Halodromus, Muster, 2009

Muster, Christoph, 2009, The Ebo-like running crab spiders in the Old World (Araneae, Philodromidae), ZooKeys 16 (16), pp. 47-73: 57-58

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.3897/zookeys.16.230

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:6B4079A5-659D-490D-84E7-A4AF071EF091

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3792042

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/641387CF-BC3B-914F-DEBE-8114B300FE04

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Plazi

scientific name

Halodromus
status

 

Key to the Halodromus   species

1 Males ......................................................................................................... 2

– Females...................................................................................................... 6

2 Patellar apophysis longer than tibia of male palp, PTA laminate, projecting beyond retrolateral margin of tibia ( Figs 33-34 View Figures 33-36 )..................... H. patellidens  

– Patellar apophysis not longer than ¾ the length of tibia of male palp, PTA hooked, not projecting beyond retrolateral margin of tibia (e.g. Fig. 17 View Figures 17-20 ).... 3

3 Embolus with distinct prolateral bulge at basis of distal embolus ( Figs 21 View Figures 21-24 , 25 View Figures 25-28 , 29 View Figures 29-32 ), RTA a wide, rounded projection......................................................... 4

– Embolus without distinct prolateral bulge at basis of distal embolus, RTA reduced to a small hump ( Figs 17-18 View Figures 17-20 )............................. H. barbarae   sp. n.

4 Distal embolus stout, curved to retrolateral side, PTA narrow ( Figs 1 View Figures 1-6. 1, 4 , 29-30 View Figures 29-32 ) ................................................................................................ H. patellaris  

– Distal embolus a thin spur, PTA large ( Figs 21 View Figures 21-24 , 25 View Figures 25-28 ) ................................... 5

5 Patellar apophysis with distinct bulge at base of ventral margin ( Figs 21-22 View Figures 21-24 ) ....................................................................................... H. deltshevi   sp. n.

– Patellar apophysis at ventral margin only with inconspicuous groove ( Figs 25-26 View Figures 25-28 ) ............................................................................ H. gershomi   sp. n.

6 Median septum with parallel margins ( Figs 19 View Figures 17-20 , 31 View Figures 29-32 ).................................... 7

– Median septum triangular ( Figs 23 View Figures 21-24 , 27 View Figures 25-28 , 35 View Figures 33-36 ) ............................................... 8

7 Epigyne longer than wide, glandular heads in lateral-distal position at receptacula ( Figs 19-20 View Figures 17-20 ) .......................................................... H. barbarae   sp. n.

– Epigyne wider than long, glandular heads in mid-distal position at receptacula ( Figs 31-32 View Figures 29-32 ) ................................................................... H. patellaris  

8 Epigyne without grooves, anterior guide pockets covered by receptacula in dorsal view ( Figs 35-36 View Figures 33-36 )......................................................... H. patellidens  

– Epigyne with extended grooves, anterior guide pockets visible in dorsal view ( Figs 23 View Figures 21-24 , 27 View Figures 25-28 ) .............................................................................................. 9

9 Epigyne longer than wide, epigynal sutures sigmoid ( Fig. 23 View Figures 21-24 ) ...................... ....................................................................................... H. deltshevi   sp. n.

– Epigyne wider than long, epigynal sutures straight ( Fig. 27 View Figures 25-28 ) ...................... ....................................................................................... H. gershomi   sp. n.