruguai Goloboff, 1995  , S. quena Goloboff, 1995  , S. arnolisei Indicatti et al., 2008  , S. grimpa Indicatti et al., 2008  and S. gugai  sp. nov. by the spermathecae with wider basal dome ( Fig. 10View FIGURES 7 – 16). It can be distinguished from the abovementioned species by the triangular basal dome in frontal view ( Fig. 11View FIGURES 7 – 16) and shorter ducts of the receptacula ( Fig. 10View FIGURES 7 – 16).

Etymology. The specific name is a patronym in honor of Mário Pavesi, who has worked towards the conservation of the Parque Nacional da Serra do Itajaí in the Nova Russia region, Blumenau, state of Santa Catarina, Brazil.

Description. Male (holotype). Color pattern in ethanol: carapace and femora I–IV brown, patellae–tarsi yellowish brown. Body with light pubescence ( Fig. 24View FIGURES 17 – 28), covered with golden setae. Abdomen dorsally brownish yellow with brown mottling forming discrete chevron and ventrally yellowish-brown, with two small posterior lateral spots. Total length 12.82. Carapace 5.92 long, 4.51 wide, with short and procurved fovea ( Fig. 27View FIGURES 17 – 28). Abdomen 5.40 long, 3.32 wide. Thoracic region slightly raised. Clypeus narrow, 0.10 ( Fig. 25View FIGURES 17 – 28). Eye tubercle weakly elevated, wider than long. Anterior eye row slightly procurved, posterior recurved ( Figs 24, 25View FIGURES 17 – 28). Eye sizes: AME 0.32, ALE 0.34, PME 0.22 and PLE 0.24. Chelicerae with eight teeth in prolateral row, with ca. 30 basal smaller teeth and rastellum weak, formed by long thin setae ( Fig. 29View FIGURES 29 – 40). Intercheliceral tumescence small, pale yellow, covered with few setae ( Figs 26, 27View FIGURES 17 – 28). Labium 0.45 long, 1.02 wide, with no cuspules. Maxillae with ca. 70 pointed and elongated cuspules ( Figs 29, 30View FIGURES 29 – 40) on internal basal angle. Serrula developed ( Fig. 28View FIGURES 17 – 28). Sternum oval 3.12 long, 2.41 wide. Sternal sigilla small, granulate, marginal: anterior and median rounded, posterior ovalelongated, three times size of anterior, away from margin by ca. 1/3 length ( Fig. 31View FIGURES 29 – 40). Palp: measurements: femur 2.69/ patella 1.10/ tibia 2.12/ cymbium 0.80/ total 6.71; spination: femur d0-0-0-1-1p-2-1, tibia r1ap. Legs: measurements: I: femur 5.01/ patella

2.59/ tibia 3.70/ metatarsus 3.52/ tarsus 3.00/ total 17.82; II: 4.22/ 2.20/ 3.31/ 3.30/ 2.93/ 15.96; III: 4.22/ 2.29/ 3.20/ 4.12/ 2.60/ 16.43; IV: 5.49/ 2.31/ 4.70/ 6.12/ 2.92/ 21.54; spination: I: femur d1-1-1r-1-2-2-0, patella p0-0-1, tibia v0-1r-0-1r-1-0-(1r megaspine, Fig. 32View FIGURES 29 – 40), p0-1p-0-1p-0, metatarsus v2 ap, p0-1-0-1; II: femur d0-1-2-0-2-1p-1r, patella p0-0-1, tibia v1 p-1r-0-1r-0-3ap, p0-1-0-1-0, metatarsus d0-0-1p-0, v0-0-1r-1r-1-0-2ap, p0-1p-0-1p-0-1p, r0- 0-1-0; III: femur d0-1-1-0-1-1r-1r-1p-0, patella p0-1-1-1-0, r0-1-0, tibia d0-0-1, v2 -0-1r-0-2ap, p0-1-0-1-0, r0-1-0- 1-0, metatarsus d1r-0-1p-0-1p-0-0-2, v0-2-0-1r-1p-1ap, p0-1r-0-1r-0-1, r0-1-0-1-0-1; IV: femur d0-1-1-0-1-1r-1r- 1p-0, patella r0-0-1, tibia v4 -0-2-0-0-3ap, p0-1-0-1-0, r0-1s-0-1-0, metatarsus d0-1r-0-1p-0-0-0-1p-2, v0-1p-1r-0- 0-1p-1r-1p-1ap, r0-1-1-1-0-1-0. Metatarsal preening combs: II: 4VP thin setae; III: 4VP, 3VR; IV: 5VP, 4VR. Tarsi I–IV flexible. Scopulae on tarsi I, II dense ( Figs 35–37View FIGURES 29 – 40, tarsus I) and symmetric, III, IV light. Scopula on tarsi I undivided, II–IV divided by thin setae: II by one row, III by four rows and IV by six rows. Scopulae on 1/5 of metatarsi I, II divided by five rows of setae, III, IV absent. STCAbout STC large with double row of teeth ( Fig. 37View FIGURES 29 – 40): I: 9 in each row; II and IV: 10 in each row; III: 8, 9, 9, 8. ITCAbout ITC on tarsus IV. Trichobothria with rounded, elevated bases with ca. 25 ridges ( Fig. 34View FIGURES 29 – 40). Tarsal organ oval, slightly elevated with 4–5 concentric ridges ( Fig. 33View FIGURES 29 – 40). Four spinnerets: PLS: basal segment 1.26, median segment 0.84, apical segment triangular 0.48 long ( Fig. 38View FIGURES 29 – 40); PMSAbout PMS with pumpkiniform spigots ( Fig. 39View FIGURES 29 – 40); PLS with dense and enlarged pumpkiniform spigots along inner edge on all segments ( Fig. 40View FIGURES 29 – 40).

Palp: cymbium with thin setae, resembling tarsal scopulae setae; tibia long, narrow ( Figs 7, 9View FIGURES 7 – 16) and with shallow ventral excavation ( Figs 7, 9View FIGURES 7 – 16, 20View FIGURES 17 – 28); tibial excavation ( Fig. 23View FIGURES 17 – 28) and basal region of tegulum ( Figs 17, 20View FIGURES 17 – 28) with grooves, suggesting possible stridulatory apparatus; bulb piriform with six parallel keels ( Figs 8View FIGURES 7 – 16, 19, 21, 22View FIGURES 17 – 28).

Female (paratype IBSPAbout IBSP 166059). Color pattern and pubescence in ethanol, as in male. In living specimen: carapace and femora I–IV dark-brown ( Figs 1, 2View FIGURES 1 – 6). Total length 18.89. Carapace 7.19 long, 5.19 wide, with short and procurved fovea ( Fig. 1View FIGURES 1 – 6). Abdomen 8.11 long, 4.09 wide. Thoracic region slightly raised. Clypeus narrow, 0.25 ( Fig. 1View FIGURES 1 – 6). Eye tubercle weakly elevated, wider than long. Anterior eye row procurved, posterior recurved. Eye sizes: AME 0.32, ALE 0.36, PME 0.24 and PLE 0.35. Chelicerae with eight teeth in prolateral row, with ca. 30 basal smaller teeth and rastellum weak, formed by long thin setae. Labium 0.80 long, 1.42 wide, with no cuspules. Maxillae with 90 blunt cuspules on internal basal angle. Serrula absent. Sternum oval 3.81 long, 3.40 wide. Sternal sigilla as in male. Palp: measurements: femur 4.12/ patella 2.31/ tibia 2.49/ tarsus 2.10/ total 11.03; spination: tibia v2 -0-3-4ap, p0-1-0, r0-0-1ap. Legs: measurements: I: femur 5.39/ patella 3.50/ tibia 3.80/ metatarsus 3.02/ tarsus 2.52/ total 18.24; II: 4.10/ 3.00/ 3.01/ 2.72/ 2.10/ 14.93; III: 4.10/ 2.60/ 2.51/ 3.22/ 2.01/ 14.44; IV: 6.02/ 3.20/ 4.51/ 5.02/ 2.51/ 21.26; spination: I: metatarsus v0-1-0-2ap; II: tibia p0-0-1-0, metatarsus v0-1-1-0, p0-1-0; III: patella p0-1-1-1-0, r0-1-0, tibia d0-0-1-0, v0-0-2ap, p0-1-1-0, r0-1-0, metatarsus d0-1-2-2-2, v0-2-2-1p-3ap, p1-1-1, r0-0- 1; IV: femur patella r0-1-0, tibia v0-0-2ap, r0-1-0-1-0, metatarsus d0-2-0-2-0-2, v0-2-0-2-3ap, p0-1-0-1-0-1-0, r0- 1-0-1-0. Metatarsal preening combs: II: 3VP, 6VR; III: 10VP, 10VR; IV: 4VP, VR5. Tarsi I–IV not flexible, rigid. Scopulae on tarsi I, II dense and symmetric, III, IV light. Scopulae on tarsi I undivided, II–IV divided by thicker setae: II by four rows, III and IV by 10 rows. Scopulae on 3/4 of metatarsi I, II divided by thicker setae: I by two rows, II by five rows. Scopulae on metatarsi III, IV absent. STCAbout STC large with double row of teeth: I–III: 4–5; IV: 4, 4, 6, 4. ITCAbout ITC on tarsus IV. Palpal claw with four teeth on promargin. Trichobothria and tarsal organ as in male. Four spinnerets, PLS: basal segment 1.52, median segment 1.10, apical segment triangular 0.62 long ( Fig. 1View FIGURES 1 – 6). Spigots as in male. Spermathecae with 2–3 receptacula on each side ( Figs 10, 11View FIGURES 7 – 16).

Variation. Males (n=12): total length 12.35–14.34; carapace 5.11–6.34 long; maxillae with 67–78 cuspules. Females (n=7): total length 15.30–18.89; carapace 5.80–5.91 long; maxillae with 80–107 cuspules.

Distribution. Southern Brazil, state of Santa Catarina.

IBSP

Instituto Biologico de Sao Paulo

MCN

McNeese State University

FURB

Universidade Regional de Blumenau

MCTP

Museu de Ciencias

MNRJ

Museu Nacional/Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro

MZSP

Sao Paulo, Museu de Zoologia da Universidade de Sao Paulo

STC

Sichuan Teacher's College

ITC

International Transit Centre

PMS

Prirodonamen Muzej Skopje