Coelotes suthepicus Dankittipakul et al. 2005,

Wang, Xin-Ping, Griswold, Charles E. & Ubick, Darrell, 2009, On the pseudoterrestris species group of the spider genus Coelotes (Araneae, Amaurobiidae), Zootaxa 2313, pp. 1-34: 23-26

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Coelotes suthepicus Dankittipakul et al. 2005
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Coelotes suthepicus Dankittipakul et al. 2005 

Figs 109–127View FIGURES 109 – 112View FIGURES 113 – 117View FIGURES 118 – 123View FIGURES 124 – 127; 157

Coelotes suthepicus Dankittipakul, Chami-Kranon & Wang 2005: 4 View Cited Treatment   , figs 4–8 (male holotype and female holotypes, in MHNG, examined).

Material examined: Holotype. THAILAND: Chiang Mai: 3, Chiang Mai District, Doi Suthep-Pui National Park, Doi Suthep, N 18 ° 48 ' 26 ", E 98 ° 54 ' 58 ", San Ku, 1600 m, evengreen fill forest, flight intercept traps, November 8 –12, 2004, S. Sonthichai & T. Chami-Kranon ( MHNG).

Paratype. THAILAND: Chiang Mai: 3 Ƥ, same data as holotype, November 18, 2004, S. Sonthichai, T. Chami-Kranon & A. Hasalem ( MHNG).

Diagnosis: The male can be recognized by the RTA extending distally beyond distal tibia by about half of RTA length, the broad, short conductor and large, long conductor dorsal apophysis ( Figs 111–112View FIGURES 109 – 112). The female resembles C. pseudoterrestris  in having the anteriorly extending copulatory ducts, similarly structured atrium, and laterally arising epigynal teeth, but can be distinguished by the less longitudinally extending copulatory ducts, and epigynal teeth arising more or less at level between atrium and epigastric furrow ( Figs 109–110View FIGURES 109 – 112).

Description: Male (holotype): Large sized coelotine, total length 10.71 ( Fig. 118View FIGURES 118 – 123). Abdomen damaged. Median eyes subequal in size, slightly smaller than lateral eyes which are subequal; AME separated from each other by slightly less than their diameter, from ALE by about half of AME diameter; PME separated from each other by slightly more than their diameter, from PLE by about 1.5 times PME diameter ( Fig. 119View FIGURES 118 – 123). Promargin of chelicera with 3 teeth, retromargin 4. Labium longer than wide (L/W= 1.13) ( Fig. 120View FIGURES 118 – 123). Palpal patellar apophysis broad, distinctly extending and pointing distally; RTA slightly more than half of tibial length, distinctly protruding distally; lateral tibial apophysis broad, distinctly separated from RTA; cymbial furrow short, about 1 / 3 of cymbial length; conductor shorter than its apophysis, with a large dorsal apophysis, a small basal lamella; median apophysis broad, round, spoon-shaped; embolus short, filiform, originating prolaterally, with filiform part start from middle part of embolic base ( Figs 129–130View FIGURES 128 – 131, 133– 135View FIGURES 132 – 136).

Female (paratype): Medium sized coelotine, total length 9.08 ( Fig. 121View FIGURES 118 – 123). Median eyes subequal in size, slightly smaller than lateral eyes which are subequal; AME separated from each other by slightly less than their diameter, from ALE by slightly more than half of AME diameter; PME separated from each other by about or slightly more than their diameter, from PLE by about 1.5 times PME diameter ( Fig. 122View FIGURES 118 – 123). Promargin of chelicera with 3 teeth, retromargin 4. Labium longer than wide (L/W= 1.19) ( Fig. 123View FIGURES 118 – 123). Epigynal teeth short, arising laterally at level between anterior atrial margin and epigastric furrow, separated by more than atrial width; atrium small, with distinct, continuous anterior margin but indistinct lateral margins; copulatory ducts large, extending anteriorly, more or less round; spermathecae broad, with bases contiguous or slightly separated, anteriorly extending and slightly diverging; spermathecal heads short, indistinct, arising anteriorly ( Figs 109–110View FIGURES 109 – 112, 113– 114View FIGURES 113 – 117, 124– 127View FIGURES 124 – 127).

Distribution: Thailand (Chiang Mai) ( Fig. 157View FIGURES 157).

MHNG

Museum d'Histoire Naturelle

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Amaurobiidae

Genus

Coelotes

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Coelotes suthepicus Dankittipakul et al. 2005

Wang, Xin-Ping, Griswold, Charles E. & Ubick, Darrell 2009
2009
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Coelotes suthepicus

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